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33 Tips to Make the Perfect Innovation Pitch

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33 Tips to Level Up your Presentation Skills ➔ Have a look at these main takeaways to perform the perfect (innovation) pitch!

Prepare for a presentation upfront by looking into these key tips and level up your skills for a successful pitch.

Don't forget that these skills are just as important as the content you are presenting. Whether or not you'll achieve the desired outcome, can be affected by the way the handle the presentation.

We'll go three different topics to pitch like a king:
✔︎Storytelling & Framing
✔︎Body language & Attitude
✔︎Slides & practical tips.

We use these elements in our own innovation accelerator program: https://www.boardofinnovation.com/corporate-innovation-accelerator/

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33 Tips to Make the Perfect Innovation Pitch

  1. 1. PRESENTATION SKILLS boardofinnovation.com To Make The Perfect Innovation Pitch Flickr cc Ignite New Zealand 33 TIPS PRESENTATION SKILLS
  2. 2. Hi, I’m @nickdemey co-founder of Board of Innovation Every week I do workshops, keynotes,…
 on innovation, design thinking & intrapreneurship.
  3. 3. Hi, I’m @nickdemey co-founder of Board of Innovation Every week I do workshops, keynotes,…
 on innovation, design thinking & intrapreneurship. Every year we help +150 corporate startup teams
 to shine for their exco & colleagues! In this deck, all our tips to make The Perfect Pitch.
  4. 4. 3 topics Storytelling
 & Framing Body Language & Attitude Slides
 & Practical tips
  5. 5. We guide corporate startups from idea to executive pitch. www.boardofinnovation.com MORE INFO ON OUR INNOVATION ACCELERATOR
  6. 6. Storytelling
 & Framing Body Language & Attitude Slides
 & Practical tips 1
  7. 7. Flickr cc jkirkhart35 How not to start your story:
  8. 8. Flickr cc jkirkhart35 How not to start your story: Don’t start with an excuse: - “My slides ar not finished but…. I’ll give a shot” - “My train was late so I couldn’t…” - “I’m a little bit tired today so ….” - … Start with a BANG! Ignore what’s incomplete or the fact that you’re nervous. Show some confidence! 👊
  9. 9. Make a personal connection
  10. 10. Make a personal connection I often share a story: “When I was 5 I wanted to become an inventor” (aka. Innovation consultant). Know your audience & try to relate to their world.
  11. 11. Flickr cc Parchedwings Always be positive!
  12. 12. Flickr cc Parchedwings Always be Positive! Don’t use your pitch to complain about corporate politics, frustrations,…
  13. 13. Be brave when needed. Flickr cc Barty
  14. 14. Dare to speak up 
 if a specific budget
 or timing is needed if this will impact
 another project. if … Flickr cc Barty Be Brave when needed.
  15. 15. Flickr cc 83633410@N07 Be honest.
  16. 16. Flickr cc 83633410@N07 If you don’t know something (yet), just say so. Don’t try to invent an 
 answer out of thin air. Be honest.
  17. 17. When you’re honest, the jury might be more open to help you with missing info. (vs finding out what you’ve got wrong.) Flickr cc 83633410@N07 If you don’t know something (yet), just say so. Don’t try to invent an 
 answer out of thin air. Be honest.
  18. 18. Flickr cc Maryna Sezonova Make eye contact.
  19. 19. Tell your story with confidence and make eye contact with your audience. Make eye contact. Flickr cc Maryna Sezonova
  20. 20. Flickr cc Maryna Sezonova Don’t focus too long on just one person. Look at the whole audience. Change your focus from time to time. Tell your story with confidence and make eye contact with your audience. Make eye contact.
  21. 21. Flickr cc johnnykoster Repeat important items.
  22. 22. Flickr cc johnnykoster Seriously, repeat important items. Repeat important items.
  23. 23. Flickr cc johnnykoster Seriously, repeat important items. Repeat important items. It helps your audience remember. Repeating is important.
  24. 24. Flickr cc Csaba Cserepes Use of silence.
  25. 25. Flickr cc Csaba Cserepes Use of silence. Use silence to enforce your statement. It really works.
  26. 26. Flickr cc Csaba Cserepes A presenter has the urge to speak. Therefore a moment of silence may seem like minutes but the audience will not conceive it that way. Use of silence. Use silence to enforce your statement. It really works.
  27. 27. Involve your audience.
  28. 28. Ask questions to your audience. Don’t make it a one man show. Involve your audience.
  29. 29. Ask questions to your audience. Don’t make it a one man show. Involve your audience. An interactive presentation will engage your audience more.
  30. 30. Purpose: 
 Why should I listen?
  31. 31. Include a purpose to your presentation. Purpose: 
 Why should I listen?
  32. 32. Include a purpose to your presentation. Purpose: 
 Why should I listen? Bring a direct message to certain people in the audience. Remind them why they should listen and what’s in there for them.
  33. 33. Flickr cc Thom Chandler Humor & Jokes?
  34. 34. Flickr cc Thom Chandler Humor & Jokes? Avoid putting jokes inside your presentation. 
 Unless you’re 90% most
 people will like it…
  35. 35. Flickr cc Thom Chandler Avoid putting jokes inside your presentation. 
 Unless you’re 90% most
 people will like it… Humor & Jokes? It isn’t easy to joke around. Even a stand-up comedian has a hard time to make the audience laugh.
  36. 36. Flickr cc Patrick Deuley Use your Q&A time.
  37. 37. Flickr cc Patrick Deuley Be prepared for questions. You may even leave some crucial information lead the questions and be a bit more prepared. Use your Q&A time.
  38. 38. A team intro? Flickr cc Zach Graves
  39. 39. Flickr cc Zach Graves A team intro? Give yourself a proper introduction but don’t get to detailed about yourself or your team.
  40. 40. Flickr cc Zach Graves A team intro? Give yourself a proper introduction but don’t get to detailed about yourself or your team. Talk about your team when it’s relevant to the story, not as a lengthy intro.
  41. 41. Framing of big numbers. Flickr cc Marco Digitalstream
  42. 42. Flickr cc Marco Digitalstream Big numbers lose their impact after a certain amount. We can’t grasp the difference between 1 or 2 million or billion. Framing of big numbers
  43. 43. Flickr cc Marco Digitalstream Framing of big numbers Frame the numbers or use smaller examples to make a stronger impact. (2 devices per households vs 4M devices in this area) Big numbers lose their impact after a certain amount. We can’t grasp the difference between 1 or 2 million or billion.
  44. 44. Use of metaphors. Flickr cc yosuke muroya
  45. 45. Flickr cc yosuke muroya Use metaphors to make complex subjects more understandable. Use of metaphors.
  46. 46. Flickr cc yosuke muroya Use metaphors to make complex subjects more understandable. Use of metaphors. A metaphor is a good story-telling tool. It may help the audience to understand and remember your story better.
  47. 47. Storytelling
 & Framing Body Language & Attitude Slides
 & Practical tips Body Language & Attitude 2
  48. 48. Relax. Flickr cc RelaxingMusic
  49. 49. Relax. It may seem like an impossible task but try to remain relaxed. If you’re stressing too hard, it will affect your presentation. Flickr cc RelaxingMusic
  50. 50. Relax. Flickr cc RelaxingMusic Dry run your presentation to be prepared and avoid stressing out. It may seem like an impossible task but try to remain relaxed. If you’re stressing too hard, it will affect your presentation.
  51. 51. Directive, steer focus. Flickr cc Michael Dales
  52. 52. Flickr cc Michael Dales Directive, steer focus. Don’t push too much information on just one slide.
  53. 53. Flickr cc Michael Dales Directive, steer focus. Don’t show everything at once but lead your audience by showing point - by - point information. Don’t push too much information on just one slide.
  54. 54. Positive posture/gestures. Flickr cc Get Schooled
  55. 55. Flickr cc Get Schooled Positive posture/ gestures. Dry run the presentation and video tape it to get a good view on your posture and gestures.
  56. 56. Flickr cc Get Schooled Positive posture/ gestures. Dry run the presentation and video tape it to get a good view on your posture and gestures. A relaxed posture is important but don’t get too comfy. Hanging on a desk isn’t the best way to present.
  57. 57. No alpha-males. Flickr cc Hans Westerbeek
  58. 58. Flickr cc Hans Westerbeek No alpha-males. Don’t be too self- assured. Be confident but not cocky.
  59. 59. Stepping forward Flickr cc Kim Nowak
  60. 60. Flickr cc Kim Nowak Stepping forward Take a step towards your audience while talking 
 about a crucial point.
  61. 61. Flickr cc Kim Nowak Stepping forward Take a step towards your audience while talking 
 about a crucial point. People will notice this body language & understand this message will be more important!
  62. 62. Shaking? Flickr cc toshi*
  63. 63. Flickr cc toshi* Shaking? Shaking is normal. Don’t be scared. Rehearse your presentation so you’re prepared and a bit more relaxed.
  64. 64. Flickr cc toshi* Shaking? Shaking is normal. Don’t be scared. Rehearse your presentation so you’re prepared and a bit more relaxed. Put your hand down or hold something to decrease the shaking or make it less visible.
  65. 65. Use your space. Flickr cc Phlora
  66. 66. Flickr cc Phlora Use your space. Walk around during your talk. But don’t pace up and down the whole time, it makes people nervous.
  67. 67. Flickr cc Phlora Tip: put your glass on the other side of the room so you have a reminder to make you walk. Use your space. Walk around during your talk. But don’t pace up and down the whole time, it makes people nervous.
  68. 68. Storytelling
 & Framing Body Language & Attitude Slides
 & Practical tips 3
  69. 69. Check the room setup. Flickr cc Desolate Places
  70. 70. Flickr cc Desolate Places Check the room setup. Prepare yourself. Go and see the room before you start, don’t let the unexpected get you down.
  71. 71. Prepare demo & backup. Flickr cc Aenderson Fernando
  72. 72. Flickr cc Aenderson Fernando Prepare demo & backup Prepare your demo and create slides or print screens to backup your demo if something goes wrong.
  73. 73. Timing. Flickr cc Louie Botha
  74. 74. Flickr cc Louie Botha Timing. Dry run your presentation to get a good view on your timing.
  75. 75. Flickr cc Louie Botha Timing. Dry run your presentation to get a good view on your timing. Use a small clock or put your phone on a timer to guide you trough your presentation. If it takes too long, leave out some less important slides.
  76. 76. Golden ratio. Picture cc Matt W. Moore
  77. 77. Picture cc Mariya Tereshkova Golden Ratio. Use mathematics to get a good overview of proportion
  78. 78. Picture cc Mariya Tereshkova Golden Ratio. Use mathematics to get a good overview of proportion Fibonacci and the golden ratio are good tools to help you arrange your graphics.
  79. 79. Alignment. Picture cc Thomas Hawk
  80. 80. Alignment. Avoid things to float and be aware of hierarchy an the law of proximity. Bold out words to make them more prominent.
  81. 81. Alignment. Avoid things to float and be aware of hierarchy an the law of proximity. Bold out words to make them more prominent. What stands together belongs together. The use of alignment can give an instant designed feeling to a slide.
  82. 82. Text. Picture cc Dyylan
  83. 83. Text Don’t use too much text. People can’t concentrate on reading and listening at the same time.
  84. 84. Text Don’t use too much text. People can’t concentrate on reading and listening at the same time. If you really need a lot of text: split text in paragraphs to make it less heavy and bold out the most important words to make them more prominent.
  85. 85. Colors. Picture cc dan gal
  86. 86. Colors. Don’t overdo your slides with too much colors. It makes it harder to read. Instead be subtle with the use of color.
  87. 87. Colors. Don’t overdo your slides with too much colors. It makes it harder to read. Instead be subtle with the use of color. Don’t use more then 3 primary colors.
  88. 88. Contrast. Picture cc Jacqueline ter Haar
  89. 89. Contrast Be aware of contrast in your presentation. Some words are barely readable when presented on a screen of trough a projector.
  90. 90. Contrast Be aware of contrast in your presentation. Some words are barely readable when presented on a screen of trough a projector. Grayscale certain elements when in doubt. Contrast becomes more clear in grayscale.
  91. 91. Follow the eyes. Picture cc johnny rullino
  92. 92. Follow the eyes. Align pictures with faces looking at the text. The other way around may distract the viewer.
  93. 93. Heat-maps have shown that aligning the face increases the interest in the text. Follow the eyes. Align pictures with faces looking at the text. The other way around may distract the viewer.
  94. 94. 50 % Rule. Picture cc Mark Oliver Adams
  95. 95. 50 % Rule Don’t use effects on default mode. Put the settings on 50% to get a more designed and less preset look.
  96. 96. Be clear. Picture cc Karma.Chen
  97. 97. Be clear. Don’t make your actions look like a mistake. Be clear and consistent in the use of style elements.
  98. 98. We guide corporate startups from idea to executive pitch. www.boardofinnovation.com MORE INFO ON OUR INNOVATION ACCELERATOR

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