Posts Tagged ‘powerpoint’


Seth’s Hierarchy of Presentations

Posted by  admin —April 16, 2009
Filed in Just observations, Vizual Thinking

Seth Godin just wrote this blog post called the Hierarchy of Presentations I like the plain language Seth uses so I turned his post into a slideshow. Geoff. Seth Godin’s Presentation Hierarchy View more presentations from Geoff Brown.

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Black Saturday

Posted by  admin —February 24, 2009
Filed in Creative Stuff, Just observations

Most people around the world have heard about the recent Victorian Bushfires. For me, and my family and community, it has been a time reflect and morne and also a time to work out what it all means for us. Our community is on the edge of the Otway National Park and is a community at high risk of bushfires. We were just plain ‘lucky’ not to see a fire on Black Saturday. I have been sent a slideshow about a beuatiful garden of sculptures that was lost to the Marysville and fire … some random images and a poem …

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Training – Insanely Great Slidehshow Presentations

Posted by  admin —January 8, 2009
Filed in Facilitation, Vizual Thinking

This one-day training will equip you to create Insanely Great Slideshow Presentations. As a facilitator of workshops, I see more presentations than most – and many can be easily improved. After all, it’s all about communicating your message to the audience. This training is hands-on and uses your own real-life example – a slideshow that you have prepared already or one you have to give soon. We will help you unearth your core messages and prepare slides that support those messages. Delivered by Viv McWaters and Geoff Brown, experienced facilitators and presenters, you will learn about the effect on the …

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