PowerPoint for online presentations are a crucial part of the package
We’ve all heard of death by PowerPoint and we almost got used to presenting without slides. But, that all just changed with the move to online presentations and webinars. Now PowerPoint presentations are a crucial part of the package.
Your audiences will be focussing on the PowerPoint slides because you, glorious you, are not standing in front of them with all your fantastic stage presence.
And you need to have a full story version of your presentation for attendees and those people who couldn’t make the webinar.
- Structure of a PowerPoint deck (titles, key messages, images)
- Content – how to write engaging content for presentations
- Key messages – how to write bullet points, describe trends, key data
- PowerPoint feature – SmartArt, tables, diagrams, images
- How to use slides in your presentation – coordinating with your speech
We will discuss and practise activities that can make your PowerPoint deck work better for your online presentation.
This PowerPoint training is for staff at EU trade associations, foundations, corporate public affairs and regional offices who have to animate events, seminars and meetings with their members as well as policy makers in the EU institutions.
What to expect in the training
The most useful practice task is to see what we can jointly change in your own PowerPoint presentations and then how that works online.
Format – Online and in class
In-class: We bring people together in groups at your office or training centre.
Webinars and online coaching: We run webinars for groups and online follow up coaching for individuals.
Online learning: We provide learners with online reading materials, tasks and cheat sheets.
Follow up training
We can tailor a programme to include Presentation Skills or Teleconference Meetings. Our clients often ask for follow up training in Advanced Writing skills so that staff are well practised in developing both spoken and written messages.
For more details and a quote please contact us
Tel: +32 (0)473 39 18 90 or at firstname.lastname@example.org