Why Most PowerPoint Presentations Suck (Third Edition) download epub
by Rick Altman
Rick Altman is one of the most widely-read authors on graphics and presentations in the world, with 15 titles to his . Rick-after reading the book twice, I feel as if I know him personally-does a good job of reminding us that PowerPoint is the vehicle, but the presenter is the driver.
Rick Altman is one of the most widely-read authors on graphics and presentations in the world, with 15 titles to his name. He is the host of The Presentation Summit, an annual learning event for presentation professionals, and a presentations consultant to companies and government agencies around the world. So ultimately a good or bad presentation is what the speaker makes of it.
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Rick Altman is a presentation consultant based out of Pleasanton, CA. Rick has been hosting end-user . Rick has authored 15 books on presentations and graphics, including Why Most PowerPoint Presentations Suck. Rick has been hosting end-user conferences since 1989, and is well known as the host of the annual Presentation Summit conference. He has a strong sense of the needs of the presentation community.
Most PowerPoint presentations suck. In fact, he wrote a highly rated book with exactly that in the title: Why Most PowerPoint Presentations SUCK; and How You Can Make Them Better. So I know he’s the right guy! Download the free eBook with all 10 tips from this interview, plus 2 BONUS tips.
most people get no more than a half-hour of training time with PowerPoint before they are tasked with making what is likely to be a first impression of themselves or their company. Издание: 3rd ed. Язык: english.
com/ Charles’ recommended books for this year’s Summertime Presentation Skills Reading List are Rick Altman's Why Most PowerPoint Presentations Suck and How You Can Make Them Better, Terry Irwin and Julie Terberg's Perfect Medical Presentations, and Gay Kawasaki's The Art of the Start. Read all three of these books this summer and you’ll be a better presenter by the Tuesday after Labor Day. For more information on presentation skills, visit CharlesGreene.
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Rick has been helping folks create better talks for more than 25 years and notably authored the popular and Why Most PowerPoint Presentations Suck. Join us for this special webinar to ask Rick your questions about PowerPoint. What you will learn at Tuesday’s webinar. Ways to print handouts. Examining the reasons people print handouts. Making smarter slides. Your questions for Rick.
In this conversation, Rick talks about his updated book, Why Most PowerPoint.
com. why-most-p. ick Altman has been hired by hundreds of companies, listened to by tens of thousands of professionals, and read by millions of people, all of whom seek better results with their presentation content and delivery. He covers the whole of the industry, from message crafting, through presentation design, slide creation, software technique, and delivery. Altman Devamını Gör.
Category: Computers & Technology
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 3rd ed. edition (June 15, 2012)
Pages: 344 pages