INFOGRAPHIC: three steps to the perfect presentation

Sitting through a bad PowerPoint presentation can be a tough experience for all involved. BlueNotes received a great response to Paul Edwards' recent piece showing how to rethink your approach to presentations, kicking off a great conversation in the comments and on social media. 

" Great stories have characters and events. Who are the characters in your story?"
Paul Edwards & Jennifer Farmer, manager operations strategy at ANZ & editorial producer at BlueNotes

Now the conversation continues. Below, we bring you an infographic explaining how to create an engaging presentation in three simple steps. 

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Paul Edwards is manager, operations strategy at ANZ and Jennifer Farmer is editorial producer at BlueNotes. 

(PLEASE NOTE: not Paul Edwards, GM corporate communications at ANZ and Publisher of BlueNotes although Paul liked the article and has considered laying claim to his name-sake's work.)

The views and opinions expressed in this communication are those of the author and may not necessarily state or reflect those of ANZ.

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