Thanks to all of the Premfina team for listening to my talk in Sofia.
I hope you found it useful. Below are a few resources that you might also find useful.
If you'd like to connect with me on LinkedIn, just pop along to linkedin.com/in/davidhensonpresents.
You might also like to join my Facebook group, Presentation Perfection on which I post a lot of helpful stuff relating to presentations. Just go to facebook.com/groups/presentationperfection.
I hope you were all able to grab a copy of the handout I produced. My case was certainly a lot lighter going back to the UK!
In case you didn't here is a link to a PDF version of the handout.
Don't forget about the slide challenge!
Take one slide from a presentation that you or a colleague has done and improve it. Remember to make it work for the audience, complement what the speaker is saying and get the important point across.
Send both the original and your improved version to me at email@example.com along with an explanation if you want.
If you want any help as you are doing it, ping me an email with any questions.
I'll give feedback on all slides submitted to me and don't forget, there will be a prize for the best one.
You'll remember I spoke about my acronym RICE.
Here's a blog post that I wrote that covers it in more detail. It also includes the payment process slide that I showed during my talk.
And this is how to do it right - using more slides and making it congruent with the message you want to get across to the audience.
Take a look at the video here.
I mentioned the importance of fonts and how the choice of fonts can influence the tone of your presentation.
If you want to use a different font, you should embed it in the presentation so that it is portable from one device to another. Here's how to do it.
It's important for a professional company to behave professionally when using images and to make sure that all images are used legally.
Here's another blog post that covers what I was talking about.
You may use a corporate colour palette but if you want to use your own palette, here's a video that explains how to set up a colour palette in PowerPoint to help give you that consistency of colour across your presentation.