I will be presenting an international webinar on Thursday, February 28 at 1 pm Eastern:
PowerPoint presentations have become a vital part of both internal and external communications at pharmaceutical and medical device companies. Whether you are from regulatory affairs, charged with presenting information on how to comply with new requirements to the manufacturing team or you are from a small medical device company presenting your product to possible investors, your presentation could mean the lifeblood of your organization. Not only do executives use presentation slides to make pitches to stakeholders, but doctors also use them to present information at meetings and conferences too.
The truth is that most presentation slides are deadly, if not fatal. In order to get your message across you need to know how to break through the fog by creating effective presentations.
During this webinar expert Dr. Elizabeth Frick, will help you streamline your next presentation and polish your presentation skills. You will learn how to structure and organize your message for a PowerPoint presentation, combine effective verbal and visual message, avoid common PowerPoint pitfalls, and use the technology to your advantage.
In 90 minutes, you will discover how to:
- Better structure and organize your message
- Synthesize your visual and verbal messages
- Avoid the deadliest sins of PowerPoint®
- Navigate through your slide show and manage the technology to your advantage
- Avoid the most common presentation mistakes (where to stand for maximum impact; how to handle questions; how to provide yourself with maximum backup in case of equipment failure)
- Handle questions and provide yourself with maximum backup in case of equipment failure
For one low price, you and your entire team can take part in this fast-paced, insightful webinar. Best of all, you’ll be able to connect personally with our speaker, Dr. Elizabeth Frick , when we open up the phone lines for live Q&A.
To learn more or register, visit the Elsevier page for this webinar, or e-mail me at email@example.com.