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Lighthouse Icons – Leadership & Strategy
Lighthouse Infographics for PowerPoint (PPT Template)
Lighthouse Icons — Leadership & Strategy
The PowerPoint slide presents a collection of minimalist icons associated with leadership and strategy themes. It includes symbols representing concepts such as Position, a person or role’s status; Permission, the grant of authority; Production, the process of creating goods; People development, enhancing team capabilities; Man or People, human resources; Communication, exchanging information; Leader, someone who guides; Compass, for navigation; Competition, rivalry in business; Meeting, a gathering for discussion; Check, a sign of approval; Planning, organizing future actions; Direction, guidance on a path to take; Road Sign, for navigation guidance; Goal, an objective to be achieved; Steps, the actions towards a goal; Flipchart, a tool for presentations and brainstorming; and Mission, the overarching purpose or goal.
- The slide has a clean, flat design with a two-tone background, splitting into dark teal on the bottom and white at the top.
- There are three rows of outline icons, each set against the white background.
- Each row contains four icons, evenly spaced, with the icons in the last row being multicolored (yellow, orange, green, and teal).
- A larger icon encircled by a teal ring is positioned alone at the bottom right.
- The text "Fully editable icons" appears in white against the teal background on the right side.
- A small rectangular box with text "More icons available. Check our website" sits at the bottom center, overlaying both the white and teal sections.
The overall look of the slide is modern and professional, utilizing a harmonious color palette and intuitive icons that clearly convey various management and leadership concepts.
- To illustrate different aspects of leadership and strategy in business or management training sessions.
- For emphasizing key points in a presentation about organizational development or team building.
- In marketing materials to showcase a company's leadership and strategic services.
- In project management proposals to visually communicate methodologies and processes related to planning and direction-setting.