Give Meaning to Information
Make your next presentation meaningful and relevant for your audience
How do you get a large amount of information across to your audience without overwhelming them? In this session we’ll show you how to take lots of information and transform it from bullet points to valid and interesting concepts. The key is a four step process that you can apply to any handout or slide. We show you before and after case studies. Plus we’ll share how to use insight statements so that every concept you communicate is meaningful to your audience. You’ll walk away with new thinking regarding how you provide information going forward.
What you will learn:
- A four-step process for making information meaningful
- The importance of one key message per slide
- How to filter what you are going to say so it is relevant
- How to answer the question, “What does it mean?
- How to identify the six frameworks of meaning and how to use them to help tell your story
- How to use shapes and smart art more effectively to communicate your concepts
- How to share your insight (examples, stories, experiences, opinions, thinking or approach) to move your audience to understanding or action
Session Length: One Hour
I was impressed with the significant
improvement I saw in just one day
with our group. All their comments
about the program were very
favorable. We look forward to working
with you again in the future.
Jackie McMartin, Group VP of
Wagner Spray Tech
I am seeing tangible benefit
from your training with my team.
Several in our group have
considerably improved their
My satisfaction level is very high.
Bob Paine, VP Regional
Dairy Queen International