This short course describes the five simple rules for making good slides. Apply them when you make new slides or when you need to re-use old slides.
Learn to judge the amount of information an audience can take in and how to present it in the most easily digestible way. When you have slides that conform to these rules you have a great starting material for the design tips in the course "How to design super-prfessional slides." Above all, you have slides that will work for you and are well worth using again and again.
Throughout a career that started with a PhD and nine years in academic cancer research, followed by nine years in business development and marketing, Rhiannon has held hundreds of business presentations and spoken at numerous international conferences. From small meeting rooms to spacious stages, she's tried it all. Public speaking started as an obsession, became a passion and has now been her full time occupation for over eight years. She lectures and holds workshops in presentation technique for all kinds of audiences.
Rhiannon specializes in the Life Science, Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical business areas and has spent many years helping newly started companies (in all kinds of business sectors) formulate their elevator pitches and prepare investment pitches.
Her native language is English and she is fluent in Swedish.