STORYTELLING AND THE ART OF INFLUENCE

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  1. 1. #WFwebinar The presentation will begin at the top of the hour. A dial in number will not be provided. Listen to todays webinar using your computers speakers or headphones. Welcome to the webinar!
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  3. 3. #WFwebinar Questions and Handouts You can submit questions by clicking on this icon here. You can download a PDF of the slide deck by clicking here.
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  5. 5. Story-Telling BritWi5man DirectorofExecu0veCompensa0on IntelCorpora0on
  6. 6. BritYoure doinggreat!
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  8. 8. This is your brain on stories
  9. 9. ConsequencesContext Climax Catalyst Resolu2on ThePoint
  10. 10. = TwoGuysinSriLanka Black-ScholesThatslikea heat-sinkequa2on,right? Butyouhaventseenalltheslidesyet! Denitely!...Maybe?
  11. 11. INTELCONFIDENTIAL A designer knows he has achieved perfection not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away. Antoine de Saint-Exupery
  12. 12. Does This Look Familiar In Presentations You Have Suffered Through? Remember that presentation slides should support for your presentation and not be a substitute for you. With this much text, this is a document, not a presentation slide. You can simply stay home and email this to your audience sparing everyone the pain of going through a presentation like this. SERIF TYPE FACES LIKE THIS ONE ARE BEST FOR PRINTED PUBLICATIONS, NOT PRESENTATATIONS. PUTTING EVERYTHING IN CAPITALS MAKES IT HARD TO READ. There is no relief for the eyes. Whenever you try to crowd too much information into a visual, it detracts from your message. Slides with this much text basically communicate . . . nothing! The audience tuned out when the slide appeared on the screen, all they see is blah, blah, blah . . .
  13. 13. Eliminate as much text as you possibly can
  14. 14. No Bullets
  15. 15. Current Percentage of Women that Buy SmartPhones 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Men 70 65 55 53 48 54 50 Kids 10 12 14 12 8 11 11 Women 20 23 28 30 26 34 35 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Percent Total Sales Disclaimer: Totally fictitious nonsense data for illustrative purposes only. Your mileage may vary. Do not use when operating heavy equipment or vehicles. If you use charts and graphs like this drowsiness is sure to occur.
  16. 16. INTELCONFIDENTIAL Hi-K Metal Gate Strained Silicon 3D Transistors 65 nm 45 nm 32 nm 22 nm 14 nm 10 nm 7 nm90 nm Enabling new devices with higher functionality and complexity while controlling power, cost, and size 22 Predictable Silicon Track Record Execu2ngto MooresLaw
  17. 17. INTELCONFIDENTIAL
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