We see enough bullet-points in meeting rooms, and they turn audiences off: nobody remembers what they say; they just remember how bored they were. In virtual meetings, sharing boring slides is just a cue for your audience to multi-task – i.e. do something else instead.
In this entertaining web class, Andrea Pacini from Ideas on Stage shares the 3 key slide design techniques to enhance your presentations.
What You'll Learn:
On this free, live web class Andrea Pacini shows you the three core principles for designing impactful presentations that wow your audiences.
In order to deliver a presentation that’s guaranteed to communicate your ideas in a memorable way, you need to know how to elevate your design with powerful visuals. This web class shows you how.
Even the most delicious dish must be properly plated…
…and presentation affects the taste.
Master the art of designing the ultimate presentation that is bound to leave your audience amazed.
Unpacking 3 key principles for perfecting your presentation, this practical web class will teach you how to support your message with strong visuals in a way that no one will forget.
Register today for free.
Registration is 100% free, but space is limited so you need to register to reserve your spot. We can't wait to see you there!
Andrea Pacini is a presentation coach and founder of Ideas on Stage UK. In the last 10 years Ideas on Stage has worked with clients like Microsoft, Lacoste, The World Bank and over 500 TEDx speakers. They specialise in working with established business owners who want to grow their business and increase their influence through great presenting. Andrea’s vision is to help 1,000 purpose-driven entrepreneurs by 2030 share their message, make an impact and be memorable.
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