This core values template features
- A professional template design focused on visuals
- Introduction slide with placeholders for core values
- Individual core value slides to highlight their importance
- Summary slide
- 45+ AI avatars
- 60+ languages
Replace your plain core values PowerPoint with an engaging video
Make your business core values stick with a presentation template designed for increased engagement.
Google Slides and PowerPoint templates have long been the standard presentation tools, but if you want your employees to remember and relate to your company core values, you have to make the presentation memorable.
That's where video comes in.
People retain 90% of a message when they watch a video compared to 10% when they read text. And transforming a text-based PowerPoint template into a video with Synthesia is now as easy as typing an email.
How to use this core values video template
Say goodbye to boring Google Slides and PowerPoint templates. Convey your business core values and create an engaging video presentation in these 6 simple steps:
- Create a Synthesia account to get started. Play around with the tool or browse Synthesia Academy for useful tips & tricks.
- Browse our collection of business-oriented presentation templates or create a video from scratch - the choice is yours!
If you already have an existing core values PowerPoint template, you can simply upload it to Synthesia STUDIO to be used as a background.
- Select an AI avatar and a text-to-speech language. This will add an extra level of engagement and personalization to your business core values video.
- Type in your video script in any of our 60+ supported languages. Now you can engage your employees in their native language without speaking it! This is especially useful if your company/organization has employees all over the world.
- Edit the presentation using our intuitive interface. Add text, logos, images, shapes, and music to make your values more memorable.
- Generate and download your new video presentation.
Company values are highly personal to each business, as they are used as basic guiding principles for daily tasks and overall company goals.
If you're unsure where to start, think of the reasons why you wanted to create the business in the first place and according to what values you want your employees to act and make work decisions. You can use the mission and vision statement of your business to help guide you in the right direction.
Generally, each business/organization has its own set of core values and principles aligned with its mission and vision statements.
Some common examples include:
... and more.
As you can see, while these examples are varied, the overall theme is about fostering teamwork, positivity, and accountability.