A good presentation speaks directly to the audience’s needs and keeps them interested from start to finish. When it comes to the number of slides and the amount of text you include, keep only what’s necessary to communicate the core idea.

Reader's Feelings
  • Unsure
  • Impatient
  • Curious
Our Tone
  • Informative
  • Compelling
  • Accessible
  • Engaging

Important Things to Remember:

Effective presentations start strong and end strong. Consider the audience’s needs and craft an opening that will resonate and keep their interest

Text on slides should be minimal and summarize key talking points in succinct, memorable language.

All text should be formatted for readability. Avoid using multiple fonts and sizes.

Make sure presentations are easy-to-follow and have a coherent structure. It may help to create an outline slide to present first so the audience knows what to expect.

Include stories to engage your audience and spark an emotional connection.