StorydesignSTAGE YOUR PRESENTATION
We are living in a world of “information overload,” permanently hopping between different kinds of media and sampling its highlights.
In order to have a chance at making an impact, you will need to “stage” your presentation and include it under the framework of a global experience – before, during, after – which promotes interest, impact and guarantees that your idea stays firmly embedded in people’s minds.
Pared down slides have something to intimidate fans of overloaded slides. Because it is true that in business, the standard is more like slides that combine bullet points, graphs, tables and figures. Effective? Not really! So how to clean up your slides?
Having a clear idea is a prerequisite for giving an effective presentation. The role of your visual aids is then to carry and amplify the impact of your story. Here are 3 tips to making an even stronger impact.
Pitting PowerPoint against Keynote means much more than comparing two software tools; it means the opposition of two companies, two strategies and two leaders who stand out for their distinctive vision. We are regularly asked which one we prefer. But for us, the question is not about the choice of software but its usage. This…
Presentations are ever-present. Whether they are for obtaining financing for a new project, announcing a restructuring plan or proposing a new initiative, decision-making is systematically preceded by presentations. Speaking in public has thus insinuated itself into the very heart of the mechanisms that set companies in motion… or does it? Despite the stakes, more and…
Often, PPT presentations rhyme with boredom. Building our remarks in the form of a story seems like THE solution to getting our audience on board. But, we are not all seasoned storytellers. How can we turn our PPT presentation into a story that people want to listen to?
If you assiduously follow us on the networks, it will not have escaped your attention that we have just launched the 3rd version of our HUBSTORY® method, synonymous with simplicity and agility. So how to get into agile mode in your work as well as in the preparation of your presentations?