PRESENTATION EQUATION

Engage & Charm Your Audiences

Learning Session

2 Days

Workout Session

4 Weeks

Review Session

1 Day

a) LEARNING SESSION - 2 DAYS

Program Foundation

Companies are started, products are launched, climate systems are saved—possibly based on the quality of presentations. Presentations have become the de facto communication tool. But not all are gifted presenters and designers. Making engaging presentations take time and practice.

According to our research, people find the following the most challenging part of creating a presentation:

Creating quality slides - 8.9%

Delivering the presentation with confidence - 13.8%

Putting together a good message - 35.7%

All of the Above - 41.1%

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After over 15+ years of designing and delivering presentation, we have devised a process simple and yet effective to create engaging presentations and charm audiences.

Design

A Story

Presentations can be engaging

if they have a storyline which

the audience can relate to. 

Visualize

The Story

Using appealing visuals

in the presentation helps

the audience to better

comprehend and retain your story.

Communicate

The Story

Communication is the real test

of your story and visualization. It is the component where everything falls

into a beautiful melody

that engages the audience.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • List the bad habits of presenters and how to avoid them

  • Understand the art of story-telling and explore why we like stories

  • Define the ‘Big Idea’ for their presentation

  • Structure the ‘Big Idea’ into a story by using different frameworks

  • Develop the mind-set of a designer

  • Demonstrate effective use of visual elements: colour, typography, animation, data & shapes

  • Begin the presentation with a PUNCH

  • Establish Presence by being authentic

  • Project a confident self and move with purpose

  • End the presentation on a powerful note

c) WORKOUT SESSION - 4 WEEKS

Quiz
Articles
E-Books
Role Plays
Case Studies

d) REVIEW SESSION - 1 DAY

Workout Review
Social Learning
Q&A
Next Steps

Charm Your Audiences

With Engaging Presentations