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PowerPoint and Presenting Blog

12/09/2016 01:17 PM

TorchMetrics: Conversation with Claudyne Wilder

Claudyne Wilder coaches executives, managers, and salespeople on how to deliver presentations that get to the message. Her clients give compelling, passionate presentations. Her company has an ongoing contract to give her Get to the Message: Present with a Purpose workshop at a Fortune 100 Global Pharmaceutical Company. Claudyne brings a unique and invigorating perspective to her work from her


12/09/2016 01:17 PM

Presentation Guild Survey: Conversation with Sandra Johnson

Sandra Johnson has owned her presentation design business since 2001. As a certified Woman-owned Business Enterprise, she works with individuals and corporations across the globe to ensure that they PowerPoint. Responsibly. Sandra first earned the Microsoft PowerPoint MVP Award in 2008 and is currently among around 40 people around the globe with that distinction. Sandra is a founding member and


12/09/2016 01:17 PM

The State of Financial Presentations 2016: Conversation with Dave Paradi

Dave Paradi has been recognized by the media and his clients as a presentation expert. He has authored eight books and four Kindle e-books on effective PowerPoint presentations. He consults on high-stakes presentations including one used to brief one of President Obama’s cabinet ministers. Dave is one of only fifteen people in North America to be recognized by Microsoft with the PowerPoint Most


12/09/2016 01:17 PM

Choosing between Axis or Data Labels in Charts: by Dave Paradi

Graphs that use a measurement axis, like column, bar, and line graphs, by default have an axis when created in Excel or PowerPoint. One question that presenters ask is whether data labels should be added to the graph. In this article, I want to explain when you may want to consider using data labels vs. using an axis. One thing you don’t want to do is to use both an axis and data labels on a


12/09/2016 01:17 PM

2015 Annoying PowerPoint Survey Results: Conversation with Dave Paradi

Dave Paradi has been recognized by the media and his clients as a presentation expert. He has authored eight books and four Kindle e-books on effective PowerPoint presentations. He consults on high-stakes presentations including one used to brief one of President Obama’s cabinet ministers. Dave is one of only fourteen people in North America to be recognized by Microsoft with the PowerPoint Most


12/09/2016 01:17 PM

2015 Annoying PowerPoint Survey: Conversation with Dave Paradi

Dave Paradi has been recognized by the media and his clients as a presentation expert. He has authored eight books and four Kindle e-books on effective PowerPoint presentations. He consults on high-stakes presentations including one used to brief one of President Obama’s cabinet ministers. Dave is one of only fourteen people in North America to be recognized by Microsoft with the PowerPoint Most


12/09/2016 01:17 PM

Business Presentations Survey 2014

We rarely do surveys - in fact the last one we did was the Business Presentations Survey 10 years ago! And you will agree that 10 years is a long, long time - so that's the reason why we wanted to do this survey again. Yes we wanted to ask you the same questions that we asked a decade ago, and this will help us all (that's all of us) in determining what's changed in a decade! So, follow


12/09/2016 01:17 PM

Prezi/Harris Interactive Survey: Conversation with Peter Arvai

Peter Arvai loves technologies that enable world-changing stories to be shared. In 2008, he joined forces with Adam Somlai-Fischer and Péter Halácsy, an architect and an innovator, to create a more memorable and engaging way for people to share stories. Today, their creation is known as Prezi. Before co-founding Prezi, Peter was already active in the information-sharing realm. In Sweden, he


12/09/2016 01:17 PM

Prezi/Harris Interactive Survey: Conversation with Carmine Gallo

Carmine Gallo is a communication coach for the world’s most admired brands. He has helped transform the storytelling culture at Intel, Coca-Cola, LinkedIn, Chevron, and many others. He is an Emmy award-winning journalist, Forbes.com columnist, and popular keynote speaker on the topic of leadership and communication. In this conversation, Carmine discusses the findings of the Prezi/Harris


12/09/2016 01:17 PM

OfficeReports: Conversation with Torben Laustsen

Torben Laustsen is co-founder of OfficeReports, a PowerPoint add-in that lets you add surveys within slides. His background is that of a market researcher. During the last 20 years, he has focused on research workflows, and how technology can support data collection, data analysis and the reporting of data. In this conversation, Torben discusses Office Reports. Geetesh: How does OfficeReports


12/09/2016 01:17 PM

2013 Annoying PowerPoint Survey Results: Conversation with Dave Paradi

Dave Paradi has been recognized by the media and his clients as a presentation expert. He has authored seven books on effective PowerPoint presentations and he consults on high-stakes presentations including one used to brief one of President Obama’s cabinet ministers. Dave is one of two Canadians, and one of only twelve people in North America to be recognized by Microsoft with the PowerPoint


12/09/2016 01:17 PM

2013 Presentation Impact Survey Results: Conversation with Jim Endicott

Jim Endicott is an internationally-recognized consultant, designer, speaker specializing in professional presentation messaging, design and delivery. Jim has been a Jesse H. Neal award-winning columnist for Presentations magazine with his contributions to the magazine's Creative Techniques column. Jim has also contributed presentation-related content in magazines like Business Week, Consulting


12/09/2016 01:17 PM

Counterintuitive Research Findings: by Carmen Simon

What surprised me in a recent research on memorable PowerPoint presentations. I have recently completed a research study on what makes PowerPoint presentations memorable. 1,540 people participated in the study and after 48 hours, they remembered an average of 4 slides out of 20 slides they viewed. This finding is perhaps expected: unless there is some repetition and enforcement, memory fades


12/09/2016 01:17 PM

Remember Slides Seen 2 Days Ago?

After a typical presentation, how much do attendees remember when they walk out of the room? Are there some parts of a presentation that they remember more, and if that's true, then why? What can presenters and slide designers do so that the audience can have a better memory recall about their message and content? These were the questions we sent to Dr. Carmen Taran earlier this year. Her


12/09/2016 01:17 PM

Annoying PowerPoint Survey Results: Conversation with Dave Paradi

Dave Paradi helps presenters communicate more effectively by using persuasive PowerPoint presentations. He has published over 240 issues of his bi-weekly newsletter, produced more than 70 slide makeover video podcasts and appears in media regularly. Dave recently held his biennial survey on what annoys people about PowerPoint presentations.In this conversation, Dave discusses the results of


12/09/2016 01:17 PM

What Annoys You About Bad PowerPoint Presentations?: Conversation with Dave Paradi

Dave Paradi helps presenters communicate more effectively by using persuasive PowerPoint presentations. He has published over 240 issues of his bi-weekly newsletter, produced more than 70 slide makeover video podcasts and appears in media regularly. In this conversation, Dave discusses his biennial survey on what annoys people about PowerPoint presentations. Geetesh: What is your



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