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Thursday, June 17, 2021, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 9:30 am

Interviewed by Gavin McMahon

Leadership Storytelling

Leadership Storytelling
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When people have common context, our shared opportunities are markedly better.

— Ronan Dunne

Great leaders are great storytellers.

Ronan Dunne

Ronan Dunne
    
Ronan Dunne is a great storyteller. A proud Irishman, Ronan leads Verizon’s global consumer business based in the US. Always generous in sharing his wisdom, Ronan had a conversation with us about his experience, focusing on the connection between leadership and storytelling.

Excerpts from that conversation follow.

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Tuesday, June 15, 2021, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 10:00 am

We first look at the new Word for the Web feature that creates PowerPoint slides from Word documents. We also have a small conversation with Mohit Anand from Microsoft. In our ongoing Presentation Management series, James Ontra and AlexAnndra Ontra look at how you can create a story for business. We’ve updated our content on font substitution issues within PowerPoint and we explore three ways to overcome such problems.

We also bring you quotes, press releases, and templates from the last few days.

PowerPoint and Presenting News: June 15, 2021

PowerPoint and Presenting News: June 15, 2021

Stay informed about updated tutorials and happenings related to PowerPoint and presenting.

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Monday, June 14, 2021, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 9:15 am

We already looked at getting started with the Morph transition in PowerPoint. In this next tutorial of the Morph transition series, we will look at using the Curve line tool to create some drawings. These drawings can be duplicated on subsequent slides, and edited slightly in each slide. The results can differ depending upon what you draw. While it will be great if you have artistic skills to draw within PowerPoint, it doesn’t matter if you cannot draw. We will also provide a sample presentation and video walkthrough to help.

Using the Morph Transition with Curve Shapes in PowerPoint

Using the Morph Transition with Curve Shapes in PowerPoint

Quickly create animations using the Curve line tool and the Morph transition in PowerPoint.

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Tuesday, June 8, 2021, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 10:00 am

We first bring you a feature on getting started with the Morph transition in PowerPoint. We next feature Judd Albrecht of PresenterMedia, who talks about their HD video backgrounds that can be customized and used in PowerPoint slides. Kyle Murtagh of Toastmasters explains how you can make your feedback inspiring. We also bring you our review of AKVIS Refocus AI, a Photoshop plug-in and a standalone image program.

We also bring you quotes, press releases, and templates from the last few days.

PowerPoint and Presenting News: June 8, 2021

PowerPoint and Presenting News: June 8, 2021

Stay informed about updated tutorials and happenings related to PowerPoint and presenting.

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Wednesday, June 2, 2021, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 8:30 am

By Kyle Murtagh, Toastmasters International

When you are about to receive feedback on your performance, how do you feel? If you’re a bit stressed your reaction won’t be unusual.

Tense, worried, and slightly scared is typically how people feel before they are given personally prescribed feedback. For the person providing the evaluation, breaking through this emotional blockade can be challenging; if this is approached in the wrong way, the goal of the feedback—to improve performance—can be more difficult to achieve.

How to Make Your Feedback Inspiring

How to Make Your Feedback Inspiring
Image: Pixabay

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