5 PowerPoint Myths Busted!


Tingley Presentations
Webinar Recording Details
  • Date and Time
    Wed, Aug 31, 2022 at 9AM Pacific / 12PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
  • Cost
    $0 (Free)
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PowerPoint, some people shudder at its name. If you are someone who does that, I would challenge you to take a closer look at this incredibly powerful tool.

In the hands of someone who understands basic design principles, not only will a PowerPoint presentation keep your audience engaged, but it also leaves a lasting impact. And isn't that the goal? Whether you want to make a sale, teach a subject, or just share information, the whole point is to make your presentation memorable.

It is time to stop making presentations that fit the "we've always done it this way" mold and thinking of PowerPoint as a tool that generates awful, boring slides. The tool never creates anything on its own.

In this webinar, you will get a chance to see five PowerPoint myths busted. Eliminating these bad design practices will immediately improve the impact your presentation has on its audience.
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About Cindy Tingley, CPS

Cindy Tingley juggles many roles, but they are all tied to her main passion, which is creating and delivering fun, engaging content for learners, and teaching others to do the same. She is vocal proponent of utilizing presentation design to deliver maximum impact and retention to the audience, and eliminate the dreaded “Death by PowerPoint.” 

As the owner and "Chief Presentation Evangelist" at her consulting and training company Tingley Presentations, Cindy specializes in showing others how easy it can be for anyone to become a great presentation designer by simply applying basic design principles.

With a background that includes information technology, theater, and broadcast radio, Cindy has been able to pool her many skills into a well-rounded career in learning and development and training delivery, both in-person and virtual.

She is also a proud member of the Presentation Guild, where she is currently serving as Events Director.

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