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Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
Public speaking in business
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  • 1. Public speaking in business Prepared by: Izabella Wojtaszek
  • 2. Fear factor Public speaking versus death Public speaking in business
  • 3. Key skill in business  Recruitment requirement  Impacting results at work Public speaking in business
  • 4. Where do YOU stand as a SPEAKER? Public speaking in business
  • 5. 10 000 hours Outliers: The Story of Success, Malcolm Gladwell Public speaking in business
  • 6. Competent Communicator Speaker Motivation Knowledge Skills Public speaking in business
  • 7. Competent Communicator Speaker Motivated, eagerly speaks in Motivation Knowledge public Skills Public speaking in business
  • 8. Competent Communicator Speaker Motivated, Knows how eagerly to adjust speaks in Motivation Knowledge a speech public for audience needs Skills Public speaking in business
  • 9. Competent Communicator Speaker Motivated, Knows how eagerly to adjust speaks in Motivation Knowledge a speech public for audience needs Skills Creates & keeps impression of credibility Public speaking in business
  • 10. Process - 3P rule Prepare Practice Present Prepare
  • 11. Types of speeches e Persuasive Informativ Entertaining Inspirational Prepare
  • 12. Types of speeches  Informative  to learn about a subject  to develop a new skill Prepare
  • 13. Types of speeches  Persuasive  change the audience’s attitudes or behaviors  convince the audience to accept or approve your point of view Prepare
  • 14. Types of speeches  Entertaining  to amuse  to provide enjoyment for the audience  humorous speeches, but also any other speech that includes anecdotes, humor Prepare
  • 15. Types of speeches  Inspirational  to ask people to improve personally  to achieve noble goals or ideals  to reach highest potential Prepare
  • 16. Chrysler speech Lee Iacocca Prepare
  • 17. Organize a speech  3 speech components: Prepare
  • 18. Organize a speech  3 speech components: Opening Prepare
  • 19. Organize a speech  3 speech components: Opening Body Prepare
  • 20. Organize a speech  3 speech components: Opening Body Conclusion Prepare
  • 21. Organize a speech  Message - 3T Tell what you’re going to tell Tell them Tell what you have told them Prepare
  • 22. Connect with the audience Visual Hearing Sensual Practice
  • 23. How to say it Avoid jargon, abbreviations, abstract and foreign words Jargon Better Conceptualize Imagine Downsizing Laying off Finalize Finish Implement Begin, use Interface Talk with Practice
  • 24. How to say it  Keep It Short & Simple  Make it stick Practice
  • 25. How many slides to have? Case:  half hour presentation  expose speech a) 1-10 b) 10-20 c) 21-30 d) 31-40 Present
  • 26. PowerPoint slides usage Pros and Cons  Impression of expertise, deep knowledge  Limited memory (7±2 elements per expo)  Keeps flow  Helps to visualize  Activates emotions  Builds better understanding Present
  • 27. YOU! The most important visual aid is Present
  • 28. What are you going to do when electricity is off?
  • 29. Rules of 3 Visual Tell Hearing Tell Sensual Tell Prepare
  • 30. Connect with the audience  Eye contact Present
  • 31. Thank you Content: Izabella Wojtaszek biuro@CVnaWymiar.pl Slide design:

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