In most presentations, you will have an Agenda or Contents slide at the start of your document. This slide provides an overview of what will be included in the document, serving as a table of contents.
I use a very simple and clean style in creating this slide. Have a look.
This diagram itself is just a 1 column table. Each row represents a section. I like to use bullets. For the subsections, I indent the row and change the bullet. Page numbers can be added to the far right of each row using tabs.
I then leverage this exact slide to use as separator or transition slides. Here’s an example.
You can download this PowerPoint template for free here (http://learnppt.com/downloads/agenda-contents/). Enjoy.
You can also download a free PowerPoint plugin called Flevy Tools that creates commonly used consulting diagrams: http://flevy.com/powerpoint-plugin. Flevy Tools allows you to dynamically generate Gantt Charts, Harvey Ball diagrams, approach diagrams, and other diagrams. For the time being, it’s a completely free download.
Questions, thoughts, concerns? Go to my site (learnppt.com) and shoot me an email.
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