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The 4 important steps to making a Presentation Powerful

The 4 important steps to making a Presentation Powerful

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  • 1. Structure Making successful presentations
  • 2. How do you know if your presentation is successful ?
  • 3. A presentation is successful if it leads audience to action .
  • 4. Action happens in 4 steps Understand Believe Act Engage
  • 5. Let us understand each of the steps better…
  • 6. Engage: Audiences engage when the presentation uses multiple tools to capture their attention
  • 7. Tools like… Activities, Games, Exercises, Audiovisuals etc. and not just slides
  • 8. Understand: Audience understand when the presentation is simple
  • 9. It is simple enough when… The last person in the audience can understand the presentation
  • 10. Believe: Audience believe when the presentation is logical and credible
  • 11. It is credible when: References, data, graphs are provided along with source of information
  • 12. Act: Audience act when they see the presentation solves their problem
  • 13. For this: The presenter needs to clearly identify and address their concern
  • 14. A structure helps to make a smooth transition from ' engage ' to ' act '
  • 15. For this, a good structure should have powerful points.
  • 16. Want to know how to preparing powerful presentations step-by-step? Visit Powerful Presentations CD link at www.metamorph.webs.com