Add Interest In Your PPT
PowerPoints aren’t dead, but we do have a responsibility in how we use this tool. For the good of our audiences we must design and create our presentations to be engaging and interesting. Presentation slides are a tool, back-drop and resource to emphasize and reinforce our message. Two ways that you can add interest into your PowerPoint, is by 1) Arranging your text points, with the animation feature and 2) Set up slide transitions. The following video demonstrates how you can add these interest features in your presentation design. [Video, Podcast & More, within this Blog Post]
- Bonus Tip: Screen Recording 00:09
- Text Animations 01:00
- Slide Transitions 8:17
- What It Looks Like 10:17
- Bonus Tip: Camera Shy 12:25
Patricia with Regier Educational Services, helping you reach and engage the variety of learning personalities in your audience. Education includes a Master of Adult Education, a BA in Psychology, and twenty years experience developing and facilitating workplace, community and collaborative training. Utilizing teaching adults best practices, and innovative multi-media resources to emphasize your message. As a content creator, speaker, and facilitator, learning experience design ensures that the variety of people in your audience are engaged.
For those of us who are responsible for a PowerPoint presentation: consider making updates to our current presentation slides. Give your tools a tune-up or make-over. Use tips from our blogs, videos and podcasts, and attend our upcoming workshop. Hire help from a content creator (myself or someone else), and help represent this valuable tool, the way it should be represented. If you are a professional speaker charging for keynotes, do your slides represent what you are charging for your talk?
PLEASE help your PowerPoint slides and you will be helping all of those who want to hear your message AND those who don’t want to be there, but you can change their minds!
What We Do
Expertise: Multimedia Content Creation, Engaging Variety Learning Types
Patricia helps leaders (professional speakers, facilitators, entrepreneurs, course creators) have greater impact with their audiences. She excels in creating outside the box innovative learning experiences, training resources/tools, and multi-media content that engages your audience, getting results. Patricia can help you incorporate the right amount of variety into your presentations, course/training materials and promotional content so you connect with your audience, employees & customers. Learn how to “reach and teach” the people that currently ‘tune out’ during training sessions and instead provide an experience that lights them up with enthusiasm, so they can apply what they learn.
Patricia creatively combines theory with practical experience. She has a Master of Adult Education and twenty years working with a variety of sectors on inter-agency partnerships and learning resource development/facilitation.
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Patricia Regier is a speaker, facilitator, consultant and content creator. Passionate about helping Facilitators Engage Their Audience and create engaging learning experiences. Help people light up, not tune your out. Expertise in content creation & learning resources tools across mediums, which engage your learners/audience/employees. Master of Adult Education and BA in Psychology pairs academic knowledge with practical experience.
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