Effective Presentation skills

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Effective Presentation skills

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  2. 2. Parul Institute Of Engineering and Technology Effective Presentation Strategies Prepared By Ms. Dipali Pandya 2Topic: Presentation Skills
  3. 3. Let’s know the Topic • Presentation Skills • Purpose • Audience • 10 Tips for effective presentation • Content • Visual Aids • Kinesics • Proxemics • Paralinguistic • Chronemics • Conclusion 3Topic: Presentation Skills
  4. 4. Presentation • Presentation - Art of Speaking • Purpose - To inform - To analyze - To persuade • Know your Audience - Interest - Familiarity with Topic - Size of Group - Age & Gender Range 4Topic: Presentation Skills
  5. 5. 10 ways for Effective Presentation  Always begin with a Smile.  Make an eye contact with your audience. 5Topic: Presentation Skills
  6. 6. 10 ways for Effective Presentation  Begin with anecdotes or video clip.  Be Clear about the Topic.  Emphasize Key points.  Use Visual Aids.  Speak with confidence.  Make your points clear and easy.  Dress for Success  Encourage questions from audience. 6Topic: Presentation Skills
  7. 7.  Be Confident.  Have Positive Approach 7Topic: Presentation Skills
  8. 8. Content  Your content should be: - Brief - Clear - Significant - Interesting  Main Body Introduction Main Text Conclusion 8Topic: Presentation Skills
  9. 9.  Introduction: • Question – How important is this topic? – When will it be useful? • A sincere greeting – Warm welcome to my enthusiastic friends • Starting statement – I am here to brief you about … • Quotation – First impression is … • Anecdote / Experience – Story / incident 9 Organizing content Topic: Presentation Skills
  10. 10. Organizing content  Main Body/Discussion • It supports your aim or specific purpose by expanding the major points. • Patterns: • Chronological • Categorical • Cause and Effect • Problem-Solution 10Topic: Presentation Skills
  11. 11.  Conclusion: • Remind the audience briefly about outline • One can conclude with a quotation or recall the earlier story, joke, anecdote to bring one’s presentation to a full circle. • Tell them what you want them – To do – To think – To remember 11 Organizing content Topic: Presentation Skills
  12. 12. The importance of Visual Aids  Increase audience interest  Illustrate key points  Signal transition from one part of the presentation to the next  Help listeners retain information  Help you present ideas without depending on notes 12 Topic: Presentation Skills
  13. 13. Visual support • Objects • Models • People • Drawings • Photographs • Maps • Graphs – bar – pie – line 13Topic: Presentation Skills
  14. 14. Kinesics • Kinesics is known as the study of physical movement of body. It is the way body communicates without words, i.e., through various parts of the body. • Body language is a form of mental and physical ability of human non-verbal communication, which consists of body posture, gestures, facial expressions, and eye movements.  ‘Nobility and dignity; self-abasement and servility, insolence and vulgarity, are reflected in the face and in the attitudes of the body whether still or in motion.’ - Socrates 14Topic: Presentation Skills
  15. 15. According to the social anthropologist, Edward T. Hall, in a normal conversation between two persons, less than 35% of the social meanings is actually transmitted by words. So, at least 65% of it is conveyed through the body (non-verbal channel). 15Topic: Presentation Skills
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  17. 17. Posture 17Topic: Presentation Skills
  18. 18. Posture • Hands in pocket (disrespectful in Turkey) • Sitting with legs crossed (offensive in Ghana, Turkey) • Showing soles of feet. (Offensive in Saudi Arabia) 18Topic: Presentation Skills
  19. 19. Gesture • Gesture is movement made by hands, arms, shoulders, head and torso. • It should be quite natural and spontaneous. • Beware of irritating gestures like: × Playing with a ring × Twisting a key chain × Clasping the hands tightly × Cracking knuckles 19Topic: Presentation Skills
  20. 20. Facial Expressions • The face is the most expressive part of the body. A smile stands for friendliness A frown for discontent Raised eyebrows for disbelief Tightened jaw muscles for antagonism 20Topic: Presentation Skills
  21. 21. Five Basic Expressions • Inhibited – restricted and stolid • Uninhibited – spontaneous and impetuous • Substitute – happy with a long face • Frozen – no change in expression • Blank – no expression at all 21Topic: Presentation Skills
  22. 22. Proxemics • Proxemics is the study of physical space in interpersonal relations. In a professional setting, space is used to signal power and status. • Four distinct zones of space • Intimate • Personal • Social • Public 22Topic: Presentation Skills
  23. 23. Paralinguistics and Chronemics • Paralinguistics features are non-verbal vocal cues that help you to give urgency to your voice.  Characteristics  Quality  Volume  Pace/Rate  Pitch  Articulation  Pronunciation • Chronemics – the study of how human beings communicate through their use of time. 23Topic: Presentation Skills
  24. 24. Things You Shouldn’t Do • Read directly from notes • Read directly from screen • Turn back on audience • Slouch, hands in pockets • No nervous gestures • Talk too fast • Talk too quietly Topic: Presentation Skills
  25. 25. Practice takes you from this.. 25Topic: Presentation Skills
  26. 26. To this…. 26Topic: Presentation Skills
  27. 27. Conclusion • To recapitulate, oral presentation is an art that requires careful planning, preparation, and a great deal of practice. Video:1 27Topic: Presentation Skills
  28. 28. References • Raman Minakshi & Sharma Sangeeta, ‘Technical Communication: Principles and Practice’, 2008. New Delhi : Oxford University Press. • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXILI9Q1jIw • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBthvuOQpKc 28Topic: Presentation Skills
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