Slides that make you stand out!
There is no way to escape a presentation - they are everywhere! At corporate meetings, in sales pitches, in product events. We’re always saying something, showing something, trying to convince and sell. And when we have a huge screen behind us, showing a picture that captivates the audience, mesmerizing them, the effect of our words should be even more powerful. But for some reason, this is rarely the case. Presentations end up dull and incoherent. Complicated slides confuse both the audience and the speaker. When I look at such presentations there is only one thought knocking inside the head, when is this gonna end. Despite that, we continue to attend meetings and conferences with boring presentations and, what’s worse - create them ourselves.
What’s the way around this? How can we bring back the original concept of slides to help us make future presentations stand out from the rest?
My name is Sergei Chernenko. I am a top manager in a large multinational corporation. For almost 20 years, I’ve been giving business presentations and mentoring colleagues on public speaking. During this time, I have come up with a few rules of my own that can help YOU radically change your life within the corporation by making YOUR presentations fascinating, interesting, and simply understandable. Regardless of whether you are a young executive or an experienced director, THESE skills will make you a more effective communicator, allowing you to confidently convey your ideas to colleagues, management, and investors.
A great presentation is not about just listening but about being heard. Not to cause a ripple, but to cause a splash!
Who this course is for:
- Corporate employees looking to advance their careers
- Startup entrepreneurs refining their investor pitches
- College graduates starting their careers
Sergei is a seasoned expert in the field of public & government relations with 18 years of experience under his belt. He is an acting member of the Board of Directors in a large multinational corporation.
His previous work experience included tobacco, alcohol, car manufacturing and mobility industry.
A substantial part of Sergei’s work involved presentations and public speaking. He consulted numerous companies on how to incorporate business storytelling and add pizzazz to their presentation and slides.
During this time, Sergei have come up with a few rules of his own that can help anyone radically change their lives within the corporation by making their presentations fascinating, interesting and simply understandable. Regardless of whether you are a young executive or an experienced director, these skills will make you a more effective communicator, allowing you to confidently convey your ideas to colleagues, management and investors.
His next master-class on business storytelling should be available later this year.
Sergei is also sharing advice and tips for everyone who wants to progress their careers on TikTok.