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Introduce Yourself Job Application Powerpoint Presentation Slides

Win some brownie points with our introduce yourself job application PowerPoint presentation slides. We have designed these creative PPT diagrams to present the detailed work presentations which enable you to mark an everlasting impression on your audience. These self-presentation PPT layouts help you to display your skills in a picturesque style. This is a way to showcase your achievements, qualifications, skill sets, and language skills without being self-centered. This PPT diagram covers these self presentation topics such as agenda, bio, career objectives, strengths & weaknesses, professional qualifications, training, experience, achievements, case study, career path, skills, language skills, hobbies, quotes, mind map, targets, mind map, contact information and thank you. These slides also include the timeline, column charts, area charts, line charts, images, clipart icons, roadmaps and maps to make your demonstration impressive and create the maximum call for action as there is a lot of competition for jobs in today’s world. Download these introduce yourself job application PowerPoint presentation slides to turn the tables of your audience. Our Introduce Yourself Job Application Powerpoint Presentation Slides are forever eager to give. They are definitely good at heart.

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Presenting introduce yourself job application PowerPoint presentation slides. These PPT slides have icons, roadmaps, maps, area charts, line charts, column charts to attract the audience. Easily editable and can be converted into JPG or PDF formats. Fully compatible with Google Slides and can be downloaded in widescreen size or standard size. You can modify the color, size and shape of any icon and text placeholders to suit your branding needs.

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Slide 1 : This is Introduce Yourself Job Application slide with imagery. Slide 2 : This is an AGENDA slide with- About Me, Career, Own SWOT Analysis, Qualifications, Achievements & Training, Experience, Skill Set, Language Skill, Hobbies. Slide 3 : This is an About Me slide. You can add text as per your requirement here. Slide 4 : This is also an About Me (Option 2 of 2) slide with the following points, you can use, add or edit- Personal Profile, Education, Achievements, Work Experience, Contact Info, Hobbies, Skills & Languages. Slide 5 : This slide displays Career Roadmap in years. You can add/ edit it as per requirement. Slide 6 : This is Career Option (1 Of 2) slide in a timeline form. State your career aspects here and make use of them. Slide 7 : This slide shows Path to Career timeline. Add/ edit content on the basis of your requirement. Slide 8 : This slide presents SWOT Analysis. Use it to state your- Strengths, Weaknesses, Threats, Opportunities. Slide 9 : This is another SWOT Analysis (Option 2 of 2) slide. Use it as per your need. Slide 10 : This is Professional Qualifications slide to state in detail. Slide 11 : This is Achievements slide. Describe your various achievements here. Slide 12 : This slide presents Training with Description. Slide 13 : This is an Experience slide with respect to Projects. State them here. Slide 14 : This slide shows Case Study with- Challenge, Solution, Results. Slide 15 : This is Skills slide categorized as being- Assertive, Flexible, Goal Oriented, Creative, Team Player. Slide 16 : This slide showcases Language Skills with respect to- German, English, French. Use it to show your own language skill set. Slide 17 : This slide states creative Hobbies in percentage. Showcase your own hobbies here. Slide 18 : This slide is titled Coffee Break to halt and then proceed further. You may change the slide content as desired. Slide 19 : This slide is titled New Introduce Yourself Job Icon Slide. Alter icons as desired. Slide 20 : This slide is also titled New Introduce Yourself Job Icon Slide. Alter icons as desired. Slide 21 : This slide forwards to Charts & Graphs. Use as per your requirement. Slide 22 : This slide presents a Column Chart for showcasing product/ company growth, comparison etc. Slide 23 : This slide presents an Area Chart for showcasing product/ company growth, comparison etc. Slide 24 : This slide presents a Line Chart for showcasing product/ company growth, comparison etc. Slide 25 : This slide is titled Additional Slides to move forward. You can change the slide content as per need. Slide 26 : This is Our Mission slide to state. Slide 27 : This is Our Team slide with boxes to fill in name and designation. Slide 28 : This is an About Us slide. State team/ company specifications here. Slide 29 : This slide showcases Our Main Goal. State your main goals here. Slide 30 : This slide showcases Comparison of two entities. Slide 31 : This is Financial slide showing- Revenue, Deposits, Net Income. Slide 32 : This is a Quotes slide to convey company/ organization message, beliefs etc. You may change the slide content as per need. Slide 33 : This is a Dashboard slide to show information in percentages etc. Slide 34 : This slide presents a Timeline to show growth, milestones etc. Slide 35 : This is a Target slide. State your targets here. Slide 36 : This slide presents a Mind map with text boxes. Slide 37 : This is an Idea Bulb slide with imagery to show information, innovative aspects etc. Slide 38 : This is a Magnifying glass image slide to show information, scoping aspects etc. Slide 39 : This is a Thank You slide with Address# street number, city, state, Contact Numbers, Email Address.

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How to Nail a PowerPoint Presentation for Job Interview

How to Nail a PowerPoint Presentation for Job Interview

You just scored an interview for you dream job! Yes! But…now they’re asking you to give a PowerPoint presentation for the job interview.

What the heck? Isn’t interviewing nerve-wracking enough without the added stress of giving a presentation?

We hear you. It’s a lot of stress. But actually, when you stop to think about it, what is a job interview if not a presentation about yourself? Now you just have the added benefit of visuals and slides to work with.

In this article, we’ll demystify the interview PowerPoint presentation ordeal and help you put your best foot forward so you can nail the interview!

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What is an Interview Presentation?

Ok, back up. What exactly is an interview presentation? According to Indeed , an interview presentation is a “formal presentation delivered to a human resources team, management team, or another group of people to convince them that you are the best candidate for a position.” Potential employers may ask you to make an interview presentation to better assess your public speaking and/or communications skills, your ability to stay calm under pressure, your knowledge about specific, industry related topics, and more.

This kind of presentation can give your potential employers a really comprehensive look at you, so it makes sense. And although you may run into a request for an interview presentation in any industry, this tact is particularly popular in Sales, Marketing, Technology, and Academia.

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Benefits of Interview Presentation

Now that you know why employers might make this request, why might an interview presentation be a good thing for you? One of the biggest benefits for you is that it gives you a chance to shine and stand out. Old-fashioned interviews have become somewhat run-of-the-mill, with those ever-recycled questions like “what would you say are your greatest strengths” all running together. But with a unique presentation designed and delivered by you, there’s more of a chance for you to really leave a distinct impression.

Additionally, giving an interview presentation gives you a chance to show your professionalism in a different setting than just a conversation. You can prove your diligence, your attention to detail, and your work ethic just by how you compile the presentation.

How to Make an Interview Presentation

It may seem overwhelming at first, but don’t be intimidated by the task of creating an interview presentation. Below, we’ve compiled a list of interview presentation tips — from initial research to the final presentation — that will have you acing this task in no time.

Making the Presentation

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Do your Research

This is a solid tip for any kind of interview: do your research! Make yourself an expert on the company for which you are interviewing. It’s no secret that you are far less appealing as a potential hire if you don’t know anything about the company or industry. But the important thing here is to make sure your gathered knowledge comes across. Prove your expertise in your presentation.

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Pick your Platform

Sometimes, your potential employer will have a particular platform that they want you to use for your interview presentation, but more than likely, they will leave it up to you. The basic presentation software out there includes PowerPoint, Keynote, and Google Slides. If you’re going for an artsier, more unique approach, check out Prezi : an online virtual presentation tool with a more animated feel. Go with whatever platform you’re comfortable with, or you can even start by looking at templates and seeing what matches your style.

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Start with Structure

Every great presentation, whether for an interview or not, starts with a strong and compelling structure. In simplest terms, you have an opening, details, and then a conclusion. When structuring your presentation, begin with a strong opening that states your goals and introduces yourself. Next, keep the main body of the presentation to around three major points (although you can have plenty of subsections.) Then finish with a killer closing, something to bring it all home. All throughout, keep your message clear and make every piece of your presentation relate back to that message.

Check out this article for more in-depth tips on structuring a great presentation of any kind.

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Keep it Clear, Succinct and Impactful

Make sure your content is simple and clear. You want your audience to glance quickly at your slide, gain interest, and then listen to you, the presenter, for more in-depth information. Be careful not to pack too much information onto the slides themselves, or to break off onto tangents that don’t support you. But do be sure to choose eye-catching images for your slides and easy-to-read fonts that really pop.

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Highlight YOU

You could almost think of this presentation as a commercial and the product you’re selling is you. While it’s important to demonstrate expertise through your presentation, make sure that everything goes back to selling you as the star of the show.

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Build Rapport

The day of the interview is here! Once you begin your presentation, start off by building rapport with your audience. Not only will this help draw them in and make them more engaged in your story, it will also help calm you down. Introduce yourself, smile, and maybe even consider cracking a joke if the mood is right.

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As you give your presentation, try your hardest to not read straight off the slides or from your notes. Snooze alert! This will bore your audience and give them the impression that you don’t know what you’re talking about. Be so confident and practice so thoroughly ahead of time that you can speak off the cuff and don’t need to read your notes at all.

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Mind Your Body Language

Sit up straight, shoulders back, and smile! Your body language is always incredibly important for any kind of presentation. You want to appear professional and comfortable at the same time.

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Diction and Delivery

Make sure you’re enunciating clearly and projecting to “the back of the room,” even if that’s just your computer’s microphone. If you mumble or speak too quietly, you’ll come across timid. Also, most of us have a tendency to speed up when we’re nervous. Pay attention to the pace of your speech and even build in some pauses if you can. This will give you time to collect your thoughts and let your message sink in for your audience.

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Be Confident

You got this! Even if you’re not feeling confident on the inside, show it on the outside. Speak with authority and make eye-contact with your audience by staying focused on your camera. This is you you’re selling after all, and no one is a better authority on you than you!

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If you’re looking for job interview presentation ideas, check out this great example on Slide Team or this one on Slide Geeks .

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Pre-Recorded Video Interviews

On a related note, some potential employers may ask you to make a pre-recorded video interview. This tactic has become increasingly prevalent in the age of COVID and Zoom interviews. Essentially, employers can give you a set of questions ahead of time and you can record yourself answering them, then send it in for them to review on their own time. Sometimes, potential employers will call this a “pre-screening.” While this isn’t technically an interview “presentation” per say, it sort of falls into the same category, so we want you to be prepared.

The best way to record video interviews is with whatever software and setup you’re comfortable with! If you have a great camera-ring light-soundproof room already set up and raring to go, obviously you should use that. But if you don’t have a pro setup, don’t sweat it. Most people don’t. Just record your interview with the webcam on your computer. You can also record an interview directly through Zoom meetings . But do make sure that you are properly lit, somewhere quiet, and that your background is clean and intentional.

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So by now, hopefully you feel like an expert on how to nail a presentation for a job interview. Once you understand what is being asked of you and how it benefits all parties, this type of interview makes a lot of sense. If you follow the guidelines above, you’ll be able to make a stellar presentation. And remember, your audience wouldn’t have invited you to interview if they didn’t see something in you. They want you to succeed! So take a deep breath and give a presentation that’ll knock their socks off!

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How to Prepare a PowerPoint Presentation for a Job Interview

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Unless a PowerPoint presentation is requested as a portion of your job interview, it can be a double-edged sword. A well-conceived, succinct presentation may help a hiring manager remember you, while also putting your skills on full display. A botched presentation, however, will make you memorable for all the wrong reasons. To leave a good impression, your talents need to be well-honed and on display, from the first slide to the last.

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When preparing for a job interview, do not presume a PowerPoint presentation will turn you into their standout candidate. Generally, recruiters and hiring managers interview a myriad number of candidates for a position and allot time specifically for those interviews. Before plugging in a flash drive and launching a slideshow resume, ask the interviewer if you can highlight your presentation and public speaking skills while discussing why you are the right candidate for a job.

Thank you for your time today, Jean. Would it be possible for me to discuss why I'm the best candidate for the team leader position via a brief PowerPoint presentation that highlights the skills I can bring to the job?

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Some human resource managers and some companies ask candidates to prepare a short PowerPoint or slideshow for the interview process. If a role requires you to display your presentation skills, ask the recruiter if you can tackle an industry topic to highlight your expertise or if you should focus only on personal merits. After securing the topic the company would like you to discuss, prepare your slideshow.

Unless you are adept at PowerPoint design, use a pre-designed template that has a professional feel. Choose a subdued color palette so that your presentation will emphasize the words in your slides. Pick a well-known font, such as Times New Roman or Arial, and use an easy-to-read font size, even if it means adding additional slides to your presentation. If a music track is necessary, use an instrumental rather than a vocal track, as an instrumental track works best, in most instances.

What to Include

For a traditional PowerPoint presentation that's driven by resume data, you want to highlight the most important aspects of your paper resume -- not duplicate it. Include a cover slide with your name and email address or phone number before launching an introduction. The introduction can be one or two slides, and should include a photo, a couple of career highlights and briefly state what are your most auspicious professional credentials.

Your introduction sets the stage for the vision statement. Alternatively, provide an explanation of what you believe makes you an ideal candidate for the job you're applying for. If you are in the arts, portfolio material follows, but business-oriented applicants may choose to highlight major milestones in sales or leadership roles. Close with brief passages from your letters of reference and include a quick restatement of why you should be the company's next new hire.

Practice Your Delivery

When you need to present your PowerPoint instead of emailing it, practice makes perfect. When the delivery is poor, the message of a well-designed presentation will be lost. Instead of directly reading the material, craft the spoken part of your presentation to augment the slides. Speak authoritatively and believe in yourself so that your message relays your commitment, confidence and professionalism.

If you are not well-versed in public speaking, start by practicing in front of the mirror or try recording yourself with your phone. After a few practice sessions at home, deliver your pitch in front of friends and family several days before you arrive at your interview. Avoid using filler words such as "um," and "like," and don't refer to your notes excessively. As you move through your presentation, your slides can incorporate words or phrases to serve as memory triggers.

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If you’ve been asked to prepare a presentation for a job interview, you’re not alone. An increasing amount of employers are asking applicants to deliver a PowerPoint presentation explaining why they should be hired.

We can certainly understand why. With increasing competition for jobs, business owners and managers want to ensure they are hiring the right person. Setting a presentation task for a job interview gives them the chance to see if the hopeful can perform under pressure and communicate clearly.

Being asked to prepare a presentation for your job interview needn’t be a cause for worry. Look at it this way: if you do a great job, it’ll help you stand out from the crowd and increase your chances of securing the position.

Here’s our advice for completely nailing that job interview presentation.

Do your research

Regardless of the presentation, any interview candidate is attempting to show a potential employer how they would fit into the role and do it better than anyone else. So start there. Make sure you understand the ins and outs of what the position demands. Just as you would when creating a CV or Resume , jot down how your own experience and skills would be applied.

Research the wider organisation. Check out the company website and find details about the team structure. How big is the business and who reports to whom? Not only will this increase your general knowledge, but it will also give you an insight into who might be present at your interview.

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Structuring a job interview presentation is important. Your message, which will universally be ‘why you should hire me’, needs to be clear and easily communicated. Your research might have produced lots of talking points, but you should remember that everything you say and present needs to keep the narrative moving toward you being the best for the job.

A good way to start thinking about the structure of your presentation is to layout the slides of the PowerPoint deck. The number of slides will depend on how long you’ve been given to speak, but typically employers ask for between ten to 15 minutes.

These are the slides your presentation needs:

This can be something as simple as the name of the presentation, your own name, or an impactful image. It will be the first thing that appears on screen when you fire up PowerPoint. You won’t have started talking when this slide appears, so it merely needs to be relevant to you and what you’re about to speak about.

Your name, what it is you do (if you have a professional speciality) and an image of your beaming face. If you dread using photos of yourself remember this: the employer might look back over the presentation once you’ve left. Being able to put a face to a name will help in their decision making.

Describe yourself. What do you do well, and what are you planning on achieving in the future?

Lay out your career history. You only need to mention what you did and where, as you’ll be expanding on your career highlights in your speech.

If you have some noteworthy education highlights – ones relevant to the role you’re going for – list them here. As with the previous slide just headings will do, allowing you to talk around them.

Like a professional reference you might show at a traditional job interview, you can include a slide featuring a quote that bigs you up. This could be from a past employer, a previous client, or someone you’ve worked with. Again, the quote is enough, letting you expand on it yourself.

Sum up all the above career and education slides with a list of your core skills and useful experience. Tailor this list accurately to the job specifications you already have, to hit home just how perfect you are for the role.

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With a few case studies slides you can prove everything you’ve mentioned so far. On each slide detail a project you successfully tackled or a problem you overcame.

Now focus on the future. After showing what you have done, tell the interviewer what you will do if they hire you. This slide could simply be a title, allowing you to go into detail in your speech, or include a few key points relevant to the role.

As most new jobs have a probation period of three months, show them what they’ll get from you in that time. Pick things out from the job description and explain how you’ll tackle them. This slide should hammer home that you’re an individual who, if they get the job, will hit the ground running.

Your final slide with content should sum up the whole presentation. Use it to convey your enthusiasm for the role and your keenness to join their organisation.

Like the title slide at the start, this final slide might be on screen for a while in the background while the employers talk to you. Use it to say thanks, but also to ask for any questions, which will undoubtedly come. Also, be sure to include your contact details somewhere on this slide, and maybe also another image of yourself.

The important thing to stress here is that the PowerPoint job interview presentation is not the most important thing. It should exists as a professional and engaging backdrop to what YOU are saying and how YOU are portraying yourself. Therefore the above structure guide should first and foremost be used to create a script.

Anyone used to giving a presentation will probably have their own way of creating a script; from bullet point memory aides, to full verbatim, word for word documents. For a job interview presentation we’d recommend the latter.

Getting absolutely everything out on paper will help you identify the important points to pull out and feature in the presentation deck. A script will also help you memorise what you need to say, and if you rehearse it enough (more on that below) you’ll feel more confident.

The PowerPoint deck

The job you’re interviewing for might be far removed from any creative industry, but the aesthetics of the slide deck are still hugely important. An accountancy hopeful might wonder why their PowerPoint design skills will be appraised by the interviewer, and although it will eventually have nothing to do with your role, it will have an impact on how you are perceived.

Carefully considered design shows just that: you’ve considered the presentation beyond the words on the screen. An engaging presentation will draw them in and contribute to the notion afterwards that you were impressive. That’ll help.

However, nailing a job interview presentation design is no walk in the park. If you’ve decided to tackle that extremely important task yourself, your future employer can unknowingly help. Look at their website for ideas of colours and fonts. If they see something in your presentation that they have already considered a decent design choice (as they most probably made that choice), you’ll win points.

Take into account the design of the site, too. Are they an organisation who favour clean white space with minimal text and images? If so, don’t copy it, but rather be inspired by it.

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We’ve written many times about the importance of practising any presentation, and your job interview should be no exception. There could be a lot riding on it going well, which will understandably increase your nerves and apprehension.

There are many ways you can combat that fear. The most practical is to simply know your presentation inside out.

If you followed our recommendation to write out your script in its entirety, you’ll be able to learn your talk as if you’re remembering the lines to a play. That way you know that you are speaking in the clearest and most appropriate manner – unlike simply winging it and ad-libbing your way through your career history.

Stand up, rehearse out loud, and ask a friend or colleague to sit in on your practice sessions to offer advice and feedback. If you know someone who is already doing the kind of job you’re interviewing for, get them in to watch and pass judgement.

Job interview presentations can be delivered in many ways. You might have been asked to bring your own laptop, or to email the PowerPoint file to them first. However you’re presenting, be sure to carry a backup copy with you, ideally on a flash drive.

Doing so will protect you against any kind of technical mishaps that might plague the original file (or your computer). But there is something else you can do with it.

Once your talk is over and you’ve answered their questions (and they’ve answered yours – always have some on stand by), offer them the drive. Tell them there is a copy of the presentation on there should they need to look over it. And obviously because both your contact details and a stunning photo of you is included, you’re making it easier for them to remember you and get in touch.

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All that should help you deliver the best possible job interview presentation you can. Follow those tips and you’re sure to make an impact on those potential employers.

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The Job Description PowerPoint Template is a complete slide deck to present an effective job description. It is an ideal PowerPoint for job interviewers and human resources professionals. HR professionals use the job description templates in PowerPoint to demonstrate talent sourcing strategies. Job description in PowerPoint outlines the crucial elements of a particular job, position, or role in the organization. These details may include responsibilities, skills, and qualifications needed to perform in the position.

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Job responsibility template highlights key functions of the job description in segmented timeline layout design. For more skills set or responsibilities, the slide of more responsibilities contain text placeholders. The compensation structure in PowerPoint job description template is a hierarchy of direct and indirect compensations. There is an additional circular PowerPoint diagram template to present employee benefits and perks, visualize through clipart icons. The Job Description PowerPoint Template is suitable for topics like the ideal candidate, a perfect job, or career goals. This presentation makes work proposal clear for the audience.

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How to Present Your Career Journey on PowerPoint

Want to present your career journey as an interesting story through a presentation? Find out how to do it using PowerPoint.

Talking about your career journey is a nerve-wracking exercise, whether in an interview or presenting to a large audience. You can make this process much more exciting by narrating your journey as a story.

A story that contains facts, figures, anecdotes, and more stories to illustrate your knowledge, experience, expertise, conflict resolution techniques, and insights. Here's how you can harness the power of PowerPoint to present your career journey as an interesting story:

1. Ask the Right Questions

Before you begin creating your presentation, you need to have a good idea about the content you will include in it. You can write down bullet points that act as the deck outline, or ask yourself pertinent questions. What kind of questions should you ask yourself? Here's a list to get you started:

Your presentation can go in widely different directions based on your answers.

2. Draw a Content Flow Chart

Now that you have a good idea about what to include, it's time to organize this information into a seamlessly flowing story. Draw a flowchart or a simple diagram to indicate what goes where. This is the storyboarding stage, where you'll order the content and fine-tune the details to the last fact and figure.

3. Choose Content Format and Media

Once you're done with the “what” and “where,” it's time to address the “how.” How do I present my career story as concisely as possible? Not every part of your journey needs a slide with elaborate textual content. You can use graphs and timelines to depict career trajectories and time spent in different roles. Use bolded numbers with labels or SmartArt and Charts to highlight critical statistics.

A short video can explain your work methodology with animations and voiceover. Concept images, tag clouds, and simple sketches can convey information more concisely than a slide full of text. Once you've decided how each part in the flowchart will take shape on the slides and have the media content ready, it's time to launch the PowerPoint app.

4. Pick the Right Template to Tell Your Story

Searching for story-based templates brings up lots of options on PowerPoint that have different slides to highlight stats, show graphs, depict growth, insert a video, etc.

You can insert your information in the appropriate slides, clone the ones that need repetition, delete the ones that don't fit in with your story, and insert slides from other presentation decks that cater to your requirements. Just make sure to edit the theme of this slide to match the main template.

Using a premade template to prepare a professional presentation . You'll not have to waste time deciding on fonts, colors, themes, and manually inserting diagrams and charts. You can also download or buy presentation templates from online resources like Crystal Graphics or SlideUpLift . These sites offer custom templates to showcase career journeys, with creative slides to present information concisely.

You can also use the Slide Master feature in PowerPoint to create a custom theme for your presentation.

5. Design Your PowerPoint Presentation

It's time to execute your vision. Use as many slides as you need without worrying about the length of the presentation. Here are a few quick PowerPoint tips to help you present your career journey in a stellar way:

6. Polish Your Stories

Your career journey would be incomplete without highlighting your professional growth and maturity, lessons learned, and insights gained. Use the STAR method—Situation, Task, Action, Results to avoid rambling and keep it short and straightforward.

When narrating stories, describe the situation or conflict you were facing, what needed to be done, what was done, what you learned from the experience, and how it has impacted your decision-making process. The STAR method touches upon all the crucial details of a learning incident, allowing you to tell more stories in fewer words.

7. Edit Your Slides

Now you need to step into the shoes of your target audience. Look at every slide critically. Think about the value each slide adds to the rest of the presentation, and decide whether it stays or goes.

Are all your stories helpful and needed? Are your statistics factually accurate? How long will it take for you to walk through the entire set? Use these and other relevant questions as markers to cut down the number of slides.

8. Deliver With Poise

Making a kick-ass presentation is just one part of depicting your career journey. The other part consists of being a good storyteller. Use the PowerPoint Speaker Coach to improve your presentation skills . Memorize your notes, pay attention to your hand gestures, make eye contact, and do not read from the slides. Practice with a timer until you can deliver it in the precise amount of time you've been allocated to present.

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Look for Behavioral Interview related questions online and how to ace them before you sit down to create your career journey presentation.

It will help you channel your nervous energy into telling a good story accompanied by a presentation. Learn more about creating engaging presentations on PowerPoint to improve your story.


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