Effective Business Presentations with Powerpoint

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About this course: This course is all about presenting the story of the data, using PowerPoint. You'll learn how to structure a presentation, to include insights and supporting data. You'll also learn some design principles for effective visuals and slides. You'll gain skills for client-facing communication - including public speaking, executive presence and compelling storytelling. Finally, you'll be given a client profile, a business problem, and a set of basic Excel charts, which you'll need to turn into a presentation - which you'll deliver with iterative peer feedback. This course was created by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP with an address at 300 Madison Avenue, New York, New York, 1…

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When you enroll for courses through Coursera you get to choose for a paid plan or for a free plan

  • Free plan: No certicification and/or audit only. You will have access to all course materials except graded items.
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About this course: This course is all about presenting the story of the data, using PowerPoint. You'll learn how to structure a presentation, to include insights and supporting data. You'll also learn some design principles for effective visuals and slides. You'll gain skills for client-facing communication - including public speaking, executive presence and compelling storytelling. Finally, you'll be given a client profile, a business problem, and a set of basic Excel charts, which you'll need to turn into a presentation - which you'll deliver with iterative peer feedback. This course was created by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP with an address at 300 Madison Avenue, New York, New York, 10017.

Created by:  PwC
  • Taught by:  Alex Mannella, Alumni / Former Principal

Basic Info Course 4 of 5 in the Data Analysis and Presentation Skills: the PwC Approach Specialization Level Beginner Commitment 4 weeks of study, 3-4 hours a week Language English Hardware Req You'll need Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 or newer and Excel 2013 or newer to complete this course. How To Pass Pass all graded assignments to complete the course. User Ratings 4.5 stars Average User Rating 4.5See what learners said Coursework

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Syllabus


WEEK 1


Preparing a Presentation



This course is about presenting the story of the data, using PowerPoint. You'll learn how to structure a presentation and how to include insights and supporting data. You'll also learn some design principles for creating effective PowerPoint slides with visuals displaying data. Though application based exercises, you'll gain foundational communication skills - including public speaking, professional presence and compelling storytelling. Finally, you'll be given a client profile, a business problem, and a set of basic Excel charts, that you will use to create a presentation. You’ll receive peer feedback that you can use to enhance future presentations. This course was created by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP with an address at 300 Madison Avenue, New York, New York, 10017


13 videos, 5 readings expand


  1. Video: Welcome to Course 4
  2. Reading: Course Overview and Syllabus
  3. Reading: Meet the PwC Instructors
  4. Discussion Prompt: Meet Your Classmates
  5. Reading: Case Study and Materials
  6. Video: Welcome to Week 1
  7. Video: The eight-step approach to prepare for a presentation
  8. Video: Step 1 - Know your audience and Step 2 - Know your purpose
  9. Discussion Prompt: How do you get to know your audience?
  10. Video: Step 3 - Structure the body of your presentation
  11. Reading: Outlining and Wireframing
  12. Video: Step 4 - Plan how you will start your presentation
  13. Video: Step 5 - Plan how you will end your presentation
  14. Video: Step 6 - Prepare your visual aids
  15. Video: Step 7 - Anticipate the questions you may be asked
  16. Discussion Prompt: When do you field questions during a presentation?
  17. Video: Step 8 - Practice your presentation
  18. Video: Presenting on short notice
  19. Discussion Prompt: Preparing for a presentation on short notice
  20. Reading: The eight-step approach to prepare for a presentation
  21. Discussion Prompt: When is it appropriate to change the order of the eight-step approach?
  22. Video: Week 1 Closing
  23. Video: A Message from our Chief People Officer at PwC

Graded: Week 1 Quiz

WEEK 2


Communication styles



This week, we will be covering the different types of communications styles. You’ll start off by gaining an understanding of your personal professional presence and learn how to maximize it. You’ll learn about verbal and nonverbal communications, and strategies to enhance your questioning and listening skills. We will also discuss how differences in culture can impact how you communicate.


9 videos, 1 reading expand


  1. Video: Introduction to Week 2
  2. Video: Maximizing your professional presence
  3. Video: Communicating with confidence
  4. Video: Verbal communications
  5. Video: Non-verbal communications
  6. Discussion Prompt: How do verbal and non-verbal communications impact your message?
  7. Video: Cultural Considerations in Communication
  8. Video: Culture and Presentations
  9. Reading: Tip Sheet: Communicating with confidence
  10. Video: Questioning and listening skills
  11. Video: Week 2 Closing

Graded: Week 2 Quiz

WEEK 3


Creating effective slides using PowerPoint



This week, we're discussing how to create effective slides using PowerPoint. You’ll learn about the tools available within PowerPoint, how to structure your storyline, create storyboards, identify primary elements of slide design, display data and finalize your slide presentation. There is a peer review activity where you will apply the skills learned and create a storyboard. Finally, you will also get a chance to identify errors in a presentation to test your knowledge of standard industry practices.


9 videos, 5 readings expand


  1. Video: Introduction to Week 3
  2. Video: Introduction to PowerPoint (2013)
  3. Reading: PowerPoint Practice Activity
  4. Discussion Prompt: What other tools have you used to create a presentation?
  5. Video: What type of deck should you use?
  6. Video: Structure your storyline
  7. Reading: Types of logic
  8. Video: Creating a storyboard
  9. Reading: Tip Sheet: Storyboarding
  10. Video: Primary elements of slide design
  11. Reading: Slide writing guide
  12. Video: Displaying data
  13. Reading: Tip Sheet: Displaying data
  14. Video: Finalizing your deck
  15. Discussion Prompt: What experiences do you have using cloud based presentation tools?
  16. Video: Week 3 Closing

Graded: Create a storyboard in PowerPoint
Graded: Identifying errors in a deck exercise
Graded: Week 3 Quiz

WEEK 4


Delivering a presentation



This week, you’re going to build and deliver a presentation to your peers, and receive feedback from them. You will create a presentation of about 10 slides, employing the guidelines and industry best practices that have been discussed in this course. You can use the presentation storyboard that you created last week, which your peers have reviewed and given you feedback on. Review what you’ve developed so far, and make changes or additions that you think will enhance the presentation. Once you’ve finalized your presentation, you will present it in a video using your smartphone or computer. Once you’re satisfied with the PowerPoint presentation and video, you will be submitting both for peer review. You can use this feedback for current and future presentations that you will make during your career.


2 videos, 2 readings expand


  1. Video: Introduction to Week 4
  2. Reading: Final course simulation
  3. Reading: Best tips for recording your own video
  4. Video: Week 4 and Course Wrap-Up

Graded: Simulation Validation Quiz
Graded: Delivering your final presentation

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