NK SUNDARAM
Soft Skill Trainer / Hr Consultant - India
ACT
Training, Motivational Speaker, Writing,
KVE
Trainer

Thread Started by #KVE

Dear all:
I'm working with a corporate firm as an Individual Contributor leading the Training & Development department. I've been just asked to prepare 2-3 slides showcasing all the accomplishments over the years for my department/team? High level and eye-catching numbers would be a nice way to show this as well as graphs. This will be used for a company wide presentation during the US team visit where we want to recognize the contributions of each team.
Please guide/help. I've never done this before. Just got a day!!!!
Regards,
KVE
15th November 2017 From India, Pune
Hi
The first thing to do is to list out what you think are the major achievements of your team / department. Gather relevant data to back up these achievements. Ideally get your team members to also do the same exercise so that you can ensure that critical information that may have slipped your mind is also captured by you.
Now try to put the data gathered in a structured manner taking care to ensure the accuracy of the data. Analyze the data and see how impactful your department has been and how critical a role you have played in the growth of your corporate over the years.
E.g.
How many training programs have you organized each year.
Categorize your training under broad heads like Personal Development, Senior management programs, functional training etc.
Number of participants who have attended the training.
Can you also get data on increased productivity / cost savings / reduction in wastage etc. due to training?
Frame your slides based on the above. If possible prepare graphs that can visually capture your teams good/ excellent performance.
Also have a slide on what new plans you have in the pipeline and how you plan to enhance your teams contribution to the organizational growth, employee satisfaction & engagement and profitability.
15th November 2017 From India, Mumbai
Thank you ACTfor your time and attention to this post. I really appreciate it.
15th November 2017 From India, Pune
Hi Kate
TY for replying and for your appreciation. Very few respond like you did.
Best wishes for your presentation
Jacob
16th November 2017 From India, Mumbai
In addition what our professional friend has advised, please keep back-up data supporting your statistics, just in case the visiting team ask for clarifications. Do not project big tabulated statements on your PPT. Keep only the final numbers. Next slide can be elaborate but can be hidden. Just in case somebody seek details, you can unhide the next slide and show them. Let the slides be simple, without noisy animations. Less number of colours, less crowded... slides will be much appreciated. Uniform fonts, limited colours, simple contrasting background and font colours will make your slides more appealing.
Best wishes
18th November 2017 From India
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