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Slides to accompany a bite-size training session on how to prepare a presentation: How to decide the content, how to 'pitch' it, how to structure it, and tips for personal preparation. Full training …

Slides to accompany a bite-size training session on how to prepare a presentation: How to decide the content, how to 'pitch' it, how to structure it, and tips for personal preparation. Full training materials including Session Leaders Notes, Delegate Workbook and any Activity handouts can be purchased licence-free from http://www.power-hour.co.uk/trainingmaterialsshop. Prices start from £30 + VAT

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  • Using visual aidsMaking NotesUsing Cue-CardsMake a good first impression (look the part, even if you don’t feel it)Enjoy it! Remember the audience is likely to be on your side.

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  • 1. Prepare a Presentation Http://www.power-hour.co.uk – Bite Size Training Materials Prepare a Presentation
  • 2. Prepare a Presentation Http://www.power-hour.co.uk – Bite Size Training Materials 2012 By the end of the Power Hour you will be able to: • Describe the characteristics of effective presentations • Identify the underlying purpose of a presentation and take this into account when deciding content • Use the right structure for different types of presentations to ensure that you get the result you want • Consider how the presentation will be delivered for maximum effect
  • 3. Prepare a Presentation Http://www.power-hour.co.uk – Bite Size Training Materials 2012 Causes of Poor Presentations Purpose • Lack of clarity about intent • Not beneficial to anyone Content • Not pitched correctly for the audience • Too much/little detail Structure • Content not organised logically • Content doesn't 'flow' Delivery • Lack of impact • Poor use of visual aids • Lack of connection with audience
  • 4. Prepare a Presentation Http://www.power-hour.co.uk – Bite Size Training MaterialsTrain the Trainer Oct 2011 What is the PURPOSE? To MOTIVATE or PERSUADE? To EDUCATE or INFORM?
  • 5. Prepare a Presentation Http://www.power-hour.co.uk – Bite Size Training Materials 2012 WHO is it for? Put yourself in the audience’s shoes… • What do THEY need/want to know? • What do they already know? • What are their characteristics?
  • 6. Prepare a Presentation Http://www.power-hour.co.uk – Bite Size Training MaterialsTrain the Trainer Oct 2011 Structure: News at Ten Beginning • tell them what you will tell them (10% of the time available) Middle • tell them (75% of the time available) End • tell them what you told them (15% of the time available)
  • 7. Prepare a Presentation Http://www.power-hour.co.uk – Bite Size Training Materials 2012 Structure: POP Position • to give a context Options • to demonstrate the actions that can be taken Proposal • to recommend a course of action
  • 8. Prepare a Presentation Http://www.power-hour.co.uk – Bite Size Training Materials 2012 Personal Preparation
  • 9. Prepare a Presentation Http://www.power-hour.co.uk – Bite Size Training Materials 2012 Make it Work at Work What are you going to DO as a result of this Power Hour Session?
  • 10. Prepare a Presentation Http://www.power-hour.co.uk – Bite Size Training Materials 2012 These slides have been produced as an optional resource to support a Bite-Size Training session on this subject. A full set of materials, including detailed Session Leader’s Guide, Delegate Workbook and supporting activities can be purchased from our Training Shop Our Training materials are licence-free, but are for use by the purchaser only. They CANNOT be passed or sold on.