Public Speaking         Practice makes perfection!         Start with the WHY                               www.cisv.org
www.cisv.org
www.cisv.org
Face to face communication• Facial expression• Visual contact• Using your hands / posture• Listen                         ...
10 Tips for Effective Presentations1. Be prepare   • Know the people in the room / size of audience   • Location - size of...
3. Eye contact  - Look at your audience in the eye and let them see yours  - In a natural fashion, talk to everyone  - You...
6. Do not READ  - do not read from the presentation  - only read when there is a compelling reason7. Style or substance  -...
10. Your moment of truth      - When presenting you are always “selling yourself”      - You never know who may be listeni...
Did you know?• If you don’t remember the exact  words, don’t worry, the audience  will not know.• Doris Allen was a vision...
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  • BC Sup_Communication (WL)Oct 08
  • BC Sup_Communication (WL)Oct 08
  • Smile, yahan – bostezar, subir cejas, these are all monitor by your audience Open communication, look down = rejection / avoid contact = insecurity / stare = boring Stress = eat nails / loose at the side = calm-confidence / active= nervous
  • Day 1 pr training session 4 public speaking - rtf quito 2012

    1. 1. Public Speaking Practice makes perfection! Start with the WHY www.cisv.org
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    4. 4. Face to face communication• Facial expression• Visual contact• Using your hands / posture• Listen www.cisv.org
    5. 5. 10 Tips for Effective Presentations1. Be prepare • Know the people in the room / size of audience • Location - size of room / how it is organized • Resources available (podium, table, projector, mic) • Define the objective of the presentation • Develop key points (3) • Manage time properly • Use prompt cards (“Fichas”)2. Body language • 55% of your message is in the body language • Consistence between words and action • Your posture and gestures will reveal what you feel about the words you are saying www.cisv.org
    6. 6. 3. Eye contact - Look at your audience in the eye and let them see yours - In a natural fashion, talk to everyone - You will get feedback, control and trust4. Keep them awake - Make a “user friendly presentation” - Involve them with personal examples - Avoid anything monotonous5. Listen - Before you arrive - While you present (eyes and ears) - As you leave www.cisv.org
    7. 7. 6. Do not READ - do not read from the presentation - only read when there is a compelling reason7. Style or substance - When public speaking 93% of our impact is non verbal - Do not neglect substance8. Visuals - Avoid complicated, difficult or impossible to read images - Present in bumper stickers or t-shirts9. Rehearse for confidence (test run) - Do it! - Rehearse for content and non verbal factors - Look natural and “get away” with your objective www.cisv.org
    8. 8. 10. Your moment of truth - When presenting you are always “selling yourself” - You never know who may be listening Task for you: Sell CISV/a program/activity to an audience 60 seconds presentation for tomorrow Individual English/Spanish/Portuguese www.cisv.org
    9. 9. Did you know?• If you don’t remember the exact words, don’t worry, the audience will not know.• Doris Allen was a visionary child psychologist who founded CISV in 1951 was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize in 1979. www.cisv.org

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