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I created and presented this set of slides to research postgrad students at Lincoln University 21 Jun 2012. My reason for giving the presentation was to help students understand the potential of great …

I created and presented this set of slides to research postgrad students at Lincoln University 21 Jun 2012. My reason for giving the presentation was to help students understand the potential of great presentations. Get exposed to other options for presentation styles, and get exposure to some of the wonderful online resources available to help them improve their presentation skills.

I truely believe that presentation skills are something that we

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  • 1. Dorje McKinnon
  • 2. http://www.wordle.net
  • 3. TodayThree techniques for dealing with difficult audiencesExposure to multiple presentation stylesResources to improve your presentationsPractical group work
  • 4. Passionate
  • 5. Passionate
  • 6. Passionate
  • 7. Passionate
  • 8. Passionate
  • 9. PresentationWhat is it ? Elicit from attendees – white board notes
  • 10. Homework
  • 11. How does TED help you givebetter Elicit from attendees – white board notes
  • 12. Who is Garr Reynolds ? What useful Elicit from attendees – white board notes Photo: http://www.rajeshsetty.com/2010/08/27/an-evening-with-presentation-gurus/
  • 13. Who is this and what threethings do we learn from him ? Elicit from attendees – white board notes
  • 14. - Preconceivedideas make us dumber- Testing is essential- Data epiphany ispossible Elicit from attendees – white board notes
  • 15. Www.numberpix.com Elicit from attendees – white board notes
  • 16. Www.numberpix.com Elicit from attendees – white board notes
  • 17. Www.numberpix.com Elicit from attendees – white board notes
  • 18. Most popular educationPrezi ? Elicit from attendees – white board notes
  • 19. Most popular educationPrezi ? Elicit from attendees – white board notes
  • 20. Most popular educationPrezi ? Elicit from attendees – white board notes
  • 21. Thus far What a presentation is. TED and how it can help you. Garr Reynolds and www.presentationzen.com Hans Rosling and Gapminder.org Dr Mike Dickison and Numberpix.com Prezi and other alternate presentation tools.
  • 22. Group workYour presentations – three things you do well, threethings you need to improve
  • 23. Speed dating Find one person you can help. Give them advice swap email addresses. 5Mins Find one person who can help you. Get advice and swap email addresses. 5Mins
  • 24. Difficult audiences Do not get angry with the Audience your strong point is being calm and good natured, thus keeping control. Hostile question – disarm them, thank person for question (make them feel good) Hostile question – hand back, if they couch an opinion as a question ask them what they think Hostile question – pass over, only works with 15 or less audience. Pass question to another audience member who you know. Hostile question – defer question or park. Mr Angry – empathy is the key, dont have to agree but you do need to listen and understand their point.
  • 25. Difficult audiences Attention If audience attention wavers you can - audience may be tired / thirsty, give them a break, ask for feedback (may not be suitable) - you may be more interested than them, so in this case elicit feedback from them, or get them to work with each other. - finish presentation professionally. Heckling - smile and ignore - ask them to shut up and leave the room Anticipation – raise first, meet trouble makers firsthttp://presentationzen.blogs.com/presentationzen/2006/02/presenting_unde.html