Whether you’re a CxO, manager or educator, you probably create a lot presentations that have a high potential impact. The internet is full of tips and tricks and, if something goes wrong, our dear friend PowerPoint is typically blamed .
However when a presentation is developed (and delivered) spot on, it is one of the most powerful communication tools . You can keep on blaming the software, but in reality it’s our responsibility to tell the story.
Once you understand how to create a visual storyboard connecting directly with the audience, you will be able to deliver presentations that focus on the presenter and the ideas and concepts you want to convey.
I will not repeat a set of tips and guidelines nor will I explain how to present your story. Others have been writing already a lot about it, and it is your story, nobody else’s.
I just wanted to give you access to one of my recent templates with tons of examples (102 slides) so you can stop blaming the tool and focus on the story
The slides are aimed at reinforcing the content visually rather than create additional distraction. The content is purely fictional but should give you a wealth of example slides to chose from.