The Architecture of Presentations

  • An interactive learning experience with a multimedia delivery.
  • A flexible number of participants.
  • Exercises for application of learned information.
  • Three part follow up to extend engaged learning.

The ability to present is a key, but the connection to the design of the program completes the picture. Great presentations are journeys, they challenge the participants, capture the imagination and create a different reality.   Structured correctly, they can turn information into knowledge.  There is an architecture to the creative process of developing impactful and memorable presentations.  Great presentation skills and a well-designed journey can change everything.

What You Will Learn

EXPLORE: This is learning the right way to do an “idea dump”.  It is here you accumulate the ideas that
will become your presentation.

CREATE: This begins the actual process of creating the presentation.

MAPPING: Lay out the information in a logical manner to match the program’s objectives.

SENSING: Where are the opportunities to connect to the senses?

FARMING: The search for creative methods and images to develop meaning.

HIP: History Is Predictable – Look at the result as though it already happened.  Shift your perspective from
sender to receiver.