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Presentation Skills

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these are some skills which is really required in a good presentation.

these are some skills which is really required in a good presentation.

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  • 1. Presentation Skills Presented by-Brijesh Pulaiya
  • 2. Qualities of the Presenter
    • Present him/her self first
    • Is appropriately groomed
    • Is motivated
    • Speaks for all to hear and understand
    • Uses appropriate language
    • Uses their hands to show and guide
  • 3. Guiding Principles
      • Make it simple
      • Make it clear
      • Don’t let the technology dominate the presentation. You want the audience to remember the quality of your research, not your PowerPoint wizardry
  • 4. Prepare
    • Purpose
    • Key message
    • Study/Research
    • Facts not openion
    • Main point
  • 5. Key points of Good Presentation
    • Identify Audience
    • Keep it silly simple
    • Easy to understand
    • Clear & Concise
    • More focus-More gain
  • 6. Write
    • Choose style
    • Story/Quote
    • Hierarchal
    • Bullet Points
    • Very short sentences
  • 7. Deliver
    • Give real life examples
    • Watch Less
    • You deliver not PowerPoint
  • 8. Sound
    • Vary Pitch & Speed
    • Avoid Boring things
    • The Power of Pause
    • Repeat
    • Audience can read
  • 9. Body Language
    • Hand movements
    • Stand Effect
    • Eye Contact
    • Be Informal, Normal & Friendly
  • 10. Presentation Etiquettes
    • Remain Professional
    • Dress well
    • Be positive & Optimistic