By Tom Nixon
Recently I got the chance to see a video of Elaine, the vice-president of the company I was beginning to work with, present to a room of prospective clients. Slide after slide went by, each filled with 5-10 bullets. Elaine read the full text on every one to her audience. I am sure those possible clients sitting in that room were neither impressed with Elaine nor with her message about her company.
Too much (bad) PowerPoint — not enough Elaine.
It is easy to create a mediocre presentation in PowerPoint. Simply take …Read More