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Whether you’re presenting new data or unpacking “the next big thing,” you have a story to tell—and no one wants their presentation to fall flat on the (meeting room) floor.

In this story clinic, Creative Director Tim May shares common ailments afflicting your presentations—from the nonsensical circular explanation to the bloated PowerPoint deck. He’ll explain how to help your message connect with the internal organs of your audience and give you practical tools to diagnose and treat common presentation pitfalls. 

 

During this webinar, you will learn:

  • How to use classic storytelling devices to revive even the most boring of presentations
  • Proactive steps to diagnose and treat a struggling presentation

All registrants will receive a limited time replay link of this webinar. 

 

Plus, you’ll get a special bonus for attending live: a PDF and digital board of new storytelling frameworks never previously shared publicly.

Presenter

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Tim May, Creative Director, XPLANE

Tim has been telling visual stories his entire life. As a designer for XPLANE since 2008, Tim has inspired a cult following of doodlers, visual thinkers, storytellers, and facilitators from all walks of life. In his role as Creative Director, Tim oversees XPLANE’s skilled design team and contributes heavily to client work and brand and thought leadership through webinars, workshops, and courses. 

 

His larger-than-life facilitation style has helped broker alignment among the most divergent of viewpoints. He frequently helps clients simplify their thinking to tell more compelling stories, with a particular focus on vision, strategy, culture, and process.