Dear All, Please see the ppt and provide me with a feedback. Regards
From India, Delhi

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Rahul Chhabra
Hr Professional
Mukesh Tank
Company Secretary
Ranjit Powar
Personality Development
Tariq Pervaiz
Policies, Sops,
Gunjan Kiri
Mis, Recruitment
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mukesh tank

Hey Friend, Very good ppt. I liked the concept of Drinking Problem. Regards CS Mukesh TANK
From India, Mumbai
Rahul Chhabra

Dear Arpee,

Unlike the aforesaid, i would be a bit critical. Following is my feedback:

1. The content is really nice, specially the "drinking problem" analogy.

2. Any ppt we make has a specific objective and the same has to reflect on the slideshow too. Please mention a specific objective of your Ppt.

3. Slide 3 mentions about body language, however in latter slides there is nothing about Body Language.

Communication is a vast topic and includes both Verbal and Non-Verbal Communication. If we are only covering Verbal Communication, it should be named Verbal Communication.

4. Though white looks sober, try and use a professional looing template.

5. Some of the slides look a bit cluttered because of the extensive content on it. Try not to write the entire thing on the ppt. Also use Arial or Times new Roman as font, comic sans gives an unprofessional look.

6.Assumption/perceptions should have been the first point.

7. there are a lot of formatting issues.

I am sorry, bt as i said; i wud be a bit critical.


Rahul Chhabra

From India, Delhi
It will be better if you just leave Key Works on each slide. As an audience I cannot see the tiny words on the slide when you use Overhead Projector to show your slides,maybe font 30 will be better.
From China, Shanghai
Tariq Pervaiz

A good effort, just check few misspells. Will be nice to explain challenges at the end. Overall a good presentation. regards, Tariq Pervaiz TradeKey Pvt. Ltd.
From Pakistan, Karachi

Hi Ishu,
Good Presentation. There could be some parts where improvement may be done though:
1) Some slides have too much text, use the presentation to enable you to present. You should be everything for the presentation, not the ppt. Rehearse such that you see the pointers on the slide and you give the explanation to the audience. Else audience gets engrossed in reading whats written on the slides.
2) Use "Roleplay" for techniques such as questionning.
3) Merge slides 16 and 17 into one
4) Slide 18 - the word 'hear' is spelt as 'here'. Please change. Also split the big paragraph into pointers
5) Place the content of each slide in a 'content holder'. You could template the slides using custom templates of yourself.
6) Have the last slide as 'Thank You' or ' Q&A'
7) Overall a good presentation once again. As covering communication is huge, better subtext the title as Communication(verbal)

From India, Bangalore
RE: Communication skills ppt (5steps) i m able to download ur ppt.there is some should i get this?cud u plz snd it to my e-mail.i need that prsntasn vry badly.
From India
At First, Thanks for sharing with us.... Really very Appreciable...... But if u r going to present in front of Professionals please use professional way..... That would be much impressed......
From India, Bangalore

A real innovative presentation which allows varied interpretation depending upon the speaker’s skills and capacity. I liked it
From India, Madras
Oh ! It is a good ppt made on communication skill training topic. In short & smily style a presentation is very nice. Thanks for sharing. Sunil Wagh HRD
From India, Thana

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