The step-by-step approach for designing presentations of complex or controversial information in ways that drive people to action.
Explore the Ten Steps to Presentation Impact
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Who is your (most important) audience?
Set specific objectives for what you want your audience to think and do differently after your presentation
Identify a problem your audience has that your presentation will contribute to solving
List all the information that you think you may need to include in your presentation
Identify brief anecdotes that highlight your most important points
Sequence your information so that it tells a compelling story
Identify the most effective charts to use in your presentation
Create slides that communicate your information concisely and effectively
Identify any potential roadblocks to achieving your objectives, and make a plan to deal with each
Decide how you will measure the success of your presentation
Weaving all the relevant evidence into a compelling, engaging story
Crafting a sound argument
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Designing your presentation to leverage powerful persuasion techniques
Identifying specific objectives and measuring success against them
If you make a presentation, and nothing changes, why did you waste your time? Why did you waste your audience's time? Are you ready to make an impact? Float over the various sectors and the 10 steps to learn how....
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