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Public Speaking for New Leaders [session 2]
Public Speaking for New Leaders [session 2]
Public Speaking for New Leaders [session 2]
Public Speaking for New Leaders [session 2]
Public Speaking for New Leaders [session 2]
Public Speaking for New Leaders [session 2]
Public Speaking for New Leaders [session 2]
Public Speaking for New Leaders [session 2]
Public Speaking for New Leaders [session 2]
Public Speaking for New Leaders [session 2]
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Public Speaking for New Leaders [session 2]

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  • 1. Session 2Presented byMark McCrindle & Claire Madden
  • 2. Anatomy of a Presentation Cruising the 6 Cs:1. Credibility 3. Content 5. Challenge2. Connection 4. Creativity 6. Change
  • 3. Credibility & Influence The Circles: Circle of influence Circle of control Source: Covey Institute
  • 4. Connection & EngagementHandling Questions: 3-step approach: 1. Acknowledge 2. Ask 3. Answer
  • 5. Content Delivery The aspects of a presentation:InstructionIllustrationInteraction
  • 6. Creativity of Content The six thinking hats:1. Green 4. Yellow2. White 5. Black3. Red 6. Blue Edward DeBono
  • 7. Challenge & Engagement DRAFT learning types:Emotional Reflectors Feelers HOW(Process) Transferors Analysers DoersRational Theoretical Practical WHAT (Content)
  • 8. Change & Influence The 4 Rs:RealRelevantResponsiveRelational
  • 9. What not to do: The never evers…Never ever ridiculeNever ever force involvementNever ever neglect basic needsNever ever fail toread your audienceNever ever use risky content(if in doubt- leave it out)
  • 10. McCrindle Research Pty Ltd(02) 8824 3422mccrindle.com.aumark@mccrindle.com.au

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