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    • How to Present a Presentation
      • Presented by
      • Rahul Sharma
      • Lecturer
      • Computer Department
      • SDM PG Girls College, Mahila Ashram
      • Bhilwara
    • Believe in yourself and your audience will too
    • Presentation preparation
      • Why? What? Who?
      • • Why are you presenting?
      • • What is the presentation about?
      • • Who are you presenting to?
    • Presentation design
      • To design a good presentation you must start with a clear plan and use clear messages.
      How to design a great presentation...
    • Presentation Topics
      • The problem is that you have too much choice. So how do you choose the right presentation topic?
    • Presentation Ideas
      • Looking for some ideas?
    • Design inspiration from websites and blogs
    • How to structure a presentation
      • Starting a presentation
      • The middle of a presentation
      • The end of the presentation
    • Essential Presentation Skills
      • The Three Presentation Essentials.
      • Use visual aids where you can.
      • Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse.
      • The audience will only remember three messages.
    • 1. Use Visual Aids
      • Remove the bullet points –
      • use pictures instead.
      • How we take in information during a presentation
      • Use visuals (pictures, graphs, tables) whenever you can
      • In a speech you are only using 38% of the communication medium
      • Replace the bullet points
      How should you use visual aids?
    • Finding a Picture for your Presentation
    • Making the presentation memorable
      • “ A picture is worth a thousand words"
    • Achieving your objectives
    • Ice Breakers
      • Power Point slides designed to get the audience interested - or even better,
      • it can allow some form of audience participation.
    • 2. Rehearsal
      • "If you fail to prepare, you are prepared to fail"
      • Plan to rehearse your presentation out loud at least 4 times.
      • Make sure that one of your rehearsals is in front of a really scary audience - family, friends, partners, colleagues, children.
        • - They will tell you quite plainly where you are going wrong - as well as providing you with the support that you need.
      How to Rehearse
    • Rehearse against the clock
    • The Five Minute Presentation
      • Advertisers can get a complete story across in less than 30 seconds so five minutes should be fine.
      "It takes five hours to prepare a five minute presentation"
    • Rehearsal
      • Memorize your script
      • Video or tape record yourself
    • 3. The Rule of Three
      • The audience are likely to remember only three things from your presentation
      • plan in advance what these will be.
    • The Rule of Three
      • There are three parts to your presentation
        • The beginning, the middle and the end.
      • Use lists of three wherever you can in your presentation
      • In Presentations "Less is More"
        • If you have four points to get across - cut one out.
    • Lose the Fear: Get out there and speak.
    • Presentation Hints and Tips
      • Start with a quotation.
      • Write it down
        • Write down your speech, but try not to read from it. If you have written it down - if you dry up, you will be able to pick it back up again.
    • Business presentation tips
      • Why are you presenting?
      • Block out some time in your diary.
      • Reduce bullet points, increase pictures.
      • Rehearsing.
      “ Selling yourself is a key part of commercial life”
    • Incorporate Humor in your Presentation
      • Appropriate humor relaxes an audience and makes it feel more comfortable with you as the speaker.
    • The other half of a presentation: your audience
      • The importance of good strong starts
      • Reading your audience
    • Effective Presentations
      • Find a "Hook" for your next presentation
      • Thank you