PowerPoint: to me, to you
Making you and your slides the ultimate double act
You know how to speak to the back of the room. You can keep your head when your hands start to shake. But, dammit, your PowerPoint presentations are still bloody boring.
It’s not you. But it probably is your content.
Who’s it for?
Anyone and everyone who wants to do more than ‘say what they see’. It’ll be most useful for people who already know how to present, and would like a helping hand with their content.
What’s it about?
This course will show you how to make friends with the words on your screen. How to stop fighting with your slides. How to turn impenetrable data into something engaging. And how to build a presentation that doesn’t make your audience long for an early death.
What does it cover?
- The planning.
- Culling content.
- Making it memorable.
What doesn’t it cover?
- Anything techie.
- Projection and presenting techniques.
What will I get out of it?
At the end of the course, you’ll be able to:
- get and keep people’s attention
- make your PowerPoint memorable
- present dry data in a more interesting way
- stop using your slides like crutches
- not just ‘say what you see’.
How long is it?
How do I book?
If you’d like us to run a workshop for your team, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call in the UK on +44 (0) 20 7940 7540, or call us in the US on + 1 646 517 2988. It costs £2,500 in the UK and $4000 in the US. We highly recommend workshops of no more than 12 people.