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  • Paach Din Ladki In Paach Preach Effective Speech
  • Whatever technique you use, when you grab the attention of the audience you are on your way to a successful speech.
  • Slide 1 Heading Slide 2 Introduction Slide 3 – 11 Body Slide 12 Conclusion Slide 13 Footnote
  • Also answer the question don’t leave it question unanswered during the speech
  • When you have a good eye contact that means that you need to know your subject by hard. Walk around the room Don’t read everything other than some complex calculations else the audience will be bored Also don’t forget to read the Complex Calculations else if you make a mistake the audience will think that you don’t know about the topic very well
  • The humor here was “ Paach Din Ladki In” “ Paach Preach Effective Speech” At various intervals the humor should be added
  • One never becomes a "perfect" speaker; developing public speaking skills is a life-long experience.
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    • 1. Effective Speaking TipsAhmedabad Chapter of WIRC of ICSI Sumali Parikh
    • 2. Tips Get the attention Be Energetic •Tie your points •Tell your story•Structure your speech•Visual Aid & Testimony •Humor •Leave with a question mark•Look at the audience•“Wow” factor
    • 3. Get the attention  Use the technique to grab the attention of the audience.  Start with  Question.  Real story  Newspaper headings  Current Event
    • 4. Be Energetic  Speak with a variety in your voice  Gestures  Don’t become a statue  Facial Expressions  Smile / Exclamation / Excitement  Walk  Go near to the audience  Break  Pause for a second
    • 5. Structure your speech  Summarize your point in starting  Always have examples, definitions, testimony, statistics to support the speech  Graphs, Bars, Pictures
    • 6. Visual Aids & Testimony  Presentations  Overhead Projectors  Dry Erase Boards  Flip Charts  Evidence  Percentage / Statistics
    • 7. Tie your points  Heading  Introduction  Body  Conclusion  Footnote
    • 8. Tell your story  “W” Questions  What  Who  Where  When  Why  Then Answer the questions
    • 9. Look at the audience  Good Eye Contact  Move around the audience  Use note cards while using complex statistics
    • 10. “WOW” factor  There must be something in our speech which will make the audience think “WOW”.  Or there should be a visual / dramatic impact on the audience as they will understand immediately
    • 11. Humor  Speakers are definitely not a comedian but their must be a lightening in the speech so that the audience will accept them.  Humor here is basically tragedy separated by time and space.
    • 12. Leave with a question mark  The points discussed here definitely help in getting started in becoming a speaker  "Know your stuff. Know whom you are stuffing. Know when they are stuffed.“  What I want you to do as a result of this presentation is ……….