From sales executives to senior directors, PowerPoint is a powerful tool to use for presentations. It allows you to catch your audience’s attention using visual effects.
PowerPoint is also highly recommended for speakers that may find presentations stressful. It can help overcome the fear of public speaking by making the audience focus on the PowerPoint rather than the presenter.
One other way that PowerPoint can be beneficial to the presenters is by using the slides as keynotes and control the flow of the presentation.
Let’s look at some of the reasons why PowerPoint is still important in business:
- It’s controllable
By the visual help that PowerPoint provides, it is easier to set a theme and reassure that the performance of the presentation is running smoothly. Also, by the variety of tools offered, the presenter can decide which part of the presentation is worth focusing on.
- It engages with the audience
By putting the right content onto the slides (such as graphics, images, videos), it will allow the audience to create a fuller picture in their mind and remember the key message more.
- It can help you persuade
Whether you are trying to sell a new idea to your colleagues or persuade your clients to invest in your proposal, PowerPoint will help you improve your presentation and maximise the power of your story.
How can we help you get started?
At UMG Training, we provide the ‘Mastering PowerPoint’ training course which can help you build compelling presentations for use inside or outside the business.
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If you can’t make the date of this course, we can run this course In-House at your organisation or a venue of your choice, on a date to suit you. Bringing your team together for a group training event is a great team-building exercise, and we work closely with you to develop a bespoke training agenda that is completely tailored to your organisation’s requirements.
Contact our In-House Training team on [email protected] or call 0800 542 9414 to find out more.