I’m pleased to announce the 3rd annual Outstanding Presentations Workshop!
This year was have an almost-all-PowerPoint MVP* lineup, top experts who will give you the knowledge you need to transform your presentations.
I was educated, motivated and inspired. I am glad I found you! Many thanks. -Tracy Scott
Every presentation was meaningful and helpful. Now I know I have resources to help me engage my audience. – Donna Hains
When is the Workshop?
It runs weekly on Tuesdays, from September 18 through November 13 (with no session on Tuesday, October 9). All sessions start at 11am Pacific Time, 2pm Eastern Time. (When you sign up, you’ll get a link to the full schedule, which has a link for the time anywhere in the world.)
Each presentation will be approximately an hour, but we’re happy to run over a bit if there are lots of questions.
The presentations will be recorded and you will be able to access them for 2 months after the date of each presentation.
Who will speak?
Here is the outstanding schedule:
9/18 – Rick Altman, Presentation Summit host, “Real-World Makeovers”
9/25 – Sandy Johnson, PowerPoint MVP, “Creating Your Own Graphics”
10/2 – Glenna Shaw, PowerPoint MVP, “Designing Games for Learning”
10/9 – NO SESSION (PRESENTATION SUMMIT)
10/16 – Ric Bretschneider, PowerPoint MVP, “10 Evil Little Secrets about PowerPoint”
10/23 – Geetesh Bajaj, PowerPoint MVP, “Handmade Slides”
10/30 – Echo Swinford, PowerPoint MVP, “Create Charts That Don’t Make Their Eyes Bleed”
11/6 – Julie Terberg, PowerPoint MVP, “A Theme Runs Through It”
11/13 – Ellen Finkelstein, PowerPoint MVP, “Make a Lasting Impression by Visualizing Business Concepts”
How much does it cost?
In order to make this a viable event that can continue for a long time, we charge a small contribution of $US7 for the 8 sessions. These presenters can charge hundreds or thousands of dollars for their expertise; this is an amazing value.
How to I join the workshop?
Just go to OutstandingPresentationsWorkshop.com. We look forward to your participation!
*MVP stands for Most Valuable Professional. It’s a Microsoft award for independent experts who share their technical expertise and real-world knowledge of Microsoft products with others. There are 33 PowerPoint MVPs in the world and 9 in the United States.