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Five Outstanding “Presentation Skills” PowerPoint Presentations

PowerPoint is a tool that, when used well, can make a presentation look and feel more engaging, more professional and more “sticky.”  Unfortunately, very few presenters use PowerPoint well.

I’ve been spending some time on Slideshare recently, looking for some inspiration for some upcoming presentations.  Here are five well-designed PowerPoint decks that I’ve found interesting for two reasons:

1)      The slides are well-designed, simple and clean – a good model for anyone gearing up to put some PowerPoint slides into their presentations

2)      The content of the slides is focused on different aspects of presentation skills

[slideshare id=32924&doc=skills-for-presenters-16003]

[slideshare id=9470410&doc=vp-110929060444-phpapp01]

[slideshare id=7669569&doc=trainingthatrocks-110418195823-phpapp02]

[slideshare id=13959919&doc=5tipsforpresentingtoexecutives-120813124313-phpapp02]

[slideshare id=381185&doc=making-it-sticky-1209552811291283-8]

How close can you come to designing clean, engaging, simple slides like these for your presentations?

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