If you’re new to BBP or just looking for a refresher, watch the video of this workshop from Aug. 28, 2008 as we walk through the steps of creating the first five slides of any presentation using BBP.
In the video we start off with a review of the process, then we dive right in to apply it to the specific slides of a BBP Online member.
To launch the workshop video, click this link.
|Video Timeline (Total Time 00:54:49)|
|00:01:50||Overview||Core assumptions about communicating with an audience, sensory, long-term
and working memory, BBP focuses on addressing the limited working
|00:04:15||Act I||Introduction to the story template, Act I – include classical elements of a
story, the beginning of a storyboard
|00:05:20||Setting||Can be big picture or more focused, helps audience establish
|00:06:18||Role||Making the audience the main character of the story in the setting|
|00:08:40||–||Summary of a presentation – Defining the Call To Action slide|
|00:11:15||–||Science and Art of creating an impact with your presentation|
|00:12:15||Act I||Filling out Act I for a fictional presentation|
|00:14:05||–||Working on a story template as if you were a Hollywood screenwriter, seeing
the visuals that go along with the story as you are writing
|00:19:45||–||Writing Act I for a financial services company, writing Act I so it focuses
on the audience as opposed to detailing information about the company
|00:21:50||–||Finding the sequence of ideas and thoughts and how they are executed
creatively, there are many options, Act I helps you organize this process
|00:23:35||–||Last example of writing out Act I – outlining company goals|
|00:27:15||–||Honing in on the specific emotional issue, the thing that the audience
really cares about most
|00:29:20||Example #1||Working with Doyline on her presentation, professional association, members
are not as engaged as they should be. She wants to give a presentation for
how members can become more engaged in the chapter.
|00:32:20||Call to action||Members to engage the association|
|00:37:00||–||Using an anecdote to deliver the setting of the presentation|
|00:39:30||Point A||Being unprepared for changes at work could be a breaking point for some
|00:43:15||–||Re-writing the call to action slide, the IAAP “job emergency kit,” creating
a branded solution
|00:50:30||–||Doylene – getting to the core is the most difficult stage – discussion with
|00:52:15||–||Making the story relate to everyday life, this will make the most
|00:53:50||Wrap Up||Wrapping up with Doylene|