Whether you present professionally or if you're just looking to get inspired for your next PowerPoint/SlideShare presentation, look no further. We've compiled a list of five of the best PowerPoint/SlideShare presentation examples.
These best practice approaches will help you get on track to improve your presentation and deliver a one-of-a-kind experience for your audience.
Your attendees will thank you, your colleagues will praise you and you'll congratulate yourself for delivering a high impact presentation. Check out the SlideShares below.1. "Fix Your Really Bad PowerPoint"
Based on the ebook, Really Bad PowerPoint (and how to avoid it), by marketing visionary Seth Godin, this presentation clues us in on some tips to help fix - what many can consider as - “horrible PowerPoints.”
Of course, you can also expect some great takeaways about marketing and sales from the marketing guru himself.
2. "What Would Steve Do? 10 Lessons from the World's Most Captivating Presenters"
Brought to you by the team at HubSpot, this presentation provides actionable tips delivered in a visual way. It features lessons - using examples - from some of the great presenters of our time. It helps explain the importance of storytelling and using simple visuals to help show your audience the message you have in mind.
3. "How I Got 2.5 Million Views on SlideShare," Nick Demey
Nick Demey has created powerpoint presentations that have gotten over 2.5 million views on SlideShare. In this deck, he shares some tips and tricks for creating awesome presentations to help you potentially achieve the same thing.
4. "10 Powerful Body Language Tips for Your Next Presentation"
Have you ever wondered about how much body language can affect a presentation? This PowerPoint talk provides body language tips that will help change the way you present.
The design and overall aesthetics of this PowerPoint is also something to keep in mind when designing your next presentation.
5. "5 Killer Ways to Design the Same Slide"
Design plays an important part in creating a captivating presentation. It can potentially be as important as the content itself - when trying to get a point across. Visual communication is a major way people receive information during presentations. This quick powerpoint shows you a few different ways you can design the same slide ( that's all centered around the same content) depending on what you want your presentation to accomplish.