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Creating presentations that move people, change the world, and create meaning in the minds of your audience. Learn tips, tricks, and a simple 4-step process that helps improve one of your most important skills in this quick Slideshare.

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  • Movement The of the owerPoint What story are you telling?
  • Photo by Denise Krebs, flickr I help make complex information easy-to-digest.
  • 15% of Americans* have dramatic phobias of this: *Telch, 1988
  • Photo: Rene Mensen A weak pose done for 2 minutes before a speech increases stress and lowers confidence.
  • Photo: RKO Radio Pictures While a power pose done for 2 minutes makes you feel/seem more confident!
  • 4 in 7 hold 8 out Belly breathing normalizes pulse
  • Our goal today: Learn how to create presentations that mean something to your audience.
  • What do bad presentations look like? Photo by Josh, flickr
  • What do good presentations look like? Photo by Dan4th Nicholas, flickr
  • Why are you presenting? Share your information Teach people Meet grant requirements Others?
  • We present to create change in the world. Photo by NASA (even a small change!)
  • How to do it: A four-step presentation- cranking-out process
  • Start smart Get inspired Build your story Test and refine
  • Start smart Understand who your audience is Tailor your message
  • 5. What do you want from him? 6. What might stop him? 7. How can you reach him? 1. Who is he? 2. Why is he attending? 3. What are his issues? 4. How can you help?
  • Who is your audience?
  • What are your key messages?
  • What is the mission of your presentation?
  • Build your story Based on your mission, write the story of ideas that will change your audience
  • Story History Cavemen around the fire Cave paintings Books Media Radio dramas from the 40s NPR MOTH and StoryCorps Heros Journey Story structure/ elements Audience is the hero-- Duarte
  • Vulnerability and Specificity Conflict and Resolution What is good storytelling?
  • Retrieved from: http://storycorps.org/li sten/bonnie-and-myra- brown/
  • #CADCAMidYear POST ITS
  • Avoid common mistakes and make beautiful, engaging presentations! Get inspired
  • What does the ideal presentation look like?
  • What does the non-ideal presentation look like?
  • Including way too many lines of text, full sentences, with multiple ideas all over each slide. Another problem is using PowerPoints standard list of many, many bullets, and o Sub-bullets o That you simply read off of the screen (at worse) o Or o Talk around at best. Remember: Bullets dont kill people Bulleted lists kill people. Slide Containing Important Information
  • Including way too many lines of text, full sentences, with multiple ideas all over each slide. Another problem is using PowerPoints standard list of many, many bullets, and o Sub-bullets o That you simply read off of the screen (at worse) o Or o Talk around at best. Remember: Bullets dont kill people Bulleted lists kill people. Slide Containing Important Information Common Mistake 1: the Slide-ument
  • { Visual aids Reinforcing ideas Emotions and imagery { Communicating data Prose/In-depth analysis Reports
  • Common Mistake: Ignoring Signal- to-Noise Ratio
  • Digital broadcasting is faster, more efficient, more adaptable
  • Designing Great Presentations Science and Art By I.M. Creative
  • Designing Great Presentations Science and Art By I.M. Creative
  • Designing Great Presentations Science and Art By I.M. Creative Community Services Community Services
  • Designing Great Presentations Science and Art By I.M. Creative Community Services Community Services Common Mistake: Missing Design Elements
  • Designing Great Presentations: Science and Art By I.M. Creative Community Services
  • Designing Great Presentations: Science and Art By I.M. Creative Community Services Contrast Proximity
  • Repetition Repetition Repetition
  • Find beautiful images that tell your story
  • or take them yourself!
  • Use shapes to build simple images
  • #CADCAMidYear Use photos to grab color schemes
  • How can we save fallen knights? Only 15% are saved by princesses!
  • Simple graphs are powerful
  • #CADCAMidYear 0 20 40 60 80 10 to 20 20 to 30 30 to 40 40 + Alcohol and Tobacco use in the past year among various age groups Tobacco Use Alcohol Use Information taken from the Youth and Adult Risk Behavior Survey, 2014. Information pertains to January 2013- February 2014. Conclusions: Tobacco use is low among 20-30 year olds. Legal age to purchase tobacco products is 18. Alcohol use increases dramatically when comparing 10-20 year olds with 20-30 year olds. Use is high overall.
  • Tobacco use is almost twice as high for youth Ages 10-20Ages 20-30 19% 35% Why are our kids smoking?
  • Budget Operations Development Travel Other Note that: 70% of our total budget is spent on Operations. Operations include staff salaries.
  • Other Travel Development Operations Operations is our biggest cost ~70%
  • Test and Refine Evaluate, practice, improve
  • Image: Flickr.com, by woodleywonderworks 3:1 hours, Practice to Presentation
  • Preparation Poise Voice Content Mastery Question/Answers WIIFM?
  • #CADCAMidYear Bonus Tips/Tricks!
  • Format > Remove Background
  • Right-click to ungroup Microsoft clip-art
  • Looking at this text feels Awkward?
  • Thats better (we follow her eyes)!
  • Obi-Wan never told you what happened to your father Luke, I am your father Join me, and unleash the power of the dark side We shall rule the universe Embrace your hatred and join me Dont be like Darth! Instead.
  • Do or do not. There is no try.
  • Thanks! By Kirby Crider kirby.crider@gmail.com