Slides. Only use slides that add to your spoken points. If they merely restate your remarks, you’ll bore people. Test: If reading the text from your slides summarizes your speech, you’re in trouble.
Never overload a slide with too much information. If viewers’ eyes must dart around a dense thicket of data, you will lose them. Limit each slide to three easy-to-see visual elements.
Photos are one of the most underused techniques to enhance a speech. Blow-up images of employees at work can add warmth, humor and variety. Example: If you’re describing , insert a few photos of employees using machinery correctly.
Props. A great way to grab a group’s attention is to pass around an unfamiliar object. Have them guess its function.