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Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
Presentations Skills - Part I
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  • Pragmatist evaluate the success of the theory based on the success of its applications.
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    • 1. Session 1 Presentation skills Reem R. Al Olaby
    • 2. In this session you will know the following… • Introduction • Basic concepts • Components of a good presentation • Benefits of a successful presentation • Know your audience • What type of learner? • How to use the TRAP model to make a presentation that fits all types of learners • The Experience Level of the Audience • The Fatigue Level of the Audience • The Mood of the Audience • How to engage your audience • How to control the audienceReem R. Al Olaby
    • 3. Introduction YOU SkillsSkills YOU Audienc e Convince Influence Inspire Skills YOU Audienc e Skills YOU Convince Influence Inspire Audienc e Why? What? How? YOU Presentation Construction DeliveryAudience engagement Know your audience Reem R. Al Olaby
    • 4. Reem R. Al Olaby Focus on the PAY to GET theory To make a successful presentation Introduction
    • 5. Reem R. Al Olaby P Presentation A Audience Y You G Grab attention E Engage audience T Trigger confidence To Introduction
    • 6. Reem R. Al Olaby CAGE model Culture + Audience + Goal = Etiquette Introduction Examine and realize the need and expectati on of the audience. Analyze & understand What we want to accomplish & how to achieve the goal Deciding the CAG will give us the etiquette
    • 7. Reem R. Al Olaby It takes one hour preparation for each minute of presentation time
    • 8. A) Basic concepts I) Components of a good presentation • An organized outline: Introduction, body and conclusion • A good presentation design ( layout, consistency and color) • Conducting great delivery (Verbals, visuals and body language) • Accurate preparation  rehearsals , attitude, etc… Reem R. Al Olaby
    • 9. A) Basic concepts II. Benefits of a successful presentation – Make money or save money – Save time or effort – Make them comfortable – Improve their health – Help them to take advantage of opportunities – Increase their enjoyment – Satisfy their curiosity – Many other benefits Reem R. Al Olaby
    • 10. Reem R. Al Olaby If you fail to prepare then you are prepared to fail
    • 11. Reem R. Al Olaby If the speaker sends a message that the receiver does not understand – then who needs to change?
    • 12. B) Know your audience I. Types of learners: The TRAP model Reem R. Al Olaby Pragmatists Activists Reflectors Theorists 4 types
    • 13. B) Know your audience I. Types of learners: The TRAP model Reem R. Al Olaby Pragmatists Activists Reflectors Theorists 4 types -Perfectionists -Analyze & synthesize -Dedicated to objectivity and rationality
    • 14. B) Know your audience I. Types of learners: The TRAP model Reem R. Al Olaby Pragmatists Activists Reflectors Theorists 4 types -Perfectionists -Analyze & synthesize -Dedicated to objectivity and rationality -Observants -Their actions are a part of a wide picture
    • 15. B) Know your audience I. Types of learners: The TRAP model Reem R. Al Olaby Pragmatists Activists Reflectors Theorists 4 types -Fully involved -Dominated by immediate experiences -Open minded & enthusiastic -Tackle problems by brain storming -Bored with implementation & long term consolidation -Observants -Their actions are a part of a wide picture -Perfectionists -Analyze & synthesize -Dedicated to objectivity and rationality -Perfectionists -Analyze & synthesize -Dedicated to objectivity and rationality -Perfectionists -Analyze & synthesize -Dedicated to objectivity and rationality -Observants -Their actions are a part of a wide picture -Perfectionists -Analyze & synthesize -Dedicated to objectivity and rationality -Observants -Their actions are a part of a wide picture -Perfectionists -Analyze & synthesize -Dedicated to objectivity and rationality
    • 16. B) Know your audience I. Types of learners: The TRAP model Reem R. Al Olaby Pragmatists Activists Reflectors Theorists 4 types -Fully involved -Dominated by immediate experiences -Open minded & enthusiastic -Tackle problems by brain storming -Bored with implementation & long term consolidation -Observants -Their actions are a part of a wide picture -Perfectionists -Analyze & synthesize -Dedicated to objectivity and rationality -Keen on application & practice -Act quickly & confidently on ideas that attract them -Impatient with open ended discussions -Keen on application & practice -Act quickly & confidently on ideas that attract them -Impatient with open ended discussions -Keen on application & practice -Act quickly & confidently on ideas that attract them -Impatient with open ended discussions -Perfectionists -Analyze & synthesize -Dedicated to objectivity and rationality -Keen on application & practice -Act quickly & confidently on ideas that attract them -Impatient with open ended discussions -Perfectionists -Analyze & synthesize -Dedicated to objectivity and rationality -Keen on application & practice -Act quickly & confidently on ideas that attract them -Impatient with open ended discussions -Observants -Their actions are a part of a wide picture -Perfectionists -Analyze & synthesize -Dedicated to objectivity and rationality -Keen on application & practice -Act quickly & confidently on ideas that attract them -Impatient with open ended discussions -Observants -Their actions are a part of a wide picture -Perfectionists -Analyze & synthesize -Dedicated to objectivity and rationality -Keen on application & practice -Act quickly & confidently on ideas that attract them -Impatient with open ended discussions -Action oriented
    • 17. B) Know your audience I. Types of learners: The TRAP model Reem R. Al Olaby Pragmatists Activists Reflectors Theorists Philosophies “I’ll try anything once…” To leave no stone unturned Maximize certainty & feel uncomfortable with the subjectiveThere is always a better way If it works it is good
    • 18. B) Know your audience II. How to use the TRAP model to make a presentation that fits all types of learners • TRAP proof • Mind mapping Use colours for 4 types Red = Theorists Blue = Reflectors Green = Activists Black = Pragmatists Reem R. Al Olaby
    • 19. Processing information cycle This is where the sender feels, …., what they are going to say Turn their thoughts into something receiver can understand This is where the sender passes the message This is where the message is taken in Receiver tires to make sense of the message Receiver sends his message back
    • 20. Types of processors • Visual Pictures • Aural Hear & discuss what they heard • Kinesic Doing , trying it themselves
    • 21. B) Know your audience III. The Experience Level of the Audience • The IMPORTANT DON’T! – Strategies used: • Well prepared materials suitable for all • Dividing groups into subgroups • Activities according to group’s perspectives Reem R. Al Olaby
    • 22. B) Know your audience IV. The fatigue level of the audience • Anticipate & take into account Reem R. Al Olaby
    • 23. B) Know your audience V. The mood of the audience • Learn to adapt • Here is an example… • Ask ahead… Reem R. Al Olaby
    • 24. B) Know your audience VI. How to engage your audience • Hard equation = Educate, Entertain, Inform Sleeping audience • Good presenter One way monologue  2 ways dialogue Reem R. Al Olaby
    • 25. B) Know your audience VI. How to engage your audience – Techniques: • Ask Questions • Use Props • Get the Audience Working • Tell a Story • Instruct the Audience • Pause • Use Lists of Three Reem R. Al Olaby
    • 26. B) Know your audience VII. How to control the audience • Dealing with hecklers • Dealing with the dead hour • Handling interruptions Reem R. Al Olaby
    • 27. Conclusion Successful presentation Audience Presenter Presentation content Reem R. Al Olaby
    • 28. Conclusion The Components of a good presentation are: 1- Content: – An organized content – Spelling checked – Easy to memorize content – Brief sentences or words – Enroll pictures, diagrams and illustrations IF it will add to the presentation 2- Power point: – Using simple colors – Attractive font + a suitable font size – Suitable animation effects – Reem R. Al Olaby
    • 29. Conclusion • Benefits of a successful presentation Audience Reem R. Al Olaby
    • 30. Conclusion Know your audience: 1. Types of learners 2. TRAP model 3. Experience level of the audience 4. The fatigue level of the audience 5. The mood of the audience 6. How to engage your audience 7. How to control the audience Reem R. Al Olaby
    • 31. You are never given a dream without also being given the power to make it true. You may have to work for it, however. Richard Bach
    • 32. THANK YOU

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