» » Relational Presentation: A Visually Interactive Approach, 2007 Edition

Download Relational Presentation: A Visually Interactive Approach, 2007 Edition fb2

by Robert Lane
Download Relational Presentation: A Visually Interactive Approach, 2007 Edition fb2
Skills
  • Author:
    Robert Lane
  • ISBN:
    0979415624
  • ISBN13:
    978-0979415623
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Aspire Communications (September 1, 2007)
  • Pages:
    410 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Skills
  • Language:
  • FB2 format
    1838 kb
  • ePUB format
    1601 kb
  • DJVU format
    1558 kb
  • Rating:
    4.2
  • Votes:
    604
  • Formats:
    doc docx lrf txt


Relational Presentation book.

Relational Presentation book.

I have been reading this book: Relational Presentation by Robert A. Lane and Chantal Bosse. What a bad move that was! Because this is a book to do, not a book to read. If you want to move beyond bullet points, then this is where you can start. This is the "how-to". The tone of the book is constantly encouraging and it will give you the practical details at the level you need, whether you are a beginner, or already a user.

Relational presentation (also known as visually interactive presentation) uses standard presentation software such as Microsoft PowerPoint or Keynote in a way that, unlike most presentation structures.

No current Talk conversations about this book. Work-to-work relationships.

This book extract is from Relational Presentation: A Visually Interactive Approach, a book describes . Relational Presentation methods completely change the way speakers use presentation software such as PowerPoint.

This book extract is from Relational Presentation: A Visually Interactive Approach, a book describes all aspects of a presentation style known as Relational Presentation. With this approach, a presenter does not simply advance from slide-to-slide, or bullet point-to-bullet point, as is the case with standard performances.

book by Robert A. Lane.

Visually interactive presentation combines the use of high-quality visuals and intelligent slideshow design to create PowerPoint slideshows that are far more interesting and engaging for viewers and more effective, reusable, organized and flexible for presenters than traditional slideshows. Visually Interactive Presentation is an approach to PowerPoint presentation that combines the use of high-quality visuals and intelligent slideshow design.

Relational presentation (also known as visually interactive presentation) uses standard . Robert Lane went on to further refine the techniques in a book entitled Relational Presentation: A Visually Interactive Approach.

Robert Lane went on to further refine the techniques in a book entitled Relational Presentation: A Visually Interactive Approach. Other individuals such as Chantal Bossé, Andre Vlcek, and Dr. Karen Picus have applied the concepts to corporate training, sales, and higher-education teaching respectively.

This book explores the Relational Presentation process, where a presenter has dynamic, random access to hundreds, or perhaps even thousands, of visually rich slides while presenting. Instead of robotically advancing through a single linear slide show full of bullet points, he or she can illustrate spontaneous thoughts on-the-fly, answer audience questions, skip or add material, and otherwise sculpt a message to the situation at hand, all while using the same PowerPoint software everyone else is using. Relational presenters approach an audience very differently compared to most speakers. Their style is conversational, flexible, and responsive. This book is a graduate-level, full-course textbook with hands-on exercises and more than 500 full-color illustrations throughout. It also features a link and password readers can use to download associated digital files and course resources. This version of the textbook is designed for use with PowerPoint 2007. Learners apply the methods gradually to their own presentation materials, creating a structure that resembles a Web site, yet formed exclusively with PowerPoint.

Coidor
Relational Presentation - A visually interactive approach - Condensed Edition for PowerPoint 2007

I have been reading this book: Relational Presentation by Robert A. Lane and Chantal Bosse

What a bad move that was!

Because this is a book to do, not a book to read.

If you want to move beyond bullet points, then this is where you can start. This is the "how-to". The tone of the book is constantly encouraging and it will give you the practical details at the level you need, whether you are a beginner, or already a user. I enjoyed the detail on creating effects - the information is there for you to use powerpoint to create stunning rich media effects.

But the revolution in this book lies in the concepts of creating a database of material to use wthat will give you an incredibly powerful flexibility when you present. We no longer need to be constrained by a linear slide show. Be free to pull up the slides that will support your responses to questions, change the whole direction of the presentation based on your assessment of audience needs. Here is the opportunity for speakers to "relate" to the audience in all of the ways that they could before they were bound by the traditional bullet point use of powerpoint.

There is a wealth of material supporting the strategic thinking and structural dynamics that support this concept, but to me, the strength of the book lies in two things:

the reassurance that this powerful use of powerpoint can be implemented with confidence

and the practical detail that suppports it.
TheFresh
I admire the hands-on approach of this book. Today, however, this poses a disadvantage such that this book is geared to PowerPoint 2007, and the latest PowerPoint version is 2016; the screenshots shown don't match those users of a later (2010, 2013, or 2016) PowerPoint version will see. I suggest the author continuously update this book to stay current with the latest PowerPoint version.