1. Lights Up
Avoid turning the lights down during a presentation. If your visual support requires a darkened room, ensure it’s not long enough for them to take a nap!
2. ‘Be’ the visual…
Use your arms and eyes and expression to show us the size of the fish you caught or how quickly your suggestions will improve things.
3. Less is more
Visuals must be designed to be easily read and understood. Eliminate unnecessary words and pursue only one or two visual concepts at a time.
If you’d like to develop your presentation skills, consider: