In a world where we are bombarded by information, targeted by mass media and social networks, what can we do to make our message heard? How can healthcare, DTC and consumer marketers dimensionalize communications in a way that draws attention and focuses learning to important information and messaging?
Data visualization provides an increasingly powerful means to not only communicate information clearly and effectively, but the wise will consider it critical to help position their companies and brands in digital marketing today.
Building on a previous post: “Pharma: No More Bullets Please“, here are seven points that can help improve your next presentation to an FDA advisory committee. (These tips will also apply to other important upcoming presentations) Continue reading →
This week, I came across two presentations that made me stop and refocus my thoughts on writing and delivering effective and engaging presentations. The first was a terrific five minute video interview of author Carmine Gallo (The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs: How to Be Insanely Great in Front of Any Audience) outlining the 5 points he attributes to Steve Job’s incredible success as one of today’s most engaging speakers. The second was the announcement that “Health Care Napkins”, created by Dan Roam with Tony Jones, was the winner of the “World’s Best Presentation 2009″ bySlideshare.netand Business Week.
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The 5 Techniques that help make Steve Jobs a truly great presenter:
1. Introduce an antagonist. Every presentation is a theatrical experience: “Every great drama has a hero and a villain.” Steve Jobs explains the problem and leads the way for the hero… Continue reading →