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Old 02-01-2007, 03:22 AM   #1
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Default Powerpoint: Help me rebuild some?

I volunteered to help a local hospital volunteers group to rebuild their training and update their awful presentations. End result is that I am supposed to put up a Customer Service presentation on the 14th of February, and believe me, you honestly DON'T want to see this presentation - BLECH!

So, hands up please, who would like to help me rewrite and rebuild this so that we can do a 30 minute customer service session? I don't have any script, just what is on the screen.

I would need to use your knowledge and ideas because I just don't know what is expected in current training for customer service. I last taught this subject in 92!
I have 3 other presentations to be done but please let me get mine done first so that I have time to learn it!
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Cheers, Ian

Last edited by ilox; 02-01-2007 at 01:43 PM. Reason: Uploaded examples from one of the presentations
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