I just posted a video on YouTube called “A Quick Lesson in Effective Presentations.” In 2 minutes and 12 seconds, you’ll learn how you can revolutionize your slide design—and as a result, your presentations.
I’ve been teaching this method, in more detail, of course, for some time and have been so pleased to see the results in people’s presentations. I’ve taught it in webinars, workshops, and private consultations.
Here are a couple of comments I received from half-hour consultations:
“Ellen’s consultation was a huge help! Her answers to my questions about Powerpoint–questions for which I could not find answers in the help files–were very clear. And I appreciated the opportunity to go over an actual presentation with her. She had several very good and easily implemented suggestions. She also got me started on developing pet ideas for a couple of new, animated slides, that will really enhance the presentation. All in roughly half an hour! Thanks Ellen!” – Neil Dickie
“Ellen, I wanted to let you know that your consultation was very helpful. You showed me simple ways to make a presentation more professional and powerful without making me feel foolish. Your experience and knowledge enable you to pull ideas together quickly and put a new slant on getting to and sharing the important kernel of the story. I appreciate your time and help and would recommend you to everyone as your consultation was a great help.” -Marcia Berkey
Start with the video. If you’d like to know more about how I can help you improve your presentations, read the new Training & Consulting page on my website.