Saturday, June 12, 2010
OSHA says, , , By Wayne Kronz (Slideshow to come)
Do we believe what they say? Back in the early and mid ‘90’s the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) claimed to have done extensive research into what really works, visually, in organizational training.
(And I believe they did.)
They published a report, , , Presenting Effective Presentation with Visual Aids.
The problem, , , do we really believe what they say? If we do, , , and I do, , , then every presenter should set about to learn as much as possible about visual communications.
I have a short two-slide presentation to come, entitled, OSHA says, , , that every speaker should tattoo on the inside of their eye lids.
Watch it several times and relish its’ simplicity and then make it your lifetime project to learn as much as possible making your point with visual aids.
Enjoy, , , Wayne.