🧠 Mapped by Meister: Presentation Template

Miša Hennin
Miša Hennin Admin, MeisterLobster, EN Business, Advocate Posts: 1,253 Community Admin
edited December 2023 in Tips and Templates

Hello, Community!

Ready to make your good presentations extraordinary? Introducing our Presentation Template – a powerful tool designed to elevate your presentation game to new heights.

Here's how this template will help you deliver presentations that captivate and resonate:

  1. 🪝 Engaging Introduction: Craft a compelling hook to grab your audience's attention right from the start. Set expectations for what's to come with your agenda.
  2. 👀 Robust Main Content: Break down your key points and support them with supplementary details. This ensures your main content is not only comprehensive but deeply impactful.
  3. 📈 Data-Driven Insights: Back up your content with concrete evidence using statistics and case studies, adding credibility and depth to your presentation.
  4. 💡 Conclusive Summary: Wrap up your presentation with a powerful conclusion, summarising key takeaways for a lasting impact.
  5. Q&A Readiness: Anticipate questions and discussions with the Q&A section, ensuring you're prepared for any curveballs.

This template is tailor-made for professionals seeking a systematic and engaging presentation approach. Whether you're a seasoned executive, project manager, or aspiring speaker, it ensures a logical flow, engaging content, and readiness.

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Comments

  • Richard Vitaris
    Richard Vitaris EN Basic Posts: 45 Star Contributor

    At least in the United States, one of the main reasons to use mind mapping for your presentations is "PowerPoint weariness." People are sick and tired of PowerPoint. Because mind mapping is relatively little-known here, audiences really enjoy it, particularly if you apply Miša's insights and guidance. And what they will love best of all is that it isn't PowerPoint.

    With PowerPoint, audiences either complain that all of the information presented isn't on the PowerPoint, or they complain that there is too much information on the PowerPoint and that the presenter is just reading the slides.

    But if you use MindMeister to create your mind map presentations, you can make your map engaging by adding images and linking files, to include video clips. To keep the map visually appealing and uncrowded, you can embed all of the relevant information in branches, often called subtopics. For people who want everything, you can insert a note into a subtopic which they can click on and read. In other words, you can hide the data to support your insights until you need it. 

    Those who hate a cluttered PowerPoint presentation, will love seeing a mind map with collapsed branches showing only the main topics. I have never had anybody tell me that I should've used a PowerPoint instead of a mind map.

  • Miša Hennin
    Miša Hennin Admin, MeisterLobster, EN Business, Advocate Posts: 1,253 Community Admin

    Thank you for sharing your experiences, Richard!

    You're absolutely right - mind maps make a much more engaging and inviting presentation with a nicer flow and more additional resources you can explore either together or afterwards, independently!

    Best,

    Miša