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: