Great presentation design can be difficult to master because it requires the coordination of many elements, including colors, fonts, images, icons and background. While there are a lot of pieces to the presentation design puzzle, don’t be overwhelmed. Let the design principle of “less is more” … Read More..
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Great talent starts with great culture. As Netflix CEO Reed Hastings states at the start of his infamous “Netflix Culture” deck: “Our culture focuses on helping us achieve excellence.”
Indeed, Hastings was one of the first business leaders to publicize how, exactly, he hires, fires and promotes employees. … Read More..
By now you’ve probably heard time and time again that photos have more impact than text, and are (hopefully!) pairing your text with images in presentations. Now, it’s time to take things one step further to maximize your use of photography in slides.
Here are few simple rules to take … Read More..
“Having a Culture Code gives a sense of identity to the organization, and helps strengthen community identity. When such guidelines are embodied into a company’s DNA, each and every person feels empowered and connected by those values.” — Shivam Dhawan, Arbunize founder
While SlideShare can be used as a site for you to upload and share presentations, there are other creative ways to use it as well. Take a look at this experiment by content curation site Scoop.it, which experimented with using SlideShare as a visual blog.
After producing 14 pieces … Read More..
Here’s the problem with PowerPoint. Everyone has access it, and everyone thinks they know how to use it. Unfortunately, the abuse of tools like PowerPoint in our business culture are neglecting opportunities to maximize how the human brain functions best.
With that said, I want to focus this post on … Read More..
By Toke Kruse
Ever wondered why your presentation about planning didn’t result in an implemented project? One reason might be that your plan wasn’t presented in an effective manner.
A well-executed planning presentation should:
– establish agreement
– coordinate actions
– set schedules and timelines
Unfortunately, many planning presentations fall … Read More..
Choosing the right colors for your presentation can quickly become a surprisingly difficult task. It’s easy to know when color combinations don’t look good, but it’s tougher to figure out what actually works. If you don’t know where to start, here are a few things to keep in mind the … Read More..