Advanced PowerPoint for sales teams
The course is dedicated to sales teams. It focuses on leveraging PowerPoint's functions that aid in the sales process, ie. how to show data effectively, how not to over-clutter slides and what to focus on in a sales deck.
Sales slide deck
what to do before starting to design a slide deck,
what to include in a sales slides deck.
structuring the slides,
effective use of charts,
simplifying charts and graphs,
how to determine which data deserves a slide,
how not to overload your peers,
connecting MS Excel.
Amplifying your message
how to use your slide deck,
presenting with confidence.
Microsoft PowerPoint - creating presentations
The course participants will be able to prepare a public speech with the use of computer presentations, and related printed supporting materials for participants in the lecture.
Creation and composition of the presentation
Creating and changing the order of slides
Change text formatting, colors and layout slide
Placing a slide tables with combinations and simple calculations
Placing the slide charts, illustrations, photos, drawings, etc.
Preparing a presentation to the needs arise
Animated transitions between slides
Determining the display time for each slide
Check the final appearance and presentation duration
Preparation of additional materials
The use and modification of patterns of information and notes
Adding to the show notes for the speaker
Prepare and print support materials for participants
Creating and delivering presentations in Power Point (social skills workshop)
Improving the ability to prepare an attractive PowerPoint presentation and self-voicing her
Sales representatives, consultants, research and teaching staff, managers, teachers, corporate employees, SMEs and public institutions, for which the challenge is to stand in front of a group of people, say to them, arousing interest
Brief Introduction to PowerPoint
Using the program from the dialogs
Working with MS Excel
Preparation of slides
adapting the content to the duration of the presentation
selection scheme, create your own designs
way of presenting content - from general to specific or vice versa
selection of titles and range of content
visualization - graphs, tables, illustrations (graphics informative and nieinformatywna)
Types of presentation
consulting and information
designed to deliver
report as "just reading" the slide
sales and persuasive (to be presented)
notes for yourself
handout for customers
Personal competencies of good speakers
voice, diction, wordless message
ability to build credibility
Zero Hour, which I have in front of audience
last 15 minutes pre-concentrate
taming the tiger, which is about how to win the stage fright
making contact with customers
benefits from the break, the "effect of freshness" and not just
Errors that can be avoided
unconventional show about life insurance
too serious about handkerchiefs nose
Bored vs lack of specific details about the subject of presentation
Crisis situations, that is the art of improvisation
erroneous content on slides
tornado and other unforeseen circumstances
Practice makes perfect
Feedback from participants
Presenting technical solutions to the world of non-engineers
This course is dedicated to:
engineers who come up with difficult to explain technical solutions and want to present them to non-technical people,
marketers who have to translate the language of engineers from the company to the language of users, which sometimes is not the same.
After taking this course, the delegates will be able to present hard technical solutions in a simple way.
The course will consist mostly of practical tasks, including designing a short presentation. Some short videos with examples of great presentations will be shown as well.
Overcoming stage fright
understanding the origins of stress,
how to prevent stress long time before the presentation,
how to quickly improve your confidence before going to the stage.
Why instead of What
starting with Why this solution matters,
describing How is it different from others,
What it exactly is?
A toolkit of the presenter
using user-friendly language,
the power of props and demos,
and how did Steve Jobs do all that?
Designing presentations that don't scare off
the power of visuals,
presenting data (schemes, charts, etc.).