Wednesday, October 21, 2015

One Slide Only

Get to the point

Too many PowerPoint shows consist of a massive deck of slides. The audience leaves either overwhelmed or wheeled out unconscious from the overload.

Elliot Masie is the head of the MASIE Center is an international e-lab and ThinkTank located in Saratoga Springs, NY.

He is hosted a seminar called Learning 2005

One feature of the sessions was a presenter's limit of only 1 page.

Think about this limitation the next time you are asked to lead a meeting.
"Every session at Learning 2005 will be limited to ONE PAGE (a slide, a poster, a mind-map, a single question or even just one word!)

Each facilitator of a case study, discussion, conversation or Radar Screen session will be asked to create a GREAT "1 Pager". It might be a single question such as,

"What is the impact of increased Compliance on Quality and Budget for Training?"

Or, it might be a mindmap of several concepts. Or, a graphic. Or, a simple list of Do's or Don'ts. But, it will just be a "1 Pager"!

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