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Influencing with Visuals- Onsite

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Course description

Influencing with Visuals

Influencing with Visuals (Onsite)

Presentations are critical to selling your ideas and driving people to action, yet most fail to connect with their audience due to distracting visuals and poorly displayed data. When this happens, you’re almost guaranteed to lose your audience’s attention and, worse, your one shot to influence decisions.

Whether you’re working on a quarterly business review, a product update, or a customer pitch, you need a laser-focused approach that promotes your key points. But the reality is, we often leverage slides from colleagues and design presentations that may look pretty, but lack a cohesive narrative.

Influencing with Visuals teaches teams how to design presentations that organize information into visual messages that are easy to scan and therefore, memorable. Not creative? No problem. With clever use of basic presentation design principles and PowerPoint shortcuts, we’ll show you how to think like a designer—without being one.

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Who should attend?

Business professionals from any industry—typically individual contributors to manager/director level—who need to up level their ability to communicate ideas visually using presentation software, such as PowerPoint.

Training content

Learning Objectives

  • Transform a “weak” slide into an “influential” one with clear and meaningful visuals using time tested presentation design principles
  • Connect with executives in your audience by exploring how they think and what they want to see in your presentation
  • Create a dialogue, not a monologue, using non-linear slides to “pivot” during a meeting
  • Apply a visual slide strategy for building presentations that are persuasive and compelling
  • Leverage a “grab and go” visual slide library to jumpstart ideas and reduce presentation development time

Why choose TPC?

98.8% of participants say our training is a worthwhile career investment

4.93 out of 5 overall learner satisfaction scores

80% of our clients are repeat customers


Average rating 4.8

Based on 463 reviews.
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13 Nov 2019
Useful information and interactive!

I liked learning about all the fast ways to improve my PowerPoint/presentation skills. I found everything to be very useful and will absolutely use it going forward. I also like...

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13 Nov 2019
Great order to the program.

Helpful PowerPoint shortcuts that will help save time on fixing up some details. It was also helpful to apply the skills we learned to transform bad slides into good slides; par...

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13 Nov 2019
Help target your audience!

Utilizing various visual elements to step up your presentation and gear it more towards your audience. Having the guides on PowerPoint and the shortcuts within the program makes...

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The Presentation Company
12725 SW Millikan Way Street
97005 Beaverton Oregon

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At the Presentation Company (TPC), we believe many talented businesspeople are unable to move their careers forward because they don’t know how to communicate strategically. Instead, they lead with facts, data, and lots of bullet points. In 2001, we set...

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