Abilitor Utveckling

Friday, January 15th, 2010 9 comments

Abilitor Utveckling (Translation: Abilities Development) coaches and trains teams and individuals to benefit both the individual and the company. Abilitor Utveckling’s coaching allows workers to maximise their time; to be challenged and use their strengths optimally; and to enjoy their work.

These slides show how Abilitor Utveckling works with its clients to provide efficiency consultancy and training, leading to a happier and more productive workforce. The slides outline a common problem scenario, and then demonstrate how Abilitor Utveckling can provide a solution.

m62 reworked these slides for our PowerPoint Clinic, showing how visual slides can effectively display complex information.

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9 Comments to Abilitor Utveckling

  1. #1

    Joby Blume

    6:40 pm, January 15th, 2010

    Sorry about the sound levels on this – we are re-recording now and will upload a new file shortly.

  2. #2

    D Stenzel

    2:25 pm, June 8th, 2010

    Like the visuals, very powerful. This can actually be used for a variety of similar messages. I am presenting around Managing Front Line Field Travel and this would be able to paint a meaninful picture around productivity in the field, ROI on activities and utilizing resources the company provides.

  3. #3

    Jessica Pyne

    3:31 pm, June 9th, 2010

    Thank you, D Stenzel. We aim to show presenters that visuals and PowerPoint can be used to engage and inspire audiences, not to bore them! We’re glad that you’ve been inspired to think of creative ways to visualise your own concepts. Keep up the good work! And if there’s anything in particular you would like us to produce in PowerPoint, please let us know.

  4. #4

    g

    6:39 am, July 21st, 2010

    wow good stuff

  5. #5

    Jessica Pyne

    4:09 pm, July 22nd, 2010

    Thank you, G. We aim to prove that PowerPoint doesn’t have to be boring!

  6. #6

    Pankaj Patil

    11:19 am, August 14th, 2010

    hello i required for business presentation

  7. #7

    Jessica Pyne

    6:29 pm, August 16th, 2010

    Unfortunately, are are unable to distribute these slides, as they are the property of the organisation that submitted them. For more slides that you are free to download, look at the rest of our PowerPoint slides section.

  8. #8

    dz

    5:56 am, October 19th, 2010

    wil try this

  9. #9

    Jessica Pyne

    4:34 pm, October 19th, 2010

    That’s great, DZ – we believe that presenters should be presenting visually!