Tag archive for Potent Presentations Initiative

How to Transform Your Slideshow’s Bullet Points into Images

How to Transform Your Slideshow’s Bullet Points into Images

A few weeks ago, I showed you how to transform allllllllll of your presentation’s information into just a few main chunks. You can visually chunk information by creating divider slides and by using consistent colors and icons: The previous post focused on divider slides. This…

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How to Visually Structure Your Presentation Around Key Points

How to Visually Structure Your Presentation Around Key Points

There’s nothing worse than presentations that drone on without a clear message. You know the feeling: You’re sitting in the audience at a conference. The speaker goes on and on. And on. And on. Later, someone asks what you learned from the presentation. You remember…

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Six Reasons You Need Good Visuals in Your Presentations

Six Reasons You Need Good Visuals in Your Presentations

I love Echo Rivera’s enthusiasm and humor towards communicating scientific results. I’m often asked to talk about why visuals are so powerful, and I reached out to Echo to get her take. I know you’ll enjoy her article. She even has a free starter pack with…

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The Webinar Command Center: Give Better Webinars by Organizing Your Physical Space

The Webinar Command Center: Give Better Webinars by Organizing Your Physical Space

Dataviz is great, but only goes so far if you can’t show it well during a live presentation or webinar. In February I tweeted this image of Johanna Morariu and I getting ready to give an Innovation Network webinar. I jokingly referred to our conference…

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Is Your Audience on Facebook During Your Presentation?

Is Your Audience on Facebook During Your Presentation?

Isaac Castillo is leading a 3-part series about public speaking skills and nonverbal communication for evaluators. Isaac has taught public speaking and debate at the high school and college levels, and he was an All American debater before entering the evaluation field. I hope you enjoy reading his third…

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