Rowing Different Directions Illustration for PowerPoint

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The Rowing Different Directions Illustration for PowerPoint is a conflict resolution metaphor template. It presents four slides of business professionals as rowers, steering boat in different directions. These four slides enable presenters to choose slides according to two styles of steering direction. For example, two people face-to-face pushing handle and backs adjoin pulling handle. Further, this template contains PowerPoint shapes for business men and women which adds gender diversity to the presentations. The SlideModel provides a range of presentation templates to display diversity in business and management. For example, Diversity and Inclusion PowerPoint Template and Corporate Board and Team of Executives.

Rowing in a different direction is business and management metaphor to present differences in opinions, goals or synchronization issues. Because rowing demonstrates steering a boat in the rhythm which metaphorically reflects on teamwork. Here, the rower’s metaphor demonstrate a difference in opinion of leadership that could halt business operations. Hence, the metaphor of rowing in different directions could help resolve management and leadership issues with appealing visuals in PowerPoint. This template of rowing could demonstrate ideas such as:

  • What is definite direction or objectives and which approach to follow?
  • Communicating plan i.e. direction amount everyone involved
  • Align goals with the company’s vision
  • Identify factors that affect the rhythm and direction of business progress

The Rowing Different Directions Illustration for PowerPoint is a creative presentation design. The shape of boat clipart and water waves give are eye-catching graphics to engage an audience in business discussions. These slides could be used for management and leadership motivational sessions. Because it could encourage employees to communicate well in teamwork.

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