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February, 2018 Newsletter
Volume 18 Issue 1

80 Percent Of Presentations At Work Are Delivered Remotely - Here Is How To Get It Right
by Brian de Haaff

The worst thing happens during a big presentation. You get to that important slide, pause for reaction, and... nothing. This can happen even when you and your audience are in the same room. But the awkward pause can feel even longer when you are delivering your presentation remotely. Our team at Aha! is completely distributed. Everybody works remotely. We are all well-versed in best practices for presenting via video meetings. (And no one even flinches when their dog starts yapping at a squirrel.) But the challenges of remote presentations is not just a concern for distributed teams. According to Harvard Business Review authors Scott Berinato and Nancy Duarte... Read More...

Steve Jobs Practiced 1 Habit That Turned Good Presentations Into Great Ones
by Carmine Gallo

Steve Jobs was a master showman. In my opinion, Jobs was the best business storyteller of our time. Every product launch was brilliantly performed. Every move, demo, image and slide was in sync and beautifully choreographed. If I sound like I'm describing a Broadway show, you're right. A Steve Jobs presentation had more in common with an award-winning theatrical performance than a typical product launch. Apple still uses the time-tested formula including the final secret ingredient: Jobs rehearsed relentlessly. When Steve Jobs built product keynote presentations... Read More...

Sorry, Powerpoint: The Slide Deck Of The Future Will Be In AR
by Arielle Pardes

When Peter Arvai founded Prezi in 2009, he didn't set out to topple PowerPoint. He just wanted to see better presentations. With the right tools, he figured, he could help people create visual aids that felt more engaging. Arvai was sick of sitting through slide decks containing walls of text and bullet-pointed lists, listening to the speaker ramble on while the audience squinted at the words on the screen. So he, along with co-founders Péter Halàcsy and Adam Somlai-Fischer, set out to... Read More...

28 Great PowerPoint Presentation Tips
by Ben

Microsoft PowerPoint has been around since 1987 and is by far the most popular presentation tool on the market but many people still struggle to give effective presentations. PowerPoint is often blamed but often this is really a case of a poor workman blaming his tools. Audience polling tools like our ParticiPoll system can add an extra dimension to presentations but what about all the other things that make for a great presentation? Here is our list of tips and techniques to help you deliver a fantastic presentation. Let us know if you can think of any others we should add... Read More...

3 Tips To Maximize Apple's Free Keynote Presentation App
by Erik Eckel

Apple's Keynote is an easy-to-use tool for creating professional presentations whose simplified interface belies its power and capabilities. And, don't let the fact that it's free throw you. With no licensing costs and native iPhone, iPad, and Mac compatibility, as well as the ability for Windows PC users to view and edit presentations using iCloud on the web, Apple's Keynote application deserves consideration. If you're new to Keynote, or if you're considering replacing Microsoft's PowerPoint with Apple's alternative, here are three keys to maximizing Keynote... Read More...


29 PowerPoint Tips, Tricks, and Hacks

I Hate My Company's PowerPoint Template! What Can I Do?

February 7th, 2018

Creating Videos with PowerPoint

Powerpoint Video

Melissa Esquibel

1:00 - 2:15 pm EST
90 Minutes


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