Virtual Slide Presentation Guide
Management of the visual focus relationship during virtual presentation is greatly enhanced by crystal clear verbal direction.
Presenting with a Whiteboard
Establishing a clear physical pattern when presenting at a whiteboard can inform an audience when and where to direct their attention. Line Focus, Stance, and Plane work in combination to manage an attention relationship that allows for silence and pauses as you add content to the board.
Presenting alongside a screen is an omnipresent challenge in both business and academic environments. We can use our Fundamental Skill Set to direct the focus relationship between our verbal and visual presentation content.
Power Point and Line Focus
Line Focus is one of several Points of Influence that we can employ when facilitating a PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoint and Level
The Level relationship between presenter and presentation screen is a factor that can be countered with the use of Line Focus, Horizontal, and Plane.
PowerPoint and Plane
Plane is one of several Points of Influence that we can use to facilitate a PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoint and Horizontal
Horizontal is one of several Points of Influence that we can use to facilitate a PowerPoint presentation.
Presenting with a Visual Aid
Poster presentations require that a presenter create a dynamic audience experience from a static visual aid by using the tools of physical composition.