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3 Tips to Creating the Most Engaging Presentations

When you have a lot of data to present to your audience it can be difficult to make these presentations interesting for them. This doesn’t mean that looking at data is boring, but putting the information in a visual way has a lot to do with how engaged your audience will be with your results. Here are some tips on how to make each presentation more engaging.

1. Use graphs, instead of numbers or tables

Whenever possible use colorful graphs to present data. Using too many numbers or tables can be difficult for your audience to follow along or understand the point you are trying to from those numbers.

2. Focus on insights, not just data

Your audience will be more engaged in learning what the data you collected means and how to put it into action than just looking at the numbers. Always remember to give a handout of a copy of the numbers, but when you make your presentation is better to focus on the insights you learned from that data, again to keep your audience engaged.

3. Use consistent layouts, but have fun with design

Try to make your presentation consistent in the different design elements you use (fonts, colors, etc.) to prevent your audience from getting distracted by too many changes. But don’t forget to have fun with design, think of visual ways you will find the content engaging like infographics.

These are a few tips that have worked for me in making my presentations better and more engaging for managers and board members. I hope they work for you!

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