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Effective presentation skill

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Effective presentation skill

Effective presentation skill

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  • 1. Introduction to Presentation Skills Prepare by:- Ankita Khant 130210116025 Guided by:- ChetanTrivedi Government Engineering Collage , BVN.
  • 2. Agenda • Preparation and Practice • Tone and Body Language • Perfect PowerPoint • Flipcharts and Whiteboards • Dealing with questions and interruptions • Facing your fears • Where to go next
  • 3. What makes a good presentation? • Divide into groups • What makes a good presentation? • Some things to think about - presenter - resources - structure
  • 4. Preparation • Preparation is key! • Key message • Audience • Time • Resources • Close
  • 5. Structuring your Presentation • Three section structure: introduction information recap. • Prepare everything you need in advance • Check on the day that everything works
  • 6. Practice • Practice in front of people • In the venue • Fix things that don’t work • Timing • Gets you used to being in front of an audience.
  • 7. Giving the Presentation • Only a small proportion comes from what you say • Posture. • Tone of voice. • Don’t rush!
  • 8. Warm up! • Helps you to relax • Helps you to be heard • Helps you to sound more confident.
  • 9. Giving the Presentation, cont: • Clothing: comfortable, appropriate • Maintain eye contact • Use notes if you need them • Think about when to use handouts
  • 10. Public Speaking Tips • Breathe deeply • Take your time • Test the microphone • Smile!
  • 11. PowerPoint tips • Look at the audience, not the slides • Don’t overcrowd • Pay attention to colour and layout • Print out slides • Test beforehand
  • 12. Flipcharts and Whiteboards Good Points • Low-tech • Easy to add to • More contact with audience • More interactive Bad Points • Can only use once • Can’t add graphics • Can be hard to read • Hard to see
  • 13. Flipcharts and Whiteboard Tips • Don’t hide! • Draw lines if needed • Pay attention to colour • Call ahead to check on facilities • Stick to a few key points
  • 14. Dealing with Questions • Questions show people are listening! • Allow time to deal with them • Decide when to answer them • Try and anticipate • Don’t be afraid to stop and think
  • 15. What if I don’t know the answer? • Open it to the floor • Take details and answer later • Repeat the question back if you don’t understand it
  • 16. Facing your Fears • Write your fears on a post-it • Stick them up • Find ways to face them in the group
  • 17. Any Questions?
  • 18. Thank you !!