Task: 2,500 words essay+8 slides of Power Point
Self-Contained Multimedia activity: Creating a Power-Point Presentation based on a given scenario.
You are a consultant who has been hired to improve the effectiveness of corporate trainers. These trainers often make presentations to employees on topics such as conflict management, teamwork, problem solving, and performance appraisal. Your goal is to teach these trainers how to make better presentations.
Please select one of the above 4 areas and create eight visually appealing slides on the relevant content, which will be spoken during the presentation titled Effective Employee Training. The ppt slides need to be on your selected area. You do not need to present your work, just submit your ppt slides.
You also need to provide a detailed explanation – in 2500 words – of your introduction, opening statement, transition methods between different topics/slides and other relevant choices. Your report should be on your presentation and communication techniques with a reflection on your ppt slides.
Remember to go through the course slides and notes on effective presentations in order to create your own effective mini-presentation.
This should be a purely academic approach giving supporting sources of information and references. Evidence of research, knowledge of the topic and, in particular, the level of analysis and justification are important in determining the grade for the assignment.
Referencing and bibliography are formally assessed in this assignment. There are going to be two submission links. One for the written report and one for the 6 slides.
There is going to be one submission link for your report and one for your presentations. Feedback and marks will be available on your report submissions.
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Harvard Referencing System
Credit will be given for evidence of:
Library/Internet based research. Try to use a mixture of resources – books, articles as well as the internet.
Understanding of the issues raised by the questions.
Concise and clear presentation. Acknowledge any quotes, ideas or arguments that are not your own using the Harvard system. Include a list of references.
Originality and a critical and questioning approach. It is important to be objective and to support statements with evidence.
A logical structure and well-argued conclusion.