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  • 11.19.14 D E C K W R I T I N G
  • D E C K W R I T I N G 11.19.14
  • D E V E L O P I N G P U R P O S E D R I V E N P R E S E N T A T I O N S 11.19.14
  • 4 WRITE A REPORT
  • 5 GIVE A PRESENTATION
  • 6 THE WHAT THE WHY THE HOW
  • 7 THE WHAT
  • TEMPLATES FORMATTING APPLICATIONS PAGE NUMBERS SPELL CHECK ANIMATIONS IMAGES CHARTS FONTS 8
  • 9 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=amzuDBDAeto
  • 10 THE WHY
  • 1111 THE COOK THE CHEF UNDERSTANDS THE HOW UNDERSTANDS THE WHY VS.
  • NURTURING IDEAS 12
  • 13 CONVEY NEW THINKING
  • TO GET THEM TO CARE 14
  • 15 THE WHY FROM JUST INFORMING TO INSPIRE 15
  • 16 THE HOW
  • 17 BEHAVIOR BELIEF OUTCOMES [STOLEN FROM IAN DAVIDSON]
  • 18 BEHAVIOR BELIEF OUTCOMES [STOLEN FROM IAN DAVIDSON]
  • 19 WHAT WOULD YOU SAY YOU DO HERE? 19
  • 20 PRESENTATIONS ARE AN OUTPUT OF OUR CRAFT WE BELIEVE THAT
  • 21 A MASTER CRAFTSMAN 21
  • 22 BEHAVIOR BELIEF OUTCOMES
  • 23 PREPARED POSITIVE+ + PARTNERSHIP
  • 24 PREPARED POSITIVE+ + PARTNERSHIP
  • 25 ANYTHING I'VE DONE WELL HAS TAKEN MANY, MANY HOURS OF PREPARATION. AND THEN THE TRICK, OF COURSE, IS MAKING THAT WORK LOOK INVISIBLE.
  • 26 PREPARED POSITIVE+ + PARTNERSHIP
  • 27 OPTIMISM IS THE MOST IMPORTANT HUMAN TRAIT, BECAUSE IT ALLOWS US TO EVOLVE OUR IDEAS, TO IMPROVE OUR SITUATION, AND TO HOPE FOR A BETTER TOMORROW.
  • 28 PREPARED POSITIVE+ + PARTNERSHIP
  • 29 NOT JUST YOUR JOB. NOT NOT YOUR JOB.
  • 30 BEHAVIOR BELIEF OUTCOMES
  • PRESENTATION EVALUATION 31
  • 32 5KEY OUTCOMES TO A GOOD PRESENTATION
  • 33 1. FLOW 2. PURPOSE 3. CONTEXT 4. MEMORABLE 5. IMPLICATIONS
  • 34 1. FLOW 2. PURPOSE 3. CONTEXT 4. MEMORABLE 5. IMPLICATIONS
  • 35 GIVE THE PRESENTATION STRUCTURE • TRANSITIONS AND SUMMARIES • EASY TO FOLLOW STORY • PROVIDE AN AGENDA • SET EXPECTATIONS
  • 36 1. FLOW 2. PURPOSE 3. CONTEXT 4. MEMORABLE 5. IMPLICATIONS
  • 37 SET A THEME FOR THE PRESENTATION • TELL THEM WHY WE ARE HERE • WHAT YOU ARE SOLVING FOR • DEFINE YOUR HEADLINE • THE NORTH STAR • KEY TAKE AWAYS
  • 38 1. FLOW 2. PURPOSE 3. CONTEXT 4. MEMORABLE 5. IMPLICATIONS
  • 39 MAKE INFORMATION MEANINGFUL: • DEVELOP “FROM > TO” STATEMENTS • PROVIDE CONTEXT/COMPARISON • PUT IT IN HUMAN CONTEXT • TELL STORIES AROUND IT • MAKE IT TANGIBLE
  • 40 1. FLOW 2. PURPOSE 3. CONTEXT 4. MEMORABLE 5. IMPLICATIONS
  • 41 BE FOCUSED ON WHAT MATTERS: • CONSTRUCTS, NOT PARAGRAPHS • MAKE IT EASY TO UNDERSTAND • MAKE THE COMPLEX VISUAL • BIG BOLD STATEMENTS • CLEAR SIMPLE IMAGES • BRING IT TO LIFE • MAKE IT CONNECT • TELL STORIES
  • 42 1. FLOW 2. PURPOSE 3. CONTEXT 4. MEMORABLE 5. IMPLICATIONS
  • 43 ENSURE IT IS ACTIONABLE: • DEFINE HOW THIS IMPACTS WHAT’S NEXT • HIGHLIGHT KEY POINTS OF VALUE • ALWAYS MOVE IT FORWARD • GET THEM TO WANT MORE • A CALL TO ACTION
  • 44 TIPS & TRICKS
  • 45 START WITH AN OUTLINE
  • 46 START WITH AN OUTLINE
  • 47 DO YOUR RESEARCH
  • 48 GOOGLE IMAGE SEARCH
  • 49 TYPOGRAPHY MATTERS COLOR & SIZE MAKES A DIFFERENCE.
  • 50 TO MAKE AN IMPACT, LESS IS MORE http://bit.ly/1HldPP6
  • 51 DON’T LET GOOD THINGS GET KILLED BY BAD PACKAGING
  • 52 MAKE IT PERSONAL
  • 53 NOW WHAT?
  • 54 http://emiland.me/
  • 55 PRESENTATION MENTORING AND/OR TRAINING? jgrigsby@vml.com 816-223-5097
  • T H A N K Y O U .
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