7 parts of a great presentation

Bruce Spurr of WebofImpact has generated a few useful tips on client-oriented presentation creation:Due Diligence – know the client see the presentation from their perspective:

  1. Instruct and Evoke rather than inform
  2. Examples to back up every statement
  3. Show and understanding of their issues and perspective
  4. Be plainly honest
  5. Use diagrams, images, anything but words. Use words as a last recourse when an idea can be presented no other way
  6. Make the presentation available online for the client immediately after meeting
  7. Tell a story, don’t just show the end result

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