Inspiring vision and strong mission statements are parts of defining contemporary companies culture. Presenting those statements to your team members in a catchy way, be can be a challenge, but we’ll help you here 🙂 See several examples of vision and mission illustration in a PowerPoint presentation.
A roadmap is a great tool for graphical representation of short- and long-term plans and strategies. You can show all the steps in details or create a general roadmap which will show the way from the present situation to your future goals.
In this blog, I’ll walk you through a step-by-step guide on how to create a visual roadmap slide in PowerPoint quickly.
In this article, we will give ideas for how to illustrate business growth with images. You can literally show your clients, peers, (and any other audience) that you’ve made progress or that you aspire to a goal.
Stories make the best presentations
Have you ever been forced to sit through a dull presentation? Do you worry when you have to present to clients, coworkers or superiors that your talk will be boring? Even if you need to present dry information, you can have an engaging talk. All you need to do is tell a good story.
Do you want to add eye-catchy intersection diagram to your presentation? In this blog, we share a few inspiration ideas for creating Venn chart in PowerPoint.
We’re all working in teams. If you are a project manager or team leader, it’s inevitable to understand all the stages of group development, recognize the phase where your team is at the moment and be able to visualize them.
Is the Outline Style a Rising Trend?
Have you seen graphics with outlines? See the picture below – where we compare the same icons in simple flat style and as outlined symbols.
Who Needs to Give Better Presentations?
Who can benefit from presentations in the medical field? Nurses and doctors, pharmacists and medical administrators – they all have colleagues and coworkers who could benefit from further training or additional knowledge.
Does your presentation contain the idea of hidden versus visible? Consider using an analogy of an iceberg image.
This blog illustrates where and how you can use the iceberg diagrams. Make your presentation easier to remember by explaining visually invisible roots of various problems.
Doing a slide or a presentation dedicated to emotions description? We’ve prepared a few tips how to show emotions in a professional way using PowerPoint.