A new way of making this tool wonderful!
“I have watched several of your TED talks and I have loved learning from you. In my role as an Employee Development Specialist I have the opportunity to use what I’ve learned from you often and to share it with others. Thank you for what you’ve taught me.“
Employee Development Specialist at doTERRA International LLC
Today’s most relevant keynote? 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.
PowerPoint isn’t only about designing and creating slides, however important that is, which it very much is. An equally and sometimes even more important part is the way your PowerPoint presentation is delivered.
Done incorrectly, you can easily send even the most enthusiastic of audiences into a snoozing coma, irrespective of the outstanding brilliance of your slide design.
Done correctly, you can gain and maintain close attention and energy levels throughout your presentation. So you can start enjoying a PowerPoint again
In every presentation you deliver, you are sending a signal. At the same time, you are sending out noise. The more noise you have in your “presentation”, the harder it is for the audience to pick up on your message and receive a clear signal from you.
Learn how the brain can cope with this and also how you can create magical presentations that are well adapted for the brain to cope with. This is all for your audience to take in.
To give you an idea, about three decades ago, PowerPoint was invented and introduced to humanity. Slowly, a misunderstanding started to spread across the presentation world. From the beginning, we misunderstood PowerPoint for what it was supposed to help us with.
It turned out to be used as a document, not a presentation tool.
Learn the skills to optimize that and how you will become the presentation once again and claim the throne, that is so rightfully yours.
With a seldom seen depth of knowledge and passion for his subject, David Phillips has become the leading Swedish figurehead in the art of making presentations. He is the founder and owner of Sweden's largest resource on the subject: Presentationsteknik.com. He is also author of the ground-breaking book "How To Avoid Death By PowerPoint" published in more than 30 countries.
Then join in on a fun, creative and inspiring keynote that will exemplify and interspersed with tips and advice. When the keynote is over you as a participant will be guaranteed to never see PowerPoint in the same way again,
and you will know exactly what to do with it.
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Duration : 30-120 minutes
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