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  • 1. Presentations
    Dos and Don’ts
  • 2. Dos…
    Arrive early and check the items necessary for making the presentation.
    Use as little slides as possible to emphasize your ideas.
    Keep the presentation as simple as possible.
  • 3. Dos…
    State your point with interesting material.
    Use pictures, graphs, charts and quotes wherever necessary.
    Use appropriate background colors for respective presentations.
  • 4. Dos…
    Keep your cool even under hard circumstances.
    Make good eye contact with the audience.
    Make sure that your voice is loud enough to keep the audience awake.
  • 5. Dos…
    Use eccentric quotes to keep your audience interested.
    Time your presentation exactly.
    Make a good gesture and have a good body language.
  • 6. Don’ts…
    Don’t jumpstart your presentation without an intro.
    Don’t wet your pants on seeing the audience.
    The time duration of slides should not be low.
  • 7. Don’ts…
    Do not use pictures to makeup a video presentation.
    Don’t use too much slides and don’t load them with lots of content.
    Don’t read the information in the slides as such.
  • 8. Don’ts…
    Don’t sing a lullaby with a dull voice.
    Don’t use small fonts and pictures which aren’t visible clearly.
    Don’t use gestures and walk around the podium unnecessarily.
  • 9. Don’ts…
    Don’t use too much of technical terms.
    Don’t use too many graphs or charts.
    Don’t make the audience sleep with a lengthy presentation.
  • 10. Thank You…
    Please leave your comments.
    K.Balaji,
    MBA-DMS,PU.

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