The Challenge

Despite everyone knowing how to use PowerPoint, many professionals don’t have the skills to present their points visually – in a way that managers or decision-makers can quickly grasp information and make decisions.

The Solution

Our ‘We Have a Slide Problem’ programme gives your professionals the fundamental skills to prepare effective slides for their presentations. 

In this ½-day workshop, they’ll work on several slides, learn how to visualise, then clean up their visuals – resulting in slides that are uncluttered, easy to follow and easy to digest.

How We Have a Slide Problem Works

Your professionals will learn how to:
  • Go from text to visuals
  • Use simple conceptual diagrams
  • Highlight key points
  • Effectively use colour, font size, and animations
  • Declutter
We achieve this by giving your professionals:
  • A unique method to take them from text to visual – a method that they can use for the rest of their careers when they have to prepare a slide
  • The know-how to choose suitable conceptual diagrams to visualise their information
  • The skills to highlight pertinent information
  • Best practices for easy-to-apply colour, font and animation
  • A “Never Have a Slide Problem Again” checklist to get their slides ready for their presentations

The Solution

Our ‘We Have a Slide Problem’ programme gives your professionals the fundamental skills to prepare effective slides for their presentations. 

In this ½-day workshop, they’ll work on several slides, learn how to visualise, then clean up their visuals – resulting in slides that are uncluttered, easy to follow and easy to digest.

How We Have a Slide Problem Works

Your professionals will learn how to:
  • Go from text to visuals
  • Use simple conceptual diagrams
  • Highlight key points
  • Effectively use colour, font size, and animations
  • Declutter
We achieve this by giving your professionals:
  • A unique method to take them from text to visual – a method that they can use for the rest of their careers when they have to prepare a slide
  • The know-how to choose suitable conceptual diagrams to visualise their information
  • The skills to highlight pertinent information
  • Best practices for easy-to-apply colour, font and animation
  • A “Never Have a Slide Problem Again” checklist to get their slides ready for their presentations

Who will benefit

This programme will help junior to senior executives to improve their slides. It’s especially useful when presenting to managers and other decision-makers.

Post-Training Reinforcement

If you’re worried about learning retention after a programme has concluded, learn more about encouraging long-term behaviour change through post-training reinforcement.

Your Business Impact:

Productive meetings: When your professionals produce slides that effectively convey information, meetings become shorter, and better decisions are made.

Ideas spread quickly: When it’s easy to create effective and easily understood slides, it becomes easier to communicate information that will impact your organisation.

Faster decision-making: When content is visualised, and slides are clear, it makes it easy for decision-makers to get the information that they need to make an informed decision.

Who will benefit

This programme will help junior to senior executives to improve their slides. It’s especially useful when presenting to managers and other decision-makers.

Post-Training Reinforcement

If you’re worried about learning retention after a programme has concluded, learn more about encouraging long-term behaviour change through post-training reinforcement.

Your Business Impact:

Productive meetings: When your professionals produce slides that effectively convey information, meetings become shorter, and better decisions are made.

Ideas spread quickly: When it’s easy to create effective and easily understood slides, it becomes easier to communicate information that will impact your organisation.

Faster decision-making: When content is visualised, and slides are clear, it makes it easy for decision-makers to get the information that they need to make an informed decision.