How to Give a “Knockout” Presentation. Willis Jensen SOS Seminar February 28, 2006. Outline. General Guidelines Slide Do’s and Don’ts Handouts Powerpoint Navigation Delivery Do’s and Don’ts How to Handle Questions Final Thoughts. Disclaimer
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I don’t claim to be an expert, I’ve just had to do a lot of presentations and have seen a lot of presentations (both good and bad)
While at 3M, I learned presentation skills and subsequently taught sessions on this as part of Six Sigma training
A good presentation is a “POPTA” presentation
What does POPTA stand for?
Questions (Not just
Top Ten Lists
Etc.Slide Do’s and Don’ts
For example . . .
A pace breaker can do this for your audience