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Effective Business Presentation Moon Sung-Hun Creative English Institute (CEI)
Purpose of Business Presentation
Deliver the vision with clarity and tremendously massive impact
Mange the decision-making and the decision
Encourage open discussion of a specific topic
Improve speaking and presentation skills
Increase self confidence
Effective Presentation Skill
Time & Location
Presentation Preparation Process
Slide Skills: Slide Structure Title Outline Body Conclusion Title of Presentation Name of Presenter Name of Institutions Outline of Presentation Place Main Points Follow Order of Outline Present Key Points Write Point Form Use Visual Aids Summarize Main Points Provide Suggestions
Slide Skills: Effective Slide
Effective Slides Contents Colors Type Basics Font Basics Arrangement Graphics
Effective Slide (I)
Include only necessary information
Seven words per line, seven lines per slide
Present information graphically
Art can illustrate a point
English language is read left to right
Create a visual balance
Effective Slide (II)
Font size communicates relative importance of text
Font size should range between 18-48
ALL CAPITAL LETTERS ARE HARD TO READ!
Omit punctuation marks
Limit the use of color
Dark background with light text is best
Delivery Skills: Structure Invite questions Provide positive response Questions Tell them what you’ve told them! Use an effective and strong closing Conclusion 3 Tell them! Provide supporting evidence Body 2 Tell them what you are going to tell them! Capture the audience’s attention Introduction 1
Volume: Vary the pitch
Speed: Alter delivery pace
Intonation: Stress certain words
Appropriate gestures and facial expressions
Maintaining eye contact
Delivery Skills: Style
Presentation Basic Expressions Introduction Conclusion Body II Body I Starting a Presentation Ending Using Visuals In the Middle of the Presentation
Starting a Presentation (I)
Good morning/afternoon/evening, ladies and gentlemen.
It’s a great honor to be with you.
My name is Kim Chul-Su and I am the new Managing Director
I’m going to talk to you about the determinants of FDI.
The subject of my presentation is corruption in our society.
Starting a Presentation (II)
I’ve divided/broken my talk into four parts.
First, Second, Third, Finally
My presentation will take about 20 minutes.
I’ll speak for about 20 minutes.
Policy on questions
If you have any questions, please feel free to interrupt.
After my talk, there’ll be time for any questions.
In the Middle of the Presentation (I)
Beginning the main body
To begin with, I would like to tell you the major findings of my research.
Right, Let’s start off by looking at the annual report.
Sequencing the idea
There are three things to consider.
First, Second.. Finally, we will start focusing on globalization.
Ending a section
That’s all for this topic.
In the Middle of the Presentation (II)
Opening a new section
Now, let’s move on to the last page of the article.
Moving right along, let’s look at the multinational enterprise and the global political economy.
I’d like to emphasize that student dissatisfaction has been increasing.
We did achieve many things last year.
This is a very, very important question.
Using Visuals (I)
Introducing a visual
OK. Let’s take a look at the figures for this month.
I’d like to show you the bar graph, which shows the major global automobile production countries for the year 2001.
Let’s compare the gross national product (GNP) of Korea and Japan.
Here you can see a comparison between Korea’s steel consumption and production volume.