The Institute for Non-Profits presents: Creating a Powerful Presentation
Most audiences would agree that Power Point is where many presentations go to die.
PowerPoint can be a great tool to help you deliver your message but, used improperly, it robs your presentation of energy and actually turns your audience off. This workshop will help you change the way you approach your presentation and avoid the pitfalls most people fall into when creating theirs. It will also provide a commonsense framework for you to follow to ensure your audience stays focused, energized, and interested as well as some insights on how to best use PowerPoint to add drama and excitement when delivering your presentation.
About the Presenter:
David Kane has made a career of helping people, organizations and corporations shape and tell their stories. A freelance writer, communications consultant, and coach, David collaborates with clients to hone and clarify key messages, create marketing campaigns, and design and deliver presentations that persuade and motivate. In addition to working with executives for diverse clients such as The Hershey Company, Pfizer, Canidae Pet foods, David has coached presenters in developing their presentations and performances for TEDx conferences.
To register, please visit: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/INP_Apr24_239