Conversational Selling with Prezi Presentations is the superpower that high-performing Sales, Marketing, and Finance teams are using to have meaningful conversations with their stakeholders. Unlike slide-based models, Prezi Presentations give the presenter control over what’s shown on screen and when. This model, combined with nonlinear (or conversational) presenting, builds a unique framework for creating and delivering your best presentations ever.
A slide-based model, like PowerPoint, goes from point A to Z linearly, slide by slide. With Prezi, you can jump to any point of the presentation, elegantly, at any time, and present from there. This gives you the freedom to have a normal conversation and use the screen as a visual aid instead of your meeting talking points’ dictated by the slides timetable.
With a Prezi presentation, you can choose your own adventure, and make it different every time you present, without losing control of the narrative. One deck to present in multiple ways.
I enjoyed this project with Hyatt very much because it truly brings forward the power of Prezi and nonlinear presenting in sales and the ability to choose which of their brands they were going to talk about depending on the prospect’s profile.
Hyatt’s salespeople needed to be quick on their feet when having a conversation with their prospects, and PowerPoint wasn’t giving them the ability to adapt the visuals to the discussion.
To present nonlinearly with a Prezi presentation, you must be able to organize your content and narrative in a nonlinear way.
Rearranging the entire structure of a Prezi presentation is intuitive and straightforward, take a look at the animation above.
On the left-side column, we have the main topics of the Prezi presentation. Each of those topics (or buckets of information) can contain many more sub-topics and their subtopics and so on.
You can change the order in which the topics and subtopics appear in the presentation by easily rearranging them and also quickly move containers of information from one section to another.