StorytellingSTRUCTURE YOUR STORY
Any story is a narrative for change. That is exactly what makes stories so attractive. They invite us to discover the way in which our heroes come together and adapt to the changes that they are experiencing.
In order to capture and maintain your audience’s attention, you will need to do the same thing: design your presentation as a story about the change prompted by your idea.
Having a clear idea is a prerequisite for giving an effective presentation. The role of your visual aids is then to carry and amplify the impact of your story. Here are 3 tips to making an even stronger impact.
You’re happy this morning. Your supervisor just told you that you have 45 minutes to present your project in COMEX. But at the last minute, your Managing Director says: “I only have 5 minutes, what should I retain?” …Don’t worry you just need a method.
When you present, you are not there to put on a show; you’re there above all for your audience. Indeed, a good presentation is a presentation that involves the audience. How do you do it? The answer is 4 steps.
Presentations are ever-present. Whether they are for obtaining financing for a new project, announcing a restructuring plan or proposing a new initiative, decision-making is systematically preceded by presentations. Speaking in public has thus insinuated itself into the very heart of the mechanisms that set companies in motion… or does it? Despite the stakes, more and…
Often, PPT presentations rhyme with boredom. Building our remarks in the form of a story seems like THE solution to getting our audience on board. But, we are not all seasoned storytellers. How can we turn our PPT presentation into a story that people want to listen to?