Often, presenters undermine their own credibility by using visuals that are outdated and boring.
With the influence of TED talks and Pecha Kucha format presentations, using slides as visual support in 2016 means that your audience are expecting rich, interesting, hi-resolution images with a word or phrase that captures the concept or idea the slide is acting as a mental placeholder for.
The rest is up to you as the speaker to cover the detail and story of the slide with the words that you use.
Here’s a free downloadable template designed specifically for training and facilitation professionals who run communication workshops using Jungian-based colour profiling models. (It’s filled with hi-resolution images that capture the concepts covered in a colourtalk. workshop).
Download and enjoy!