PowerPoint®: Design Best Practices

Presentation specialist Heather Legge will show you how to use powerful PowerPoint® design features. You will learn time-saving techniques and visual design principles that will have participants saying “Wow!”

What You'll Learn

  • Principles of visual design
  • Selecting effective design elements in PowerPoint
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Training Overview

Is your PowerPoint® design the best it can be? Use proven techniques to create more compelling slides.

Presentation design has changed. Audiences no longer have the patience to sit through text-heavy slides filled with bullet points.

You can apply modern design techniques to create slides that will command attention. Excellent visuals will give you the confidence you need to report information, share a vision, facilitate collaboration, or make a sales pitch.

To discover how to easily transform your slides into works of art that will keep your participants glued to you and the screen, please join us for the upcoming webinar:

  • Principles of visual design
  • Selecting effective design elements in PowerPoint

We are offering the [5-Part Series] How To Make Better PowerPoint® Slides here.

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Who Should Attend?
  • Everyone who creates and gives presentations
What's included
Training includes
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • All resources and training materials
  • This session is a part of the How To Make Better PowerPoint® Slides Series.

Expert Presenter

Heather Legge
  • Certified executive coach and keynote speaker
  • Founder of Envision Success Inc.
  • Author of Lead With Moxie
  • Senior Training Specialist for InterAction Training
  • Worked with hundreds of leaders in organizations of all sizes
  • Spent over 15 years in multiple industries transforming organizational performance through business analysis, project management, training, and employee development
  • Master's degree in business administration