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Presentation Skills

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Presentation Skills Workshop conducted on 16 May 2009 exclusively for BNI Rainmaker chapter members at Wisma WIM.

Presentation Skills Workshop conducted on 16 May 2009 exclusively for BNI Rainmaker chapter members at Wisma WIM.

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  • 1. Presentation Skills Workshop 2009
  • 2. Let’s get Physical!
  • 3. Betty Botter bought some butter, But, she said, the butter’s bitter; If I put it in my batter It will make my batter bitter, But a bit of better butter That would make my batter better. So she bought a bit of butter Better than her bitter butter, And she put it in her batter And the batter was not bitter. So t’was better Betty Botter Bought a bit of better butter.
  • 4. Commanding PRESENCE
  • 5. Attire
  • 6. Posture & Body Language
  • 7. “Be a SMILEY”
  • 8. Eye Contact
  • 9. Handshake
  • 10. Your Voice
  • 11. VOICE CONTROL Check your “frequencies” Speaking out loud without shouting Voice control - address small/medium/large crowd Linking your voice to eye contact Intonation
  • 12. USING THE MICROPHONE
  • 13. OOH! AH! ERR.....
  • 14. KNOCK OFF YOUR HABITS!
  • 15. PRACTICAL #1 INTRODUCING...
  • 16. Take a break!
  • 17. Public Speaking Tips
  • 18. Conquer your fear!
  • 19. build rapport
  • 20. Be in control
  • 21. maintain eye contact
  • 22. know your script well
  • 23. mirroring some NLP techniques gnirorrim
  • 24. anchoring some NLP techniques gnirohcna
  • 25. yes, yes, yes! some NLP techniques ,sey !sey ,sey
  • 26. Practical #2 Laughter’s the best medicine!
  • 27. Improving our 60s 10s - Brief Introduction: • State your name, company & what business are you in. 20s - Value Propositions or Success Story: • Be clear and concise. • Highlight how have you solve customer problems and win customer satisfaction. • How you stands out among the competition. • Quote customer name/company if possible. • Share deal size if possible.
  • 28. Improving our 60s 25s - The Referrals you’re looking for: • Be very specific, quote names if possible. • Quantify. Let us know how this referral may help you achieve your personal or business goals. • Tell us what are the things you empower us to do when we come across such referrals. 5s - Quote your memory hook
  • 29. Practical #3 60s Presentation
  • 30. Effective 10mins Preso
  • 31. Preparing your 10+1min Preso • Don’t use Powerpoint if you don’t have to. • Prepare the flow of presentation in your head • What are the visuals that can enhance your presentation • Rehearse your speech & presentation • Use the following format: 1.
Introduc,on 2.
Products
&
Services 3.
Unique
Value
Proposi,ons
(5W,
1H) 4.
Business
Alliances/Contact
Spheres 5.
Case
Studies
&
Tes,monials/References 6.
Looking
for? 7.
Ques,ons
&
Answers
  • 32. Preparing your 10+1min Preso Evaluation Criteria on presentation skills: a.
English b.
Presence c.
Eye
Contact d.
Flow
of
Presenta,on e.
Effec,veness
of
presenta,on
materials f.
Time
Alloca,on
  • 33. Using PowerPoint... • PowerPoint is “evil!” if used wrongly • PowerPoint is only a visual aid • Use it to illustrate keypoints that are otherwise hard to express verbally • You lead the slides, not the other way round • Limit your slides to about 12 (max) which includes title & ending page
  • 34. Using PowerPoint... • Create/Use stunning & effective visuals • Check formatting, grammar and spelling • Use consistent font, fontsize & colours • Don’t make it too wordy • Backup, backup, backup! • Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse!
  • 35. Practical #4 Showtime!
  • 36. Thank you for coming

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