Duration: 08:00 hours
Engaging visuals and strong narrative writing can transform a typical presentation into one that can build consensus and drive change. This course provides instruction on how to use storytelling and design principles to build better presentation decks with PowerPoint, offering practical design tips and different ways to construct a narrative from complex information and data. Participants will learn to identify and respond to audience needs, translate content into appealing visuals, and use simple techniques to maximize the visual impact of their presentation.
This course has been designed to allow participants at all levels to immediately apply the knowledge acquired to their upcoming work.
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