This is the next to last article in my series on how to take your presentation to a higher level.
It’s done by adding layers.
Go to 5 layers to raise the level of your cruise ship presentation to start at the beginning of the series.
Delivering on the promised topic is fundamental. Do that well and you can’t go wrong.
Let your presentation tell a story and you have added a new dimension.
Tells stories that are memorable and drive your presentation home and you will rise above the rest.
Let your slides also tell a story … take you audience on voyage and you will have engagement at a whole new level.
Finally, individual slides within your presentation can tell a story as well.
Here’s an example of a slide I use when I tell my audiences that not only can they influence the world of others, they can and will change their own world.
But the slide says something else.
It takes hard work, diligence, cooperation and a global mindset if you really want to move the world. The slides says that. Not me.
I have on any number of occasions had people comment to me on my message, on the message they heard that they didn’t expect, on the slides and images that supported my presentation, on the story my slides told and on individual images within my presentation.
When I have all those elements ringing, I have deep engagement, a layered presentation that takes me to a different plane.
What am I missing?