Create Visual Presentations That Elevate Your Message And Engage Your Audience
We have all experienced the pain of sitting through a bad PowerPoint presentation. The slides are packed with too many words, the font is illegible, and it’s filled with terrible ClipArt. We promise ourselves we won’t make the same mistakes, but creating a deck that’s informative, engaging, and nice to look at can feel like an impossible task.
Whether you’re pitching to investors or convincing your boss on the value of a new project, you need to know how to make a good PowerPoint presentation. Moxie’s PowerPoint presentation training will give you all the presentation design tools you need to create eye-catching and unforgettable decks that will help you promote your ideas, win new business, and inspire others.
In this fast-paced age of smartphones and free wi-fi, presenters have to fight harder than ever to grab and keep their audience’s attention.
But with the guidelines, concepts, and techniques in our PowerPoint training, you can confidently deliver well-organized, eye-catching presentations that will skyrocket the impact of your message.
How to keep bullet points from killing your presentations
How to use the Billboard Theory for your visual presentation
Building a narrative arc that persuades, informs, or teaches your audience
How to get organized and build a storyboard for any visual presentation
Design Deadly Sins: Learn how to avoid common mistakes that ruin most presentations
Colors, Fonts, Animations—understand the fundamentals of good visual design
Learn how to strategically combine visuals and keywords to create presentations that stick in your audience’s mind days after they’ve seen it.
People prefer absorbing visual information. Leverage your PowerPoint slide design to create standout presentations that instantly resonate!
Share your message in a way that allows you to build real connection and rapport with every person you present to.
This course requires no artistic skill. But afterwards people might confuse you for a graphic designer when they see your presentation slides!
Visual presentations should be entertaining! We’ll teach you to build a narrative that inspires your audience and brings your presentation to life.
Stop fearing data visualization! You’ll learn how to present even the most complex, dense data in engaging and digestible ways.
Great public speakers aren’t born, they’re trained. Presentation design and visual storytelling skills are learned through practice. Founder Fia Fasbinder blends her on-stage experience and training at the most prestigious performing arts institutions with science-backed public speaking methods to create Moxie’s unique and effective approach.
Our brains are hardwired for specific types of content. The way information is delivered depends whether or not we’ll remember it later. In order to understand how an audience’s brains work, Moxie distilled research conducted by neuroscientists into a comprehensive methodology that will transform your visual presentations.
From Emmy Award winners to certified corporate communications professionals, Moxie’s Master Trainers take the term “industry expert” to a whole new level. When you work with us, you will be learning directly from specialists with decades of industry experience under their belts.
“My trainer and Moxie Institute helped me turn presentations, that were as boring as eating chalk, into something so eye-catching…”
Deputy Chief Operating Officer of Neighborhood Services, City of San Diego
“I just wanted to send a quick note to say THANKS SO MUCH for sharing all your amazing knowledge and talent with me (and the CWT team)…
Director, Business Development at Carlson Wagonlit Travel
“I gave my talk this morning to our Global Leadership Team. This is the first time I’ve ever given a talk without text or bullet points on slides and …
Senior Vice President of Information Technology, Special Olympics
“Team Moxie, I will sing your praises to any and all who will listen. I recently received an award for Industry Rising Star and I am certain…”
VP of Global Medical Affairs, Accufocus