Back by popular demand, Joe Najib’s ‘Making Good Presentations Great’ workshop happening in November

MARKETING Magazine is happy to announce the upcoming workshop on “Making Good Presentations Great” to be conducted by our very own Joe Najib, senior advertising & marketing individual with over 20 years of experience in the communications industry. 

The one-day workshop will be held on 1st of November 2022 at Eastin Hotel.

This HRD Corp approved workshop will highlight tips, cheats and design trickery shared during the training that will leave you wondering why you’ve never thought about doing it when it comes to MS PowerPoint.

Now, you know who your go-to person is when it comes to making your presentations great. You can learn a thing or two from Joe here.

Joe Najib

“A great presentation isn’t just about good-looking slides; it happens when there’s a great synergy between the presenter and the slides, he/she projects”. as Joe says

MS PowerPoint should not be perceived as a program used merely to present data. It is a great design tool where one is able to apply his/her own creative expression or reflect a brand’s persona.

In simple words, it is not so much about knowing the functions, more about what you can do with them. 

Who should attend:

  • Executives – who are already familiar with MS PowerPoint but in search of new ways to jazz up their outputs and break conventional presentation barriers.
  • People in marketing, communications, sales, strategic planning, finance, human resource & talent management – any discipline that requires any form of reporting, proposing, or presenting content of any kind.

Joe Najib has worked across various fields in the advertising spectrum –as an account management person, a digital marketing strategist, to heading a creative team. He also had a stint as the Head of social media at Hong Leong Bank, under its Digital Innovations team.

More significantly, Joe is known industry-wide for his ability to create stunning presentation documents and deliver them with flair, contributing to his 90% overall pitch-win-rate.


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