Don't do death by powerpoint ever again. Learn how to engage an audience for maximum impact - don't just use Powerpoint / Keynote, use it to make you shine.
World Class Powerpoint: Learn how to make TED quality slides by Lee Jackson is a series of over 35 short (and often funny) videos (plus loads and loads of extras) from Lee Jackson one of the world's experts on creating presentation slides that help, not hinder, your talks. Lee takes the research and content of his Amazon best-selling book 'Powerpoint Surgery' (hence the surgeon's outfit) and has turned it into an online masterclass for anyone who wants to make their slides more effective and their talks more engaging.
Any presentation software is relevant here, not just Powerpoint. If you or your workplace is addicted to bullet points and talks sometimes lack impact or engagement, then this course is for you and your colleagues. Simple, effective advice on simplifying your slides to help you look more like an accomplished professional TED speaker, not a grey business person delivering a financial proposal of 567 bullet points to an audience wanting it to end.
There are lots of great videos with some screen shares to show you how to make your Microsoft Powerpoint, Apple Keynote, Prezi, or Haiku Deck slides more impactful to create a much better presentation.
Plus, the free extras include 100 free photos, articles, links, and downloads.
Lee is an award-winning full-time professional speaker with over 25 years of experience speaking to some of the world's toughest audiences, he has also delivered a TEDx talk. So, learn from a Pro, not a trainer who's read a manual - Lee's experience and expertise here makes all the difference. Practical, down-to-earth, and sometimes even funny is the style of this course.
'Death-by-powerpoint' would become a thing of the past if every presenter took this course.
Extras include hours of audio, articles, links, and downloads, including the whole course on MP3.
Don't forget - any presentation software is relevant here, not just Powerpoint.
Learn how to engage an audience for maximum impact - don't just use Powerpoint, use it to make you shine.
Who should take this course?
To get the best out of this course students will need access to Presentation Slide software like Microsoft Powerpoint, Apple Keynote, Haiku Deck, Slideshare, Microsoft Sway, Google Slides or any open-source slide software to learn how to be a great presenter.