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In today’s world of information overload and shortened attention spans, being able to create and deliver more visual presentations using less text is a necessity. Longtime presentation expert and Microsoft PowerPoint MVP will show you how to properly approach your next PowerPoint presentation and design slides that use far fewer words, more effective graphics and ultimately communicate better with your audiences.
This 75 Minute webinar is for anyone who wants to eliminate “Death by PowerPoint," rise above the din of bullet points, and create professional looking slides.
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With more than 20 years of experience in the field of visual communications, Nolan Haims helps individuals and organizations tell better stories with fewer words. He has created thousands of presentations including keynote addresses for Fortune 500 CEOs, TED Talks and multi-million dollar winning agency pitches.
As Vice President and Director of Presentation for Edelman, the world’s largest PR firm, he founded and ran a department dedicated to raising the agency’s bar on visual communication.
Nolan trains organizations to think visually, speaks at national conferences, writes about visual storytelling at PresentYourStory.com, and is a co-host of The Presentation Podcast. As one of only 15 Microsoft PowerPoint MVPs in the US, he regularly advises the PowerPoint development team.
In a past life, Nolan was an award-winning magician and juggler and performed with the Moscow Circus and Vermont's Circus Smirkus before turning to theatre. He directed and wrote professionally, creating stories on stages in New York and around the country for a decade.
He runs his own visual communications consultancy in Montclair, NJ.