QUARTERLY BOOST: Foundational PowerPoint Skills for Effective Training Presentations
This training session is perfect for trainers and other presenters who are using PowerPoint but want to feel more comfortable creating their own professional slideshows, learn a few tricks to wow audiences, and take advantage of features that will save time struggling to get things working just right.
(Even if you’ve been using PowerPoint for years, you could be missing some features, tips and tricks to save time creating presentations.)
In this 90 minute, play-along workshop, Heather Legge will walk you through using PowerPoint to learn:
1. Common PowerPoint mistakes many seasoned pros make and how to avoid them
2. Easy and engaging alternatives to boring bullet points
3. Theme set-up best practices for consistency and effortless updates
4. Slide animation dos and don’ts
5. How to create your own reusable presentation templates
Be ready to work in PowerPoint during the workshop if you like, and receive a recording to go through it again as needed. Includes PowerPoint Basics worksheet download.
Join us on February 5th from 10:00-11:30 AM CT. Keep an eye on your email closer to February 5th for the link to join.
Note: This workshop is designed for users of Microsoft Office 365 PowerPoint, but most features are available in recent PowerPoint versions.
Who should attend?
Trainers and other presenters seeking better results in less time
*Quarterly Boost Webinars are offered quarterly. Quarterly Boost is free for those with Individual Memberships and Corporate Memberships. Webinar is open to everyone.
About the Speaker
Heather Legge is a training specialist and certified executive coach, founder of Envision Success Inc, and author of Lead With Moxie.
Since starting her consulting career in 2006, Heather has worked with hundreds of leaders in all sizes of organizations (including First National Bank, Salvation Army, Mass Mutual, Metro FCU, Cresa, Wells Fargo, CSG, State Farm, Keller Williams, Fidelity, Farmers Insurance, YMCA, Centris FCU, WIFS etc.). Previously, she earned her master’s in business administration and spent over 15 years in multiple industries transforming organizational performance through business analysis, project management, training and employee development.
Heather is also a recovering perfectionist, data nerd, occasional runner, red wine lover, and scuba diver. She is passionate about making a positive impact in her local community and far beyond. She is always engaged in several networking, professional, and philanthropic groups.