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Effective presentation skills

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  • 1. Effective Presentation Skills
  • 2. A ThoughtSpeech is the voice of the heart
  • 3. Did they have their owncharm?
  • 4. Presentation skills : Talent orSkill?  Presentation skills can be acquired Anybody can be a good speaker  Example Bill Gates
  • 5. Presentation Components Before the After the During The PresentationPresentation Presentation PASS What to DO Body AIDA Model after the Languages technique Presentation
  • 6. Before presentation
  • 7. What is Communication?Communication is the process of sending andreceiving information among people… Sender’s Receiver’s field of field of experience experienceSource Channel Message ReceiverSender Encoding Decoding ResponseFeedback
  • 8. Critical success factorThe majority of your perceived ability comes from how you communicate Sight Hearing Touch Taste Smell93% of all Communication is non verbal - SKILL
  • 9. From effective conversation tospeech Overcoming Fear ◦ #1 fear Idea of speech ◦ Know your subject Know the audience ◦ Target their interest Organizing the speech Tell them… Set the stage and tools
  • 10. PASS ModelPurposeAudienceStructureStyle
  • 11. Purpose (what Objectives)Awarenessmore detailed for one purpose or objective OrGeneralized not into deep information
  • 12. Audience Who is the audience ? What are their interests ? How to attract their attention ? How many person will attend the presentation ? What is the audience’s level of knowledge ?
  • 13. Structure1-Brainstorm Write down all points that come to you about the subject without stopping to analyze them2-Prioritise Select key points The fewer the points & the clearer the direction It easy for the audiences to grasp & retain the message3-Ordering Logical order
  • 14. Structure4-Outline Introduction Supporting evidence & examples Visual aids Conclusion5-Practise Rehearsals & time management
  • 15. Structure6-Cue Cue (memory aid)---- small cards which fit into the palm of the hand used to give you: Key words for each top Reminders when to use visual aids Full text of any detailed information
  • 16. Style  The style of your presentation text delivery contains: - Vocabulary - Format -Tone of communication
  • 17. Layout How to seat them? U- shapeClass room
  • 18. Layout (cont’d) How to seat them? TheaterRound Tables
  • 19. During presentation
  • 20. Vocal Skills John Kennedy: ◦ “You need to contribute to your country”’ ◦ “Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country”.
  • 21. Visual Skills  Components of Visual Skills:◦ Eyes.◦ Body.◦ Hands.◦ Face.
  • 22. Presentation Content Beginning ---- Your introduction Middle ----- Your main points End ----- Your conclusion AIDA technique
  • 23. AIDA technique POWERFUL opener ttention CLEAR connector nterest MAIN BODY esire POWERFUL close ction
  • 24. AIDA technique Establish credentials ttention (Me, You, What) Key point Create +ve expectations nterest Paint the future benefits WIFM The facts  3 esire  advantages  benefits Me, You, What ction is required
  • 25. Opening: Starting Statement“In this country, 1,000 children die fromtraffic related injuries every day.”
  • 26. Opening: Tell a personal story“ Last week on driving my car in the street I found ……. …”
  • 27. Opening: Use a quote( Nothing creates a rapport like a smile )
  • 28. Closing Repeat the objective Summary Call for action
  • 29. Use last slide Your nameQuestions? Your e-mail address Telephone numberThank you.
  • 30. After presentation
  • 31. Listen……and listen while smile
  • 32. Thank You

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