Clear Graphics, Concise Text and a Good Script Are the Essential Ingredients to a Good Presentation.
If you have worked in an office in the Western world in the past 25 years, you will probably have sat through a PowerPoint presentation. But there's a problem. They're often boring, writes presentation expert Max Atkinson.
You think bullet points make information more digestible? Think again. A dozen slides with five bullet points on each assumes that people are mentally capable of taking in a list of 60 points. If it's a 30-minute presentation, that's a rate of two-per-minute!
Let me work with you to create a visually interesting presentation from your script which doesn't overshadow the presenter or their message.