Devising the Perfect Presentation

As frequently said, “The information is more important than how it looks.” However, if the information is presented in such a complicated way to which no one pays attention, then how good is the information?

Authors Pat R. Graves and Joyce Kupsh offer business executives, educators, students, and others with “Presentation Design and Delivery: Be Professional and Effective,” a handy book for becoming a powerful presenter.

How presenters communicate information to an audience either raises or lowers their credibility and impacts their ability to influence others. Presenters will realize that learning to use presentation software is not enough. “Presentation Design and Delivery: Be Professional and Effective” educates readers on how to think visually; understand the basics; work with text and color; illustrate with pictures, diagrams and charts; add movement and sounds; plan a presentation; select equipment and arrange room layouts; and finally deliver the presentation.

Short, concise, and filled with colorful illustrations showing key concepts, the book has 10 informative chapters that provide a quick but thorough approach to aid in the preparation and delivery of a presentation.

For more information, contact Xlibris at (888) 795-4274 or on the web at www.Xlibris.com.

As frequently said, “The information is more important than how it looks.” However, if the information is presented in such a complicated way to which no one pays attention, then how good is the information?

Authors Pat R. Graves and Joyce Kupsh offer business executives, educators, students, and others with “Presentation Design and Delivery: Be Professional and Effective,” a handy book for becoming a powerful presenter.

How presenters communicate information to an audience either raises or lowers their credibility and impacts their ability to influence others. Presenters will realize that learning to use presentation software is not enough. “Presentation Design and Delivery: Be Professional and Effective” educates readers on how to think visually; understand the basics; work with text and color; illustrate with pictures, diagrams and charts; add movement and sounds; plan a presentation; select equipment and arrange room layouts; and finally deliver the presentation.

Short, concise, and filled with colorful illustrations showing key concepts, the book has 10 informative chapters that provide a quick but thorough approach to aid in the preparation and delivery of a presentation.

For more information, contact Xlibris at (888) 795-4274 or on the web at www.Xlibris.com.

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