ART OF PRESENTING
CHANTELLE RECSKY & CHRISTINA KRAUSE

@crecsky @ck4q #QF14
BC Quality Forum 2014
What would you like to get
out of today?
What’s your biggest challenge
when presenting?
Over the next hour we will:
• Explore various presentation tactics
− Key principles to becoming engaging storyteller
− Con...
Five thoughts to keep in mind when
giving a great presentation
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To Inform
To Entertain
To Touch Emotions
To Move...
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To Inform
To Educate
To Entertain
To Touch Emotions
Move to Action
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To Inform
To Educate
To Entertain
To Touch Emotions
Move to Action
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To Inform
To Educate
To Entertain
To Touch Emotions
Move to Action
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To Inform
To Educate
To Entertain
To Touch Emotions
Move to Action
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To Inform
To Educate
To Entertain
To Touch Emotions
Move to Action
How do we create change at scale?

Strategy

Narrative

what?

why?

Shared understanding leads to

Action
Source: Helen B...
The key to motivation is understanding that
values inspire action through emotion

values

emotion
action
Source: Marshall...
Another View:
Quality of …

Another view:

Quality of …

“Fuel” of quality

Level One:
doing
(processes)

D. Balestracci. ...
Why are values so important?
Link
who I am – my values,
my experience, why I
do what I do

Story of Self
who we are – our shared
values, our shared
experien...
6 words per line

Speak clearly
Smile

Use 30pt font
Don’t over-prepare

Have fun

Know your audience

Lower your voice
En...
It depends…
Purpose
Five thoughts to keep in mind when
giving a great presentation
•
•
•
•
•

To Inform
To Entertain
To Touch Emotions
To Move...
Three questions to ask yourself:
1. How am I feeling about presenting?
2. What do I want to share with the audience?
3. Wh...
Content
Three questions to ask yourself:
1. What are the key messages?
2. What will most effectively convey my messages?
3. What’s...
Interaction
http://nikkimantyla.wordpress.com/2011/07/
Interaction Techniques:

1
2
3
4
5

Large group discussion
Table / small group discussion
Talk to your neighbour
One word
...
Cool new styles …
a cloud-based presentation software that opens up a
new world between whiteboards and slides.
a cloud-based presentation software that opens up a
new world between whiteboards and slides.
Zoomable canvas that makes i...
Patient Medication Journey
600 Cities
• Purpose: to share a powerful story
• Things to keep in mind:
• Can use only photo
• Requires rehearsal!
• It’s automatic...
Some things that you can do on SlideShare:
• Upload presentations publicly or privately
• Download presentations on any to...
Thank you for participating!
What were your a-ha moments?
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This presentation was delivered in session D6 of Quality Forum 2014 by:

Christina Krause
Executive Director
BCPSQC

Chantelle Recsky
Leader, Capability Development
BCPSQC

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The Art of Presenting

  1. 1. ART OF PRESENTING CHANTELLE RECSKY & CHRISTINA KRAUSE @crecsky @ck4q #QF14 BC Quality Forum 2014
  2. 2. What would you like to get out of today?
  3. 3. What’s your biggest challenge when presenting?
  4. 4. Over the next hour we will: • Explore various presentation tactics − Key principles to becoming engaging storyteller − Concrete examples on successful presentations − Look at cool styles: Prezi | Pecha Kucha | Slideshare • Reflections
  5. 5. Five thoughts to keep in mind when giving a great presentation • • • • • To Inform To Entertain To Touch Emotions To Move to Action To Educate
  6. 6. • • • • • To Inform To Educate To Entertain To Touch Emotions Move to Action
  7. 7. • • • • • To Inform To Educate To Entertain To Touch Emotions Move to Action
  8. 8. • • • • • To Inform To Educate To Entertain To Touch Emotions Move to Action
  9. 9. • • • • • To Inform To Educate To Entertain To Touch Emotions Move to Action
  10. 10. • • • • • To Inform To Educate To Entertain To Touch Emotions Move to Action
  11. 11. How do we create change at scale? Strategy Narrative what? why? Shared understanding leads to Action Source: Helen Bevan, 2010 Source: Marshall Ganz
  12. 12. The key to motivation is understanding that values inspire action through emotion values emotion action Source: Marshall Ganz
  13. 13. Another View: Quality of … Another view: Quality of … “Fuel” of quality Level One: doing (processes) D. Balestracci. Data Sanity. 2009 Level Two: thinking/ decision making “Engine” of quality Level Three: information that influences thinking Level Four: information that influences behavior Level Five: relationships (information flow) Level Six: perceptions and feelings (culture) Level Seven: individuals mind-sets (personal beliefs and values) Building advanced improvement capability for BC
  14. 14. Why are values so important?
  15. 15. Link
  16. 16. who I am – my values, my experience, why I do what I do Story of Self who we are – our shared values, our shared experience, and why we do what we do Story of Now Source: Samantha Bailey, Based Upon the Work of Marshall Ganz transforms the present into a moment of challenge, hope, and choice Story of Us
  17. 17. 6 words per line Speak clearly Smile Use 30pt font Don’t over-prepare Have fun Know your audience Lower your voice End on a positive Make notes Don’t be nervous Stand up straight Don’t animate slides Don’t use bullet points Use humour Tell a story But not too slow Don’t use notes Be prepared Make eye contact Finish on time Dress nicely Use bullet points Use pictures 6 lines per slide Go slow Leave time for questions Less than 20 words per slide
  18. 18. It depends…
  19. 19. Purpose
  20. 20. Five thoughts to keep in mind when giving a great presentation • • • • • To Inform To Entertain To Touch Emotions To Move to Action To Educate
  21. 21. Three questions to ask yourself: 1. How am I feeling about presenting? 2. What do I want to share with the audience? 3. What strategies will help me feel prepared?
  22. 22. Content
  23. 23. Three questions to ask yourself: 1. What are the key messages? 2. What will most effectively convey my messages? 3. What’s the “right” amount of detail?
  24. 24. Interaction
  25. 25. http://nikkimantyla.wordpress.com/2011/07/
  26. 26. Interaction Techniques: 1 2 3 4 5 Large group discussion Table / small group discussion Talk to your neighbour One word Write down
  27. 27. Cool new styles …
  28. 28. a cloud-based presentation software that opens up a new world between whiteboards and slides.
  29. 29. a cloud-based presentation software that opens up a new world between whiteboards and slides. Zoomable canvas that makes it fun to explore ideas and the connections between them.
  30. 30. Patient Medication Journey
  31. 31. 600 Cities
  32. 32. • Purpose: to share a powerful story • Things to keep in mind: • Can use only photo • Requires rehearsal! • It’s automatic: 20 second tidbits for a story • Feel free to morph it
  33. 33. Some things that you can do on SlideShare: • Upload presentations publicly or privately • Download presentations on any topic and reuse or remix • Embed on blogs, websites, company intranets • Share on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn • Leadshare: generate leads with your presentations, documents, pdfs, videos • Slidecast: sync mp3 audio with slides to create a webinar • Embed YouTube videos inside SlideShare presentations
  34. 34. Thank you for participating! What were your a-ha moments?

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