Presentations, both in person or virtual, are a challenge for most of us. The spoken communication channel is wide and complicated, and a structured presentation ranks up there with the most complex forms of spoken communication.
A successful presentation starts with a design that focuses on the audience’s needs and concerns and keeps at the forefront how your ideas and proposals will benefit them. Audiences want to know the answers to three questions: What has changed? How does it affect me? What do you want me to do about it?
To design your presentation effectively, you need to avoid critical mistakes that, unfortunately, are common in creating a presentation. This course will tell you why you should avoid them and how to make sure that they don’t occur.