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How To Make A Presentation

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    How To Make A Presentation How To Make A Presentation Presentation Transcript

    •  
    • Outline
      • Skills
      • Conversation
      • Interview
      • Meetings
      • Presentations
    • Key points
      • Speaking
        • Voice
        • Tone
        • Volume 
      • Language
        • Wording
        • Structure
    • Key Points
      • Non Verbal
        • Sounds
        • Body language
      • Hearing
        • Listening
        • Adapting/changing to respond to feedback
        • Listening to yourself.
    • Conversation
      • Non-verbal Body posture and open gestures Appropriate physical closeness and use of touch Maintaining eye contact Appropriate facial expressions Appearance and dress to suit the occasion
    • Conversation
      • Verbal Volume: don’t speak too loud or too quietly Vary tone of voice: monotone can sound boring Pace of conversation: not talking too quickly or too slowly Speaking clearly, not mumbling Avoiding umm’s and ahh’s they can be distraction
    • Conversation
      • Contents of a conversation Is it interesting? Is it relevant? Is it stimulating?
    • Conversation
      • Showing you are listening Acknowledging the other person Reflecting back on what was said Giving feedback on what was said Asking questions Responding to questions
    • Interviews
      • Before Interview 
      • Research on the position and organization
      • Prepare a list of questions
      • Practice with friends
      • What to wear
      • What to bring
    • Interviews
      • During Interview 
      • First impression
      • Introduce yourself
      • Exchange information and experiences
      • Show your enthusiasm and be self-confidence
      • Contact information
    • Interviews
      • After Interview 
      • Thank you notes or phone call
      • Send supplement reference
      • Self-reflection
      • Prepare for next interview
    • Meetings
      • Before the meeting:
      • Set the goal of the meeting.
      • Develop an agenda.
      • Distribute the agenda and any documents that will be used during the meeting.
      • Choose an appropriate time and place.
    • Meetings
      • During the meeting:
      • Start and end on time.
      • Review agenda and set meeting priority.
      • Encourage group discussions and feedbacks.
      • Keep focused on the topic.
      • Assign a scribe to write the minutes.
      • Summarize agreements reached.
      • Set time and place for next meeting.
    • Meetings
      • After the meeting:
      • Distribute minutes within 3 to 4 days.
      • Follow up on members to carry out their responsibilities after what was delegated to them.
      • Add unfinished business to the agenda for  next meeting.
      • Conduct a meeting evaluation.
    • Presentations
    • Presentations
      • Development Stage
        • Identify the purpose of the presentation
          • Informative or persuasive
        • Know the audience & understand their needs
    • Presentation Cont’d
      • Preparing a Presentation
      • Opening
        • Startling facts and provocative statements
        • Tell them what’s coming (agenda)
      • 2. Body
        • Provide reliable evidence to support the facts
        • Don’t cover too much material because that risk of going off topic
      • Closing
        • Provide summary of main points
        • Tell audience what action they should take
    • Presentation Cont’d
      • Presentation or Delivery Stage
      • Be Prepared
      • Preview the room where you will present
      • Take full deep breaths during presentation
      • Show enthusiasm for your topic
      • Dress accordingly
      • Practice, Practice, Practice
    • Credits
      • Adam DURANT-ALLEYNE
      • Ian LU  
      • Nicolas MARTINET
      • Raja KABARITI
      • Thaldeep SHARMA