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How to make a great presentation utilizing PowerPoint

How to make a great presentation utilizing PowerPoint

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How to make a great presentation utilizing PowerPoint

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  1. Presentations How to make a great presentation utilizing PowerPoint

  2. Videos and Audio Files Using a video can engage the audience

  3. Tips for Creating a Great Presentation • Grab their attention! • Use graphics that contribute to the point you are making • Don’t use too much text • Speak slowly!

  4. Font sizes Can you read me? (Font 10) Can you read me? (Font 14) Can you read me? (Font 16) Can you read me? (Font 18) Can you read me? (Font 20) Can you read me? (Font 24) Can you read me? (Font 28) Can you read me? (Font 32) Can you read me? (Font 36) Can you read me? (Font 40) Can you read me? (Font 44)

  5. Let’s compare a block of text and a bullet point version of text on a slide!

  6. Discrimination and Harassment • In order to create a positive learning, working and living environment, we must provide an atmosphere free of discrimination and harassment based upon race, color, national origin, gender, age, creed, religion, sexual orientation, disability, and veteran status. University of Colorado at Boulder (UCB) staff and student employees must attend a discrimination and harassment workshop within their first 30 days of hire. All UCB faculty members must attend a discrimination and harassment workshop within their first semester of hire. After this initial workshop, all employees are required to attend a discrimination and harassment workshop at least once every five years.

  7. Race • Color • National origin • Gender • Age • Creed religion • Sexual orientation • Disability • Veteran Status • Must attend a seminar within 30 days of hire • Must attend workshop once every 5 years

  8. Let’s compare text VS. visual stimulus

  9. What’s the best Superhero Accessory? • Batgirl’s motorcycle – 0% (1) • Batman’s Batmobile – 11% (63) • Captain America’s Shield – 8% (46) • Cyclops’ Visor – 0% (4) • Green Lantern’s Ring – 24% (135) • Green Arrow’s Bow and Arrow – 1% (10) • Spider-Man’s Web-Shooters – 7% (43) • Iron Man’s Suit – 28% (158) • Thor’s hammer – 15% (85) • Wonder Woman’s Lasso of Truth – 1% (11) From an AMCTV.com movie poll

  10. What’s the Best? From an AMCTV.com movie poll

  11. Presentation Before PowerPoint • YOU are the focus • Accessorize the presentation • Supplementary information • Know when too much, is too much

  12. Know Your Audience Be flexible Use your strengths Tailor message Know their level of knowledge

  13. Visual Learners

  14. Auditory Learners

  15. Kinesthetic Learners

  16. Animations? • Using the transitions/animation on each slide can be distracting • It can take attention away from your points, or make the audience lose focus on you • Takes longer to get through the slide • These are some examples • Distracting and slow, aren’t they?

  17. Designs • Power Start • This sort of design is sleek and enjoyable, without being too distracting • Colors • Nothing too bright. • Draw the eye • Bullets • Easier way to manage the points on each slide • Graphics • This has a profesional graphic, great for business meetings • Strategy • Dynamic way to begin your presentation without going overboard. • Outline • Outline all points in presentation, than go in to depth during it

  18. The earth’s core and materials Crust Water, basalt, and granite. Inner Core Iron and nickel. Outer Core Iron and nickel Mantle Silicon, oxygen, magnesium, iron, aluminum, and calcium. The basic layers of the earth and what they’re made of. (Example of utilizing graphics and text)

  19. Successful Business 4 Steps to improving your business Seminars and coaching, ongoing education, strategy Education, coaching, in-office training, online access. Media planning, servicing systems, lead generation, prospecting. Public relations, image advertising, direct mail, web sites, brochures, branding.

  20. Learn from an expert…

  21. Shoulders slouched Legs crossed Arms crossed No eye contact

  22. Shoulders slouched Legs crossed Arms crossed No eye contact

  23. Eye contact Standing straight up (No slouching) Legs shoulder length apart Hands not in pocket

  24. Eye contact Standing straight up (No slouching) Legs shoulder length apart Hands not in pocket YES!

  25. You’re ready!