Creating Effective Presentations: A Podcast

Created: Saturday, May 24, 2008, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 6:21 am



It’s true that there are several amazing examples of PowerPoint usage that up the ante on what you can do with slideware — and it is equally true that the slides that most presenters come up with do almost nothing to help their presentations since these slides tend to confuse rather than help an audience.

That’s the reason why Jean-luc Doumont’s podcast on Creating Effective Presentations provides you with several interesting observations. Although Doumont has not come up with something I haven’t heard before, the fact that he explains this so well, and in such a small podcast is something I’ll call awesome.

Hear and download the podcast here…

Categories: case_studies, powerpoint

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