Training: Building Powerful Presentations

Most presentations lose 60% of the audience in the first 60 seconds. Yes, even yours. The single biggest reason most presentations fail to engage is that most people who have to present have never been trained on how to create powerful presentations, they simply do what everyone else does and make bad ones.


Knowing how to use PowerPoint doesn’t mean you can create effective presentations any more than knowing how to use Word will make you a successful writer. What makes the difference is crafting the right content into a compelling story, designing a slide deck that brings the key messages to the forefront and then, delivering it in such a way that engages the audience powerfully.

PowerfulPoints has been creating impactful and engaging presentations for some of the world’s biggest brands since early 2000, and we have packed our two decades of knowledge and insights into our signature training programs to help you do all those things and more!

Join AustCham Shanghai's final training of the year with Lee Featherby from PowerfulPoints Australia on Tuesday, December 14th at the Australia House.


  • Accurately identify the correct content that is of the most interest to the audience
  • Build a structure in a way that aligns with the audience’s motivations for maximum engagement and impact
  • Craft audience-focused key messages into a compelling narrative and take the audience on a journey
  • Keep slides clear of heavy texts and data dumping


Presented in a special hybrid format, you will benefit from the best of two worlds.

Digital – While international travel is taking baby steps to return to the pre pandemic level, AustCham is presenting sought after speakers from around the globe to meet with our members and community virtually. You will learn a proven methodology to help you create winning presentations while enjoying Lee’s engaging conversational style.

In-person – Awesome trainings are personal and highly interactive. You will meet fellow participants and the group exercise activities are more effective in person. Enjoy creating a fantastic presentation with your group, sharing your learnings and networking afterward.