Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill
Sr. Manager (hr)ntpc Ltd., Noida
Hr Executive
Training Manager
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Thread Started by #Prof.Lakshman

Dear all
I have seen many powerpoint presentations which have very good content but badly presented because we violate accepted standards such as 6 x6 ruleor too many effects etc.
The attached downloadable ppt contains effective tested guidelines so that we can make very professional winning presentations wherever we need them.
Hope it will be of use to many of you who do regular presentations in your companies.
17th September 2006 From Sri Lanka, Kolonnawa

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Respected Prof. Laxman,
I have gone through the Presentation and found quite educative. I believe "positive flows out of negative". It all depends on the Attitude of the person. The PPT shows negatives and if one is able to take care of these negatives positive flows out of it. And that is 'excellence". Please keep sharing such educative materials for all the readers of the CiteHR.
Yours Sincerely,
Satish Kumar
Sr. Manager (HR)NTPC , Noida
12th August 2007 From India, Delhi
Good piece of work with criticalities that we usually don’t take care of............... Regards, Deepa
11th October 2007 From India, Gurgaon
Dear Brilliant compilation... It has given me some new tips in creating effective presentations Regards Sandeep
24th October 2007 From India, Delhi
Dear Prof,
I'm new here and I work as HR/Admin Manager for NGO, but also I'm responsible for PR too. So, I recently I've been involved in preparation of the number of presentation and in order to make them in professional manner, I look through many information in the internet. Very sorry, that I didn't see your presentation that time, as I found it very useful. Nevertheless, I will use ur recommendations further. best,
17th April 2009 From Azerbaijan, Baku
I am working as a HR Coordinator(Back office- Presentation, Documentation,etc.,)
Now only i came to know how to make a good presentation to make the top management feels happy about the prez.
Thanks a lot.
Regards, Guna
23rd March 2010 From India, Madras
Hello Prof Lakshman Madurasinghe,
Very good presentation on the Dos and Dont's of presentation
One another anomaly is that people forget that Presentation is an aid for them.
It is supposed to supplement the Presenter's views.
Often it is pathetic to see people heavily rely on it and read the presentation
as if they read aloud a News Paper.
Thanks for the very good post.
V.Raghunathan..................................... ................ Navi Mumbai
29th November 2012 From India
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