The Big Book of Flip Charts (Big Book Series)

The Big Book of Flip Charts (Big Book Series)

by Robert Lucas (Author)

Synopsis

With all the razzle-dazzle technology around, there's still no more lively, informative, and audience-friendly way to make an impact than with flip charts. But using flip charts well is a skill. Here's a book that provides you with the proven techniques that will make you shine. You'll learn the basic design principles and artistic tricks of the trade that give a flip chart a professional look: Selecting and arranging lettering that makes an impact all the way to the back of the room ... Transporting and setting up flip charts ... Arranging the presentation room ... Finding the best, most dependable equipment--including easels, paper, masking tape, and markers ... Jazzing up your flip chart with ready-to-copy graphics ... Devising flip chart activities that lead to brainstorming and team problem-solving. Soon, even the least artistic presenter will know how to develop pro-level flip charts that can make every presentation come alive.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 288
Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Published: 26 Aug 1999

ISBN 10: 0071343113
ISBN 13: 9780071343114

Author Bio
Robert W. Lucas earned a B.S. in law enforcement from the University of Maryland in College Park; an M.A. with a focus in human resources development from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia; and a second M.A. in management and leadership from Webster University in Orlando, Florida. He is an internationally known award-winning author and learning and performance expert who specializes in workplace performance-based training and consulting services. Professor Lucas has more than four decades of experience in human resources development, management, and customer service. He has written and contributed to 36 books, training video leaders guides, and compilations. He also has taught training and development, diversity, and interpersonal and organizational communication at the masters level for almost two decades at Webster University.