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A well designed PowerPoint flow chart will illustrate in ways words alone could never do. 3) Remember your audience - Keep in mind the KISS principle and present to your audience. Dont only think of what you want to deliver to them and what you want them to take away but consider also their expectations from the presentation. PowerPoint maps for example is great when you are defining regional sales strategy to a team of reps but may not be as useful for explaining the same to a Finance delegate. 4) The right tool for the job - Business PowerPoint templates need to be selected to best show what you want to show much like your choice of shoe depending on whether you play indoor squash to outdoor hiking. PowerPoint timeline and PowerPoint SWOT are particular examples of specific templates that simplify and illustrate information key to overall analysis and development.
Some people use sticky notes and arrange them on walls some use simple word processing documents and arrange their slides in words first and all of these methods work. Id like to suggest answering two questions before you plan your presentation slide by slide: "what does my audience want to hear?" and "what do I want my audience to think about after my presentation is over?". Use these questions to guide your outline and planning of the presentation. 3. Grab your tone After you have an outline and a good idea for what you want to do its time to figure out your tone and concept. This step helps you figure out your color scheme your typography your images and in some cases your flow. 4. Mash it all together Its time to put it all together as you now have everything you need.
The next question then become how to best make use of them and how to choose the template that is going to be the most effective for your needs. This is easily done by breaking down the needs of your presentation into a basic outline. The first step is to identify what the theme of your presentation is. If you can condense it down into one sentence and then build outward from there then that is a good way to get a feel for what the key points should be. Analyze these key points and try to find facts or figures that could be graphically represented within the PowerPoint templates that you end up choosing. Audiences respond far better to information that is laid out in a visual easy-to-follow way. This can then be supplemented with text and other graphics.