KILLER PRESENTATIONS: Power to the Imagination to Visualise Your Point - with PowerPoint

KILLER PRESENTATIONS: Power to the Imagination to Visualise Your Point - with PowerPoint

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ISBN13: 9781845281847
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This second edition has completely a new chapter on Web Presenting and links to several online seminars as well as a chapter on how to make your presentation content more memorable by using m62's Passive Mnemonic Processing techniques. The book illustrates its approach clearly and in detail: using real company examples and a series of 40 colour-images to show how such slides can work. Additionally, the book provides unique links to web sites where you can see more about this sort of presentation in action. Contents: Introduction, a new approach; Section one: Powerpoint; Section two: Messaging; Objective setting; Presentational intentions: educating; persuading; Section three: Visualisation; Visual devices;Section four: Design; Section five: Delivery; Conclusions - why rules?

Type Book
Number Of Pages 191
Item Height 20 mm
Item Width 156 mm
Item Weight 457 Gram
Product Dimensions 156 x 20 x 230
Publisher How To Books
Format Paperback | 191

Nicholas B. Oulton is a Chartered Marketer and a professional presenter with over thirteen year's sales and marketing experience. He has devoted the last ten years to helping people improve their presentations. Nicholas founded m62 visual communications, a company set up to help clients perform better as they deliver a presentation. m62 has won numerous awards and last year Nicholas was nominated for Insider Magazine's 42 under 42 aswell as Entrepreneur of the Year.With Offices in Liverpool, New York and Singapore, m62 have an international reputation with global clients such as Jaguar, P&G, Bayer, Sun and even Microsoft. Over 4500 Presentations and nearly 250,000 PowerPoint slides have made Nicholas and the m62 team the world's leading authorities on PowerPoint'. Not surprising, then, that Microsoft are seeking guidance from them about functionality for PowerPoint 2008 and consider m62 a strategic partner for Office Online. Nicholas spends nearly half of his working life in the US teaching, presenting and helping clients make the most of their presentation opportunities and the other half in the UK.