Effectively present despite PowerPoint projectors on and off goes the multimedia show with charts, tables, bullet lists, and occasionally rocking animations. This keeps the audience at the bar and impressed the boss. A mistake, because everything what you achieve is boredom, refusal and not impressed listeners. The communication expert Anita Hermann Ruess shows how despite PowerPoint informative and inspiring presentations make. Hardly a medium suitable for better, to talk to his listeners into a trance, as the duo video projector and PowerPoint. A technique that was originally intended to make life easier for us presenting, has becomes independent – perhaps precisely for this reason -.
Open PowerPoint and enumerate all in key words and expand it a little. That goes fast and is easy – and is so tempting. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Jane C Figueiredo. As long as your competitor is also present and your participants know only this standard, you can go ahead so no big loss, because in free competition, that’s it if you just a little bit is better than the competitors or the opinion of opponents. Do you know this situation? Sit as a participant in a presentation. Room: darkened easily.
Quietly humming the beamer. Front: a man. He handled with cables and connectors. Around you: Colleagues, your superiors. You give a coffee and sit back sceptical and closed. Amidst the murmur, man begins his presentation there. On a bright big screen is: “Welcome!” He looks at the wall and repeat what you have already read: “Welcome”. The participants sink deeper in their chairs. What comes, you guessed it: the professional film battle of the bullet. Well structured, with perfect pictures, animations, even with video and 3D graphics. With lots of text, with many advantages, with apparently high benefits for you and your colleagues and superiors. Master with one designed by a prestigious advertising agency. The film pops up slowly, expands and shrinks when the output again, while in the semi-darkness one monotone voice reads the charts with the many enumerations, overlooking starr focused on the brilliant films.