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5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
5 secrets of great presentations
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5 secrets of great presentations

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5 things that make the difference between a mediocre and a great presentation

5 things that make the difference between a mediocre and a great presentation

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  • 1. secretsof greatpresentations
  • 2. 98 out of 100 presentations…
  • 3. ...are better off without an audience
  • 4. The other 2% however...
  • 5. ...inspire, persuade and move people
  • 6. The next time you speak, be part of that 2%!
  • 7. How do you get there?
  • 8. Good presentations follow simple rules
  • 9. Know your ObjectiveConnect with your OpeningHave a memorable EndUse stunning VisualsRehearse ‘til you drop
  • 10. #Know yourObjective
  • 11. You have to know exactly…
  • 12. …what you want to achieve*! * with your presentation
  • 13. Your objective should be…
  • 14. ...Clear…
  • 15. ...Specific…
  • 16. ...Persuasive…
  • 17. ...and Single!
  • 18. Commit all your resources to thisclear, specific, persuasive and single objective...
  • 19. ...and remove all other things.
  • 20. #Connect with yourOpening
  • 21. In less than 1 minute from the start…
  • 22. ...you have to prove to your audience...
  • 23. ...that you are worth listening to!
  • 24. Your opening has to...
  • 25. ...reveal your personal values...
  • 26. ...present your view on the subject...
  • 27. ...and be tailored to your audience!
  • 28. When your opening...reveals your personal values, ...presents your view, ...and is tailored to your audience
  • 29. ...you will connect!
  • 30. #Have a memorableEnd
  • 31. People tend to retain the best...
  • 32. …the things they hear last!
  • 33. You can make a memorable ending with...
  • 34. ...a call to action or...
  • 35. ...a summary of the 3 most important issues or...
  • 36. “ Routes rate me, Not the other way around. ” - Andy Cairns...an inspiring quote.
  • 37. Whatever ending you choose...
  • 38. ...make it simple, active and clear!
  • 39. #Use stunningVisuals
  • 40. Your slides are not meant to help you through your presentation...
  • 41. ...but to help your audience through your presentation!
  • 42. Do not put your story on your slide...
  • 43. ...but only your core message.
  • 44. Use images to emphasize your points
  • 45. Put less detail in your graph...
  • 46. ...but highlight what it is about.
  • 47. Remember:
  • 48. ...your slides are only the scenery of your performance!
  • 49. #Rehearse‘til you drop
  • 50. Good actors rehearse for ages...
  • 51. ...to be able to perform naturally.
  • 52. ...and so should YOU!
  • 53. REHEARSE...
  • 54. In front of your colleagues...
  • 55. ...your mirror...
  • 56. ...or your camera.
  • 57. REHEARSE...
  • 58. ...’til you drop. ;)
  • 59. When you prepare for your next presentation...
  • 60. ...remember these 5 rules.
  • 61. You might ask yourself:
  • 62. Why go through all this trouble?
  • 63. Because 98 out of 100 presentations...
  • 64. ...are not worth listening to.
  • 65. But if you make the difference...
  • 66. ...you will inspire, persuade and move people!
  • 67. Arthur Sevensternarthur@excellentpresenteren.nl www.excellentpresenteren.nl
  • 68. Photo-credits:1: Bettman/Corbis: March on Washington, August 28, 1963 (www.history.com)5/66: author’s collections7/62: flickr/bradleyolin/Route Map 213: author’s collections14: flickr/Paul Sapiano/Ice Mountain15: flickr/Andrew Magill/Thread16: flickr/Jason Hargrove/Intimidation17: flickr/Ilya Schurov/Alone in the White19: flickr/wlodi/Sand Carving, Sedina Statue Base21: flickr/William Warby/Stopwatch24: author’s collection25: flickr/Dan4th Nicholas/Justice sends mixed messages26: author’s collection27: author’s collection29: author’s collection33: author’s collection34/37: flickr/Robert Thivierge/Megaphone against the SPP35/37: filckr/David Baron/Alps36/37: author’s collection44: flickr/viajar24h.com/Kids48: author’s collection54: flickr/Scott Rumery/Sunday, our final day at Startup Weekend… Boom!55: flickr/Julie Vasquez/Jonathan Practicing His Lines In The Mirror56: flickr/Andy Melton/Front view58: flickr/andreas_fischler/Abseilen beim Abstieg von der Jungfrau60: www.istockphoto.com66: author’s collection67: www.istockphoto.com & author’s collection

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