Death by Powerpoint

With close to 2 million views on YouTube

Today’s most relevant seminar? This could very well be the case. According to Swedish studies PowerPoint is used in 92% of all presentations. 81% of these presentations were deemed “terrible” by the employees. But why is that and what is it that makes them so terrible? PowerPoint is one of the absolute best visual aids, but only when used correctly.

For two hours, we will take you on an entertaining and fascinating journey of Cognitive Science, Neurology and Psychology on how to make a PowerPoint brilliant.

Fun, creative and inspiring presentations are exemplified and interspersed with tips and advice. When the seminar is over the participants are guaranteed to never see PowerPoint in the same way again, and they will know exactly what to do with it.

How to use PowerPoint effectively
Other visual aids
Design tips for a clearer message

Let's create better presentations together

What previous students say

"Am extremely happy I got the opportunity to take part in this course. The development during these 2 days was much greater than I would’ve ever hoped for. What bugs me is only that I didn’t find this course earlier in my career life! Step 2 is already booked and I really look forward to continue on the journey I’ve just started."

Marcus Alsing
"Awesome course! I usually deliver many presentations. David gave me many great and new angles I will have GREAT use of! Recommended for both beginners and experiences people!"

Staffan Beckett
"David is a brilliant trainer in the art of presentations. These days give you a lot of very good tools to improve your techniques and is really suitable for speakers at all levels. I am inspired to ensure I integrate all aspects and techniques and constantly improve my way of presenting and communicating in general. I work as a Business Unit Director within Pharma. Highly recommended for everyone!"

Carl-Gustav Fabiansson
"When I entered the course I was actually a little afraid for the challenges I would be exposed to. When I left I wanted to be exposed to challenges! To me this was a turning point in my life regarding my fear of presenting in front of groups. Through small means we were taught how to create big changes in our presentations. I felt very safe with David and the course is well organized and thought through. We laughed a lot and I can probably speak for all participants that we left the course full of energy and with tons of knowledge about how we function as individuals."

Camilla Åström
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