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How to create a really GOOD Presentation

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  1. 1. TASOS VELIADIS – PARTNER/BUSINESS UNIT DIRECTOR -SOCIALAB HOW TO CREATE A REALLY PRESENTATION
  2. 2. WHO am I!TASOS VELIADIS
  3. 3. Video is the new trend!!
  4. 4. I will create a video of my presentation!!
  5. 5. You  can  skip  to  the   presentation  in  5
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  10. 10. Each person has hobbies and one of mine is to create presentations :)
  11. 11. Some of my presentations on slideshare…
  12. 12. So, with more free time on my hands than usual, during my summer vacations, I set out to create a presentation about my favorite subject...
  13. 13. Coming to think of it, it's very easy to create a presentation.
  14. 14. However it's really difficult to create a presentation that will keep your audience engaged, without making it yawn their jaws off till the slides run out.
  15. 15. 30 million presentations are carried out every day
  16. 16. So let’s stop killing people because of boring ppt
  17. 17. DEAD BY POWERPOINT
  18. 18. LET’S create REEAAALLY REALLY GOOD PRESENTATIONS!
  19. 19. “BEING ABLE TO SPEAK IN PUBLIC IS ONE OF FIVE KEY BUSINESS SKILLS THAT CAN MAKE OR BREAK YOUR COMPANY OR YOUR CARREER” FORBES Source:  http://www.slideshare.net/mzkagan/how-­‐to-­‐create-­‐an-­‐insanely-­‐great-­‐presentation-­‐or-­‐pitch  
  20. 20. 21ST Century PRESENTING IS NOT AN OPTIONAL EXTRA FOR A FEW! IT’S A CORE SKILL
  21. 21. SO, LET’S SEE tips to improve audience engagement with 10
  22. 22. 10 1. Plan your Presentation 2. Kill Bullet Points 3. Use Photos 4. Differentiation is Everything 5. Keep audience at the edge of their seats 6.Less is more 8. Rehearse it. Use examples and stats 9. Start strong 10. Look into the eyes of your audience
  23. 23. 10 1. Plan your Presentation 2. Kill Bullet Points 3. Use Photos 4. Differentiation is Everything 5. Keep audience at the edge of their seats 6.Less is more 8. Rehearse it. Use examples and stats 9. Start strong 10. Look into the eyes of your audience NOT A VERY GOOD SLIDE!! DON’T USE INDEX ON YOUR PRESENTATIONS
  24. 24. 1Plan your presentation beforehand
  25. 25. 1 Plan your presentation beforehand Think about what point you want to make before you start dumping information intoa PowerPoint file uncontrollably.It's better to create a word file withwhatever you want to say, divide your presentation in sections and then get started. This will certainly keep things tothe point, while simultaneously saving you a bit of effort later on.
  26. 26. SITUATION Plan your presentation beforehand PROBLEM OPPORTUN ITY SOLUTION CALL 2 ACTION
  27. 27. 2Kill bullet points
  28. 28. 2Try to create slides withsmall amounts of text, as listeners are generally not inclined tofollow a massive presentation and learn it by heart. However, they will easily remember quotes or short sentences. Kill bullet points
  29. 29. BULLETPOINTS ARE FOR SUPER MARKET LISTS
  30. 30. 33Use photos
  31. 31. 3No photos from Google though. Either buy stock photos or use freely provided ones in good quality. A nice picture always gives a bit of extra flair to any presentation. However, donot forget that in case that you do use free photos you have to give credit to their creator. As the saying goes, a picture = 1000 words! Use photos
  32. 32. Example VS
  33. 33. 4Differentiation is everything
  34. 34. 4You surely have seen lots of presentations adorned withamazing pictures.Nonetheless, this doesn't necessarily mean that all of them are good, or that they can keep the audience engaged in the very least. This is mainly because eachpresentation must come witha story and the proper structure. Think about jokes for example.Each joke has a very specific structure that helps expand the storyline. Differentiation is everything
  35. 35. PLAY WITH COLOURS Source:  http://www.slideshare.net/damonnofar/8-­‐tips-­‐for-­‐slideshare
  36. 36. Use GOOD fonts
  37. 37. Use GOOD fonts DIRTY HEADLINE futura Murray Hills
  38. 38. I’AM GOOD FONT TOO Comic sans
  39. 39. I’AM GOOD FONT TOO Comic sans
  40. 40. 5 Keep your audience at the edge of their seats
  41. 41. 5Try to structure your presentation in a way that will keep your audience engaged from the beginning till the end.Start by presenting the main subject of your presentation, analyseit and expand it gradually. Don’t give everything away at once. Try to keep some of the best bits for the end. Keep your audience at the edge of their seats
  42. 42. 6 Less is more
  43. 43. 6You only have 10-30 minutes, so you don’t have to say much. Just say the things that matter.Donot include too many slides in your presentation and donot, by any means, use bullet points! Just use rule 1:7:140. Less is more
  44. 44. 1:7:140 Source:  http://www.slideshare.net/mzkagan/how-­‐to-­‐create-­‐an-­‐insanely-­‐great-­‐presentation-­‐or-­‐pitch  
  45. 45. 1:7:140 IDEA PER SLIDE
  46. 46. 1:7:140 WORDS PER SLIDE
  47. 47. 1:7:140 CHARACTERS OR LESS
  48. 48. 7 Rehearse it
  49. 49. 7No matter how well you thinkyou know your presentation, rehearsing it will help you put things in the right order and get confident. It is imperative that you learn at least the main points by heart.Try not to leave it last minute if you want to make the impression you intended to make from the beginning. REHEARSE IT
  50. 50. 8 Use examples and show some stats
  51. 51. THE NUMBERS OF SUCCESS IN JUST 2 YEARS 5.800.000€ THAT’S A LOT OF MONEY 20.000 reservations THAT’S A LOT OF RESERVATIONS 8.000 EVENTS RELIABLE ISN’T IT?
  52. 52. REVENUE GROWTH In 2 years 0 1000000 2000000 3000000 4000000 5000000 6000000 1 2 32014 2015 2016
  53. 53. 8Always try to use examples.It's much easier for your audience to understand what you want to say through a well placed example and properly presented statisticaldata, than through tons of theory. In case that you are presenting case studies from previous projects, try to pick the ones you know you can explain and analyse best. USE EXAMPLES AND SHOW SOME STATS
  54. 54. 9Start strong
  55. 55. GOLDFISH HAVE A LONGER ATTENTION SPAN THAN HUMANS DO
  56. 56. 9You have 7 seconds to engage your audience.So don’t start with an indexslide. Start strong
  57. 57. START WITH A STORY
  58. 58. Stories have heroes
  59. 59. Stories have enemies
  60. 60. Stories help us remember
  61. 61. My long story...short vs me Mom
  62. 62. 10Look into the eyes of your audience
  63. 63. 10Visit the venue earlier than the time of your presentation and get comfortable withthe space. In case that you’re presenting in a conference, attend all the previous presentations, soas tounderstand the type of audience you will be presenting toand how it reacts. LOOK INTO THE EYES OF YOUR AUDIENCE
  64. 64. Lastly, get on stage and Rock!
  65. 65. CONTACT ME Facebook.com/t asosvel @tasosveliadis veliadis@socialab. gr Tasos Veliadis
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