9 Essential PowerPoint Lessons For Training Professionals
- Have access to a computer with PowerPoint installed
Do you struggle with presentations and getting your ideas out in a way that your audience finds engaging and impactful? This FREE primer course describes what the pros do to make their PowerPoint slides come alive.
Use the tips provided to help you present content that makes it easier for your audience to digest, understand, apply, and take action. This also acts as a nice introduction to PowerPoint Masterclass for Trainers, a program designed by trainers for trainers to help them develop the PowerPoint skills needed to be successful.
Who this course is for:
- Training Professionals
- Instructional Designers
- Graphic Designers
- Elearning Developers
- Manager of Training Professionals
- 04:22Getting Around
- 04:53Tip #1 - Design For Impact
- 02:49Tip #2 - Less Words, More Visuals
- 03:35Tip #3 - Invest In Infographics
- 02:40Tip #4 - Sync Visuals With Talking Points
- 02:49Tip #5 - Use Multimedia
- 02:11Tip #6 - Make It Interactive
- 01:55Tip #7 - Create Builds
- 04:46Tip #8 - Make The Content Good
- 02:54Tip #9 - Create Robust Handouts
Gus has run his own organizational effectiveness consulting practice for over 20 years and has worked with hundreds of client organizations ranging from pharmaceutical and consumer healthcare product companies to brokerage, banks, and insurance companies, from IT startups to long-established telecommunications service providers as well as law firms, retailers, hospital systems, and chemical manufacturers. His proposals have won—and lost—multi-million dollar deals as well as much smaller ones.
He has earned a PhD in Education with a minor in Leadership, an MBA, and a BS in Marketing as well as a Certified Performance Technologist designation. He has taught Masters-level elearning design courses and frequently delivers live and virtual workshops for leaders at all levels. He regularly presents at industry conferences and is a recognized thought leader in the talent development industry. His passion, though, is mentoring colleagues and fellow consultants as they launch and expand their businesses. Over the years, he has counseled hundreds of business consultants and budding entrepreneurs.