ONEOFTHE25MOSTINFLUENTIALPEOPLEONTHEWEB BloombergBusinessweek 2011 Oneofthe 50 "MostPowerful Women in Business” Fortune 2008 Illustration: Alexander Wells fortheGuardian
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 Sutton
Illustration: fuyuyoi Sheryl Sandberg maintained the audience attention by using verbal and non-vocal delivery skills. Incorporating humor and personal stories.
Curiosity and Passion – Story – Laughter – Not Read
4.8 Sandberg was active and expressive, she incorporated vocal variety and supportinggestures. Although she could have been more energetic.
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
PRESENTATION ZENThe tip used by SherylSandberg the mostwasNATURALNESS bycreating an engaging speechin aconversational way Picture: 123RF by chode
What SherylSandberg showed me… Mastering my verbaldelivery is key for public speaking, as it is an organized speech. Photo credit: Hubert Burda Media/Flickr
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
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
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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