How to make a good powerpoint presentation!

How to make a good powerpoint presentation! Avatar Posted by Berndgeropp under Self-Development
From http://www.more-leadership.com 1798 days ago
Made Hot by: Kidzbiz on November 14, 2012 6:04 am
Precisely at this moment, more than a million presentations are made world-wide – and more than half of these are painfully poor and mind-numbingly boring.

How can you make sure that your presentation does not suck? What makes a presentation exciting, inspiring and worth remembering?





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Written by tcamba
1794 days ago

Thank you for sharing the "Do's and Don'ts " of Powerpoint Presentation. I know I can create a very impressive and professional one in my next presentation. BTW, I think humor is one powerful tool too. I have watched many presentations before , and I confessed the topics and contents were real yawners , but the presenters had adroitly injected humor during the presentations that they easily got the audience undivided attention.



Written by Berndgeropp
1793 days ago

Yes, humor is great if you want to bring your message over. You just need to take care, that your humor fits to your audience. Thanks for commenting!



Written by bigmoneyweb
1797 days ago

Thanks :)



Written by bigmoneyweb
1798 days ago

The most common issue with creating a great powerpoint presentation is the ability to get above the detail and into the minds of your target audience. Ask the questions you potential audience will ask in a story board style format. Thanks for sharing!



Written by Berndgeropp
1798 days ago

Valentine, Thanks for your comment.

Yep, getting above the details is crucial. That's why I think it is important to have no more than 3 key messages in your presentation.

Bernd



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