Very seldom do we get the chance to start with a clean slate and create a presentation from zero. In a business setting we are usually well supplied with company presentation material, our own and others. When that material isn't working for you, or your slides are too busy but you are unsure how to clean them up - here's the answer.
We'll look at the worst kind of non-functional slide and why it sabotages your communication instead of supporting it. Then we'll do a quick and effective clean-up, taking away the clutter and leaving something that works for you, even if it isn't beautiful yet. A few key rules can be applied to many of your existing slides to improve them in just a few minutes.
It's one thing to know that you shouldn't have long bulleted lists and that images are better than words, but how do you fix this? We'll show you!
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.