Pillar 3 – slide preparation

Presentations must have slides; even if it is not in the benefit of the presenter, the audience finds it easier to follow if there is a slide highlighting the various points being brought up. I am aware that some traditional presenters stay away from slides. I would advise against not using them; they are a necessity.

The real work towards getting your presentation on paper starts with the preparation of slides. The things that would be brought forth during the presentation are first brain dumped onto the slide and then spoken about during the presentation. It is important to note that slides must be used as a guide for presenters and the audience to follow and not as a reading material for the presenter. Slides must ...

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