Coding Your Presentation – Three Rules to Make Your Talk More Interesting

Are your presentations harder to follow than spaghetti code? Do your PowerPoint slides look like data dumps? Presenting is similar to writing code – using the wrong structure gives you poor results. Many technical presentations are boring because the speaker doesn’t know the three rules that make a topic interesting to both technical and non-technical audiences. Attend this presentation to: • Hear how to keep your audience’s attention by using the three “cons” • Learn the most effective ways to open and close your presentation • Find out how to make your “big idea” remembered, repeated, and retweeted • Discover effective ways to establish trust and rapport with your audience • Understand how the three-second rule works for PowerPoint slides You’ll see before and after examples of how simple structure and content changes can turn a boring talk into an interesting presentation.