Using the heads to represent different thoughts is an excellent way to present the choices during decision making. Using the same heads implies an inner conflict. Using different heads, e.g., older man and younger man, can imply tradition vs. innovation or discussion between colleagues/team members. Male and female heads can illustrate gender-biased positions. There are many nonverbal signals that the heads can imply.
The example was developed in PowerPoint 2007. Notice the drop shadows and the shadowed text? The decision heads can also be formatted and used well in pre-PowerPoint 2007 versions. See the tutorial for formatting tips and download the animation example for a possible animation scheme.
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Keywords: decision, discussion, differences, choices, ideas, argument, opinions, position
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