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  • The 10 Worst Human Fears Source: Book of Lists, USA 01 Speaking before a group 02 Heights 03 Insects and bugs 04 Financial problems 05 Deep Water 06 Sickness 07 Death 08 Flying 09 Loneliness 10 Dogs
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  • Objectives
    • Become aware of the important elements of a presentation.
    • Prepare and deliver an effective presentation
      • Building the Base
      • Platform Skills
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    • Presentations
  • Great Presentation
    • Great Design
    • Great Delivery
    • Think of a topic on which you would be making a 5 to 7 mins presentation
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  • Outline the Purpose of the Presentation
    • You need to define your purpose for giving the presentation
    • Purpose of Presentation
      • To sell your Product/Service
      • To Inform / Teach
      • To Motivate / Inspire
      • To Instruct
      • To Persuade
      • To Entertain
  • ‘ If I had eight hours to chop down a tree, I’d spend six sharpening my axe!’ Abraham Lincoln
  • Audience Analysis
  • Understand Audience
    • Who is in your audience?
    • Are they novice / key members for making decisions?
    • Why are they there?
    • What do they know about you?
    • What is their current knowledge of the topic?
    • What do they want / need to know?
    • What is their background / experience / Education?
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  • A person with an opinion and no data is just another person with an opinion.
  • Research the Topic
    • What are the key books/journals/websites relating to your topic?
    • Is there someone in particular that you should interview for information?
    • Do you have any existing notes on the topic?
    • Are there any other sources that you think could be useful?
  • Success occurs when opportunity meets preparation.
    • Begin with the end in mind…
  • Close
    • Most important stage along with opening
    • Why write close first
      • Focus on outcome
      • Helps you edit content
    • Reinforces the connection between your presentation and challenges facing the audience
    • Action Required
  • How Will You Close
    • How will you signal your close?
    • How will you summarise your main points?
    • What action is required from the audience?
    • How will you close with impact?
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  • Open with Impact
    • Impact Title
      • Presentation Skills vs. Present or Perish
    • Pace
      • Fast paced vs. Laid back
    • Connect
      • Story, Question, Joke, Quote, Arresting Fact
    • Benefit
      • Expectations from the session
      • Objectives
  • Structure: might not look pretty but will not run without it
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  • Body
    • Urgent Problem to be Solved
      • Problems
      • Options
      • Solutions
    • Decision to be Made
      • Opportunities
      • Risk
      • Recommendations
    • Sell a Product/Strategy
      • Features
      • Benefit
      • Proof
        • Past Sales Proof Statements
        • The Guarantee
        • Testimonials
        • Company Proof Results
  • Body
      • Chronological
        • Events in order of occurrence
      • Narrative
        • On a journey
      • Case Study
        • Learn from other
  • Body - Tell Stories
    • Good stories have
      • Interesting, clear beginnings
      • Provocative, engaging content in the middle
      • A clear, logical conclusion
      • Clear Take away’s
      • Can be related to the point that you want to make
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  • Structure : Repeat 3 Times
    • It has been shown that it takes at least 3 repetitions of information for people to be able to absorb and retain
    • This leads to the following approach to presentation:
      • Tell them what you’re going to tell them
      • Tell them
      • Tell them what you told them
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  • KEY RULES FOR DESIGN
    • Use one concept per slide
    • Use Key words and phrases
    • Bullet points
    • Heading / Captions
    • Company Logo
    • Standard Company
    • format
    • Top three things that annoy them
    • about bad PowerPoint presentations:
    • The speaker read the slides to us – 67.4%
    • Full sentences instead of bullet points – 45.4%
    • Text so small I couldn't read it – 45.0%
    • Source: What annoys Audiences about Power point presentations?
    • Dave Paradi, Author of The Visual Slide Revolution
    Results from the 2009 Annoying PowerPoint Survey
      • Layout
      • Consistency
        • Placement of Text and images
        • Fonts and Sizes
        • Background colour
        • Style and treatment of the slides
        • Language check
      • Colour
      • Density of Text on slides
      • Drawing – Charts/ Figures / Tables
    KEY RULES FOR DESIGN
  • GREAT DELIVERY OF PRESENTATIONS
    • Voice
    • Managing Time
    • Language
    • Movement
    • Body Language
  • VOICE
  • 10/20/30 Rule of PowerPoint
    • A PPT should have ten slides
    • No more than twenty minutes
    • font no smaller than thirty points
  • BODY LANGUAGE
  • BE PREPARED FOR EXCEGENCY…
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  • MANAGING DIFFICULT AUDIENCES
    • The Loudmouth
    • The Story teller/ Rambler
    • The Broken Record
    • The Whisperer
    • The Devil’s Advocate
  • The PRESENTATION…
  • The PRESENTATION…
  • THE PRESENTATION…
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