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Mastering powerpoint presentations.
State of the art presentations.
How to talk in public.
Top knot presentations.
How to make a powerful presentation.
Impacting audiences with great presentations.

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  • 1. STATE-OF-THE-ART PRESENTATIONS www.antonioalcocer.com
  • 2. REMEMBER GOLDEN RULE 1… You have 30-60 sec. to attract the audience’s interest
  • 3. You must create and hold interest from audience [3 minutes] 2nd Golden Rule: “Add value”
  • 4. 3rd Golden Rule: Communication 93% voice & body language 7% what you say [content]
  • 5. 1. MESSAGE? [What is your purpose?] [What do you want to achieve?]
  • 6. What you are going to say [Research, be right, facts references, evidence, opinions]
  • 7.
    • 2. TARGET AUDIENCE? Research
    • Background
    • Needs
    • Age
    • Position
  • 8. 2. WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE? Different levels & depth of info provided
  • 9. 3. HOW ARE YOU GO ING TO SAY IT?
    • Introduction
    • Body of talk
    • Conclusion
    [STRUCTURE]
  • 10. 4. PRESENTATION ENVIRONMENT?
    • Resources available?
    • Be 20’ before presentation starts
    • Properly dressed?
  • 11. 5. HOLDING AUDIENCE ATTENTION B. Zander presentation link @TED
    • 20’ duration
    • Show enthusiasm
    • Provide relevant info
    • Rythm: ups/downs
    • Proximity
    • Interaction
    • Compromise formal-informal
    • Personal own examples
    • It is “human”
    • Body language
  • 12. 6. Keep in mind… … tips for success
  • 13. Body language is important Gestures Eye contact
  • 14. 10 slides LENGTH
  • 15. 21 minutes maximum attention time frame DURATION
  • 16. Ensure text can be read 18pt read up to 10 meters 30pt most uses 36pt for main headings FONT SIZE
  • 17. FONT TYPE Use sans serif: Helvetica Univer Arial
  • 18. MUST GAIN INTEREST FROM AUDIENCE PLACE MOST IMPORTANT INFO 2/3
  • 19. “ Short is sweet” 7 words per line 10 per page maximum
  • 20. FONTS
  • 21. 4. DOWNFALLS IN PRESENTATIONS DEBATE
  • 22. 4. DOWNFALLS IN PRESENTATIONS
    • Fiddle (clothes, hair, pen)
    • Drowning voice (too fast, low)
    • Body language
    • Hands in pockets
    • Too much info
    • Read full script
    • Stand with back to audience
    • Be arrogant
    • Poor quality slides
    • Show one thing & talk about other
    • Time keeping
  • 23. GOOD PRESENTATIONS ASSESS: VOICE VISUAL SLIDES INFORMATION CONVEYED RAPPORT TIMEKEEPING QUESTIONS Projection Clarity of diction Speaking to audience Redeable Well prepared Appropiate Well Handled Relevant Structure Logical Informative Relevance Quality & relevance of answers Eye contact Body language Appearance No distracting mannerism
  • 24. CONCLUSION Summarise/conclude your thoughts