How to create Storylines for Business Presentations (Consulting and PowerPoint skills)

How to create Storylines for Business Presentations (Consulting and PowerPoint skills)

Do you know how to create storylines for business presentations and write strong action titles? Writing strong action titles and storylines is an essential consulting and PowerPoint skill. It is a common point of feedback for junior consultants working at management consulting firms like MBB (McKinsey, BCG, Bain) that they need to improve their action titles and storylines for consulting slide presentations. Improve your presentation skills with this PowerPoint tutorial to create consulting-style presentations. Improve your slide design and slide structure to improve your communication skills for your next PowerPoint presentation. Learn how leading consulting firms like McKinsey, BCG or Bain create their business slide presentations. This is how consultants make slides, watch this PowerPoint training.

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Chapters
00:00 Presentation Storyline and Action Titles
02:57 Definition and “So What”
04:57 Best Practices for Action Titles
08:12 Exercise on Action Titles

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9 thoughts on “How to create Storylines for Business Presentations (Consulting and PowerPoint skills)”

  1. I'm a new subscriber and I'm finding your videos incredibly helpful and insightful. I intend on going through all of your playlists and picking up these super useful tips, so thank you!!

  2. Thank you for the interesting insight! I used action titles usually at the bottom of the slide as some kind of summary of the key message. I will try to use them at the top from now

  3. Summarizing my lessons:

    1. Create a storyline that guides your audience through the presentation
    2. Create concise and quantified action titles that effectively summarize the main message of the slide
    3. Use tables and charts where possible
    4. Ask yourself if the content on the slides is actually relevant, so what about this info is useful for your client?
    5. Simple and straightforward graphics that get the message across is better than a presentation with fancy graphics but a loose message

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