How to Create Technical Presentations for Non-Technical Audiences
Wednesday, November 14th 2018 at 5:30 - 7:30 PM
In this 90 minute, hands-on session Kim Shivler, shares her proven methodology for creating presentations that successfully deliver technical information to a non-technical audience.
- Techniques for simplifying complex topics;
- 5 rules for creating engaging slides;
- How to approach your content as an outsider to discover where to add clarification points;
- Key questions to answer for non-technical participants;
- How to deliver and craft the story so that any audience can engage with your ideas, products, and services.
About the Speaker
Kim Shivler, M.Ed is a speaker, communications strategist, and instructional design consultant. For over 30 years, Kim has been teaching technology, business, and communication skills worldwide.
She has worked as a writer, instructor, developer and serial entrepreneur with experience that includes computer network and database administration, technical training and writing, project management, web development, and instructional design.
Kim’s early work in Information Technology and later as a Technical Evangelist for Tivoli, an IBM company, helped her to develop this methodology to successfully share technical information with C level executives, administrative assistants, sales teams, and some of the world’s least technical people.