The file size of PowerPoint decks can grow very quickly when you add pictures. Under most corporate environments large files can't be emailed. In this video (based on a real life situation) I show you a trick to deal with this problem.
When creating a slide deck, you need to clearly determine whether you are creating a presentation deck, a dialogue deck or a reading deck. Your answer will determine the amount of information that should put on the slides. Pick the wrong one and your presentation might end up being a disaster.
When interviewing for jobs, more and more people are being asked to “put together some slides about them” to present to an interview panel. I recently helped two colleagues of mine with this task so I thought I’d give you some tips about how to handle this situation.
Architects communicate in a very visual way through scale models. In business however, millions of people rely on PowerPoint to get their ideas across. Given the role it plays in daily communications, PowerPoint is more than a software tool. It's a leadership tool that can help you paint a picture of your ideas to effectively convey your story.