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Storyline #5 - Project Presentation

Lesson 14 from: Create and Design Memorable Presentations 

Andrea Pacini

Storyline #5 - Project Presentation

Lesson 14 from: Create and Design Memorable Presentations 

Andrea Pacini

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14. Storyline #5 - Project Presentation

Lesson Info

Storyline #5 - Project Presentation

this lesson is for those who often present their projects. Perhaps you want to present a project you've been working on or a project that you may want to work on in the future and every time you present a project, consider that you always need to have a car, a car, context actions results, context actions results and you need all of them. Why? Because say for example that I'm giving a project presentation to you if I give you the context and the actions, but no results, you will ask me well, have these actions been successful? What are the results if I give you the context and the results? But no actions where you will ask me, how did you get to these results? You want to see the actions, if I give you the actions and the results without the context, you will ask me but why did you do that? What was the context? So you always need to have the three of them context actions and results. And this storyline works very well, both for past projects and for future ones. For example, for a pas...

t project. The storyline is look here was the context, this is what we did and this is what we achieved context actions and results for a future project. The storyline is look, this is the context, this is what we are planning to do and this is what we're planning to achieve. Always context actions and results. For example, we used this storyline with a client who was part of a company that had an idea to tackle the housing challenge in one country in Africa, and they were pitching to some potential investors because that's what they needed in order to be able to implement the strategy. And so we worked together to develop that car which looked like this in the context. They explained the magnitude of the housing challenge with all of the data numbers that investors wanted to see in the actions. They explained how they were planning to tackle their challenge and they had a strategy focused on three areas. And then in the results, they explained the positive impact that this project would have on the population and the business in terms of more houses for families, more jobs for local people, and also the positive business impact for them and for the investors. And then of course, they had a call to action, which was the ask for funding and there was a successful page. So remember every time you are presenting a project you need to have a car context actions and results in the next lesson I want to share with you how you can combine some of these storylines together. I'll see you there

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Exercise #1: ABC - Understanding Your Audience
Exercise #2 - Define Your Objective
Exercise #3: ATR - Brainstorm To Find Your Key Messages
Exercise #3: Mind Map - Brainstorm To Find Your Key Messages
Exercise #3: Traffic Light - Brainstorm To Find Your Key Messages
Exercise #4: 70 Words
Exercise #5: Storylines - Develop Your Storyline
Exercise #6: Storyboard - Sketch and Design Your Visuals
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julie haskett
 

I was just beginning to create a series of presentations when I noticed this course. Serendipity! I thought I knew what I was doing, but learned some great techniques. More importantly I learned what NOT to do. Now I have much more confidence in the process.

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Exceptional course. Very well organized and taught. The course was engaging and practical, with clear actionable approaches, examples, and activities from beginning to end.

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