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How To Make Better PowerPoint Slides (5-Part Series)
March 9, 2022 @ 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
An event every day that begins at 12:30 PM, repeating until March 11, 2022
Presentation specialist Heather Legge will share tips and tricks that many seasoned presenters and PowerPoint® users don’t know. You will learn time-saving techniques and visual design principles that will have participants saying “Wow!”
Old-fashioned presentation slides filled with bullet points do not work in 2022. You need to change your approach to engage your audience.
As a confident presenter with a well-designed format, you can command attention. Excellent slides will allow you to use subtle persuasion to report information, share a vision, facilitate collaboration, or make a sales pitch. Join me for this 1 hour class + 15min Q&A every day from March 7- March 11th.
- Affirm why some presentations are more engaging than others
- Teach you how to format a winning presentation
- Provide PowerPoint® tips and tricks that will save you time
[5-Part Series] How To Make Better PowerPoint® Slides
Webinar 1: How To Make A Better PowerPoint®
- Creating a new slideshow
- Familiarity with the ribbon and menus
- Need-to-know features for impactful presentations
Webinar 2: PowerPoint® In 2022: Design Best Practices
- Principles of visual design
- Selecting effective design elements in PowerPoint
- Delivery techniques
- Font guidelines
- Use of colors
Webinar 4: PowerPoint® In 2022: Image Best Practices
- Dos and don’ts of pictures
- Shapes, icons, and silhouettes
- Video guidelines
- Sourcing images
- Alternatives to bullet points
Who Should Attend?
Everyone who creates and gives presentations.
- Certified executive coach and keynote speaker
- Founder of Envision Success Inc.
- Author of Lead With Moxie
- Senior Training Specialist for InterAction Training
- Worked with hundreds of leaders in organizations of all sizes
- Spent over 15 years in multiple industries transforming organizational performance through business analysis, project management, training, and employee development
- Master’s degree in business administration