April 19, 2016 In PowerPoint Presentations
Designing and delivering an effective Business Presentation
An effectively told story creates an illusion and for some time, the listeners feel that they are or should be a character in that story. A good story teller sometimes keeps his tone low and sometimes high to maintain the interest of his listeners. With his body language and gesticulation, a good story teller can change a boring story into an interesting one. Many a times, interesting stories are made boring with improper tone, no body language, and gesture.
When you are delivering a business presentation, you are actually telling the story of your business. At the end of the presentation, attendees (stakeholders) must feel that they have to be a character (part) of your story (business). A well designed and delivered presentation can considerably boost your growth by winning the confidence of a client. For this, the presentation has to be perfect from every aspect. It should convey the intended idea verbally and visually as well. Engaging content and your presentations skills both play a crucial role in achieving the objective of the presentation. The effectiveness of the visual part depends on the presentation content and that of the verbal part depends on your skills.