SHERYLSANDBERG    COO offacebookWHYWEHAVETOOFEWW   OMENLEADERS
ONEOFTHE25MOSTINFLUENTIALPEOPLEONTHEWEB  BloombergBusinessweek 2011  Oneofthe 50 "MostPowerful   Women in   Business”     ...
THESIS: WOMEN ARENOT MAKING ITTO THE TOP OF     ANY PROFESSIONANYWHERE IN THE WORLD                By: Ana Di Mase
CAPTURING THE ATTENTION…ATTENTION-GETTER:STRIKING FACTS –HUMOR –BODY LANGUAGE                            Picture: Donna Su...
Illustration: fuyuyoi         Sheryl Sandberg maintained the audience attention            by using verbal and non-vocal d...
Curiosity and Passion – Story – Laughter – Not Read
4.8  Sandberg was active and expressive, she incorporated vocal variety and supportinggestures. Although she could have be...
NANCY DUARTE’S 5 RULES:Although much of Duarte’s rules are forvisual presentation, which Sandbergdidn’t have, she followed...
PRESENTATION    ZENThe tip used by SherylSandberg the mostwasNATURALNESS bycreating an engaging speechin aconversational w...
What SherylSandberg showed      me… Mastering my verbaldelivery is key for public  speaking, as it is an  organized speech...
Ken Robinson and SherylSandberg…While Sandberg andRobinson are both activeand conversational.Sandbergs speech wasmore orga...
Sir Ken Robinson followed         all the TEDcommandments, they bothused laughter and story the most. He was much more ene...
Delivery is key…    Creating a non  monotone speech is important, it createsemphasis and interest. Project a comfortablean...
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  1. 1. SHERYLSANDBERG COO offacebookWHYWEHAVETOOFEWW OMENLEADERS
  2. 2. ONEOFTHE25MOSTINFLUENTIALPEOPLEONTHEWEB BloombergBusinessweek 2011 Oneofthe 50 "MostPowerful Women in Business” Fortune 2008 Illustration: Alexander Wells fortheGuardian
  3. 3. THESIS: WOMEN ARENOT MAKING ITTO THE TOP OF ANY PROFESSIONANYWHERE IN THE WORLD By: Ana Di Mase
  4. 4. CAPTURING THE ATTENTION…ATTENTION-GETTER:STRIKING FACTS –HUMOR –BODY LANGUAGE Picture: Donna Sutton
  5. 5. Illustration: fuyuyoi Sheryl Sandberg maintained the audience attention by using verbal and non-vocal delivery skills. Incorporating humor and personal stories.
  6. 6. Curiosity and Passion – Story – Laughter – Not Read
  7. 7. 4.8 Sandberg was active and expressive, she incorporated vocal variety and supportinggestures. Although she could have been more energetic.
  8. 8. NANCY DUARTE’S 5 RULES:Although much of Duarte’s rules are forvisual presentation, which Sandbergdidn’t have, she followed the 1st rule.TREAT YOUR AUDIENCE AS KINGconveying her speech in a clear easyand understanding way
  9. 9. PRESENTATION ZENThe tip used by SherylSandberg the mostwasNATURALNESS bycreating an engaging speechin aconversational way Picture: 123RF by chode
  10. 10. What SherylSandberg showed me… Mastering my verbaldelivery is key for public speaking, as it is an organized speech. Photo credit: Hubert Burda Media/Flickr
  11. 11. Ken Robinson and SherylSandberg…While Sandberg andRobinson are both activeand conversational.Sandbergs speech wasmore organized.They both mastered averbal and non verbaldelivery skills Bloomberg/GettyImages
  12. 12. Sir Ken Robinson followed all the TEDcommandments, they bothused laughter and story the most. He was much more energetic than Sandburg therefore created a betterconnection to the audience. cclicensedflickrphotoshared by TheBusinessMakers
  13. 13. Delivery is key… Creating a non monotone speech is important, it createsemphasis and interest. Project a comfortableand secure image. Uselaghter and story to be more conversational Photograph by: Reuters, Reuters
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