One - Objective <ul><li>Understand the objective of the presentation </li></ul>
Two - Topic <ul><li>Decide upon your topic and research in thoroughly. Determine which components and points will be covered during your presentation and place them in a logical order including an opening and closing component. </li></ul>
Three - Audience <ul><li>Research who will be attending and what their expectations will be while attending </li></ul>
Four - Techniques <ul><li>Include an assortment of presentation methods in your presentation using a variety of Audio Visual techniques. </li></ul>
Five - Engage <ul><li>Engage the audience in the presentation, challenging them to think. </li></ul>
Six - Dress <ul><li>Dress appropriately for the engagement and audience. </li></ul>
Seven - Handouts <ul><li>Provide handouts when possible, people love to go away with something in their hands. </li></ul>
Eight - Logistics <ul><li>Oversee the booking of the facility, equipment, food and beverage and supplies required for the presentation. Arrive early and ensure the set up is going according to plan. Be sure there will not be any distractions once the presentation has started. </li></ul>
Nine – Risk Management <ul><li> Have contact names and numbers for the facility, AV personnel and any other person you may need to contact in the event of an emergency. </li></ul>
Ten - Timing <ul><li>Start and finish on time providing adequate breaks. </li></ul>
Eleven – Wrap up <ul><li>Provide time for questions (if appropriate) and make yourself available at the end of the presentation to meet the attendees. Offer to provide your contact information for follow up. </li></ul>
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