Episode 23 – Making Your Virtual Presentations More Powerful!

We continue to offer solutions to the challenges MedTech professionals face in the Covid era.  One of the biggest is the changes in how we communicate.  Those that can communicate their value proposition most effectively have the best chance of surviving and winning in the long term.

Virtual presentations are key and you must know how to best use the tools at hand.  Today, we talk to David Paradi of ThinkOutsidetheslide.com.  He has been a guest on the podcast before.  However, this is also a video cast so you can go to the Medical Device Success YouTube channel to see exactly how to implement today’s techniques. Are you using PowerPoint’s Sections,  Zoom and Morph features?  Do you know how to turn your cell phone into a webcam? No? Then you need to tune in. 

Want to be the first to experience these subject matter experts and ask them questions?  Join over 50 members of the MedTech Leaders Community (from 15 countries).  Take advantage of the 30-day free trial.  You can cancel your membership in about 3 clicks. The theme of the community for the next several weeks is Going Virtual.  I have at least 3 more subject matter experts scheduled.  After Going Virtual, the next theme will be The Future of MedTech. 

Now Go Win Your Week!

Link to the MedTech Leaders Community – medtechleaders.mn.co

Link to the Video Cast – https://youtu.be/08RoD8oHNtU

Dave Paradi’s LinkedIn Profile link

Dave Paradi’s Think Outside the Slide Website link

Ted Newill’s LinkedIn Profile link

Medical Device Success website link

Link to Ted’s contact page  

The PowerPoint Zoom menu feature: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/use-zoom-for-powerpoint-to-bring-your-presentation-to-life-9d6c58cd-2125-4d29-86b1-0097c7dc47d7)

A decent YouTube on using the Zoom feature is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGqHSvs9qpE

The PowerPoint Morph feature: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/use-the-morph-transition-in-powerpoint-8dd1c7b2-b935-44f5-a74c-741d8d9244ea



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