In the age of social media, ever-present video, and instant communications, do presentation templates (such as PowerPoint) still have a role to play in your corporate communications toolbox? The answer is an unequivocal YES!
In this live webinar, see how corporate presentation templates have evolved over the last few years to accomplish 3 goals:
- Promote more consistent and effective branding
- Improve the quality of communications
- Generate significant productivity gains among employees
Through numerous concrete examples, Karl Genest will demonstrate key features that distinguish the new 2.0 templates from “traditional” templates. Join us to discover the benefits of these underrated tools that companies like Bell, Desjardins, BRP, CAE and others have successfully deployed to foster more impactful on-brand communications… with significant productivity gains!
PowerPoint Templates 2.0: Much more than just a branding tool
When: September 23 at 12:30 pm ET (Toronto/Montréal Time)
Duration: 60 minutes
1 ticket for IABC members: $25
3 tickets for corporate IABC members: $50
1 ticket for non-members: $35
1 ticket for students: $10
Karl Genest and his team at PrezExpert have helped develop and deploy professional presentation templates used by hundreds of thousands of businesspeople around the world.
Karl is the founding president of PrezExpert, a boutique communication firm dedicated to effective business presentations. Since 2015, Karl has trained over 4,000 businesspeople and MBA students worldwide to develop more impactful presentations in less time.
As an executive or as a consultant, he has collaborated on strategic presentations with several renowned Canadian CEOs such as Robert Brown (Bombardier, CAE), Michael Sabia (CN), Alexandre Taillefer (XPND) and José Boisjoli (BRP), for whom he has worked closely for over 10 years.
Before launching PrezExpert in 2014, Karl held several corporate positions in Marketing and Strategic Planning. Earlier in his career, he acquired precious experience as a consultant for Groupe SECOR in Montreal, and with Bain & Company in Toronto. Karl holds an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where he graduated in the top 5%.