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Presentation Skills - A Quick Guide

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Presentation Skills is important as a tool to make a lasting impression. So please go through this and keep these points handy. Happy presenting!

Presentation Skills is important as a tool to make a lasting impression. So please go through this and keep these points handy. Happy presenting!

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  • 1. PresentationSkillsAdithya LigoryDigital Marketing
  • 2. 2PresentatiSkillsAudienceComprehensionDeliveryPreparation
  • 3. 3Prepare and me?For a presentation?
  • 4. 4 Communication with the audience is certainly a must, andeffective methods of communicating start with thoroughpreparation An important condition in preparing for a successful pitch is togive yourself enough time to prepare, making notes will help toknow the topic covered Create visual aids with humor, for example, so the audience iskept lively, this comes in handy when audience engagement isconsidered and for a glowing review from them mainly becausethey were entertained Get help from an outside source, the feedback given will helpalter the content and delivery of the presentation Plan for questions from the audience, being the one who ismaking a pitch makes you captainPrepare For APresentation
  • 5. 5AudienceComprehensionSCORES-SIMPLEE-ENJOYABLER-RELEVANTO-ORIGINALC-CLEAR
  • 6. 6PredictiveProductivity-ForecastingPositiveBusinessContinuity-StrategizePositiveAggression-CompetitiveBusinessVocabulary-LanguageSkillsRemember The Business Need
  • 7. 7DeliveryKnowyourmaterialDon’tspeak toyourslidesDo notmemorizePaceyourselfRehearseyourpresentationKnow theroom
  • 8. 8SpeakerComprehension
  • 9. 9MISTAKES WHILEMAKING THEPRESENTATION
  • 10. 10 You Dont Know Your Topic! The Slides Are NOT Your Presentation T. M. I. (Too Much Information) Poorly Chosen Design Template or Design Theme Electrifying Color Choices Poor Font Choices Extraneous Photos and Graphs W-A-Y Too Many Slides Different Animations on Every Slide Hardware MalfunctionsAVOID THESE COMMON ERRORS
  • 11. 11Questions To Ask What is the purpose of the presentation? Do I know my audience? Am I making it simple? Have I edited the presentation to suit the audience? Do I know keyboard shortcuts? Are rehearsals meant for Broadway? Are the conditions in the room conducive? Do I have a Plan B?
  • 12. 12Video On TheImportance Of BodyLanguageThe presentation depends on a crucial marker in a speaker’sbehaviour.Body language is determines whether your presentation hitsthe target or not.The following video demonstrates the impact of bodylanguage and hand movements in a presentation.
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  • 14. 14Questions
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