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Free presentation template

Submitted by on Wednesday, 11 July 20125 Comments

For those who need to make presentations at work, we decided to upload this free presentation template taken from our Presentation Talent! 2 day programme.

One of the challenges in making presentations is being able to gather and organise information and knowledge – the subject matter you want to present.

For many people, this process is arduous and time-consuming – which is why we decided to upload the free presentation template. You can download the free presentation template here.

How to use the template

First off, start with the impact message (1) – this is the key message you want to get across in no more than 9 words. If you want to find out more about using Impact Messages effectively, we have covered this in another post here.

Note you are working backwards from your thinking process. You will have already brainstormed the content before arriving at the central point. Have a look at the diagram below.

Free Presentation Template

Next, move on to your main points (2) – this is where you break your presentation into 3 key areas that link to your impact message. Here, you are giving more credibillity and rationality to your presentation.

Lastly, fill in your sub-points (3). This is the specific detail backing up the main points. For example, your sub-points could include highlights of a spreadsheet, a chart, or technical data. Some presentations may only need one or two sub-points.

It’s that easy!

And that’s it! A powerful presentation template completely free. Of course, if you would like to make best use of it, remember to check in to our Presentation Talent! programme. Meanwhile, why not subscribe to our blog to receive other free resources like this one!

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5 Comments »

  • Thanks for this template. I have scribbled out a similar version of this from a slide i had a long time ago, but this one is way better. What I find useful is the layers of three’s.

    Three main points reinforced with 3 sub-points.

    Take 3 of these slides add a start and an end and you now have the ideal 7 slide presentation for your audience.

    How to pitch a telecom voip solution to a prospective customer?

    Flesh out the top three themes of Increased Productivity, improved simplicity and Total Cost of Ownership

    Cheers

  • admin says:

    Hey, thanks John – I’m glad you found the presentation template useful.

    Yes, rule of three – in a diamond – so summarise what you’re going to say in three points, say the three main points, then summarise again.

    Your VOIP example nails it!

    Nick

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