Principles Of Presentation Delivery- The Truth About Presenting Confidently

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Principles Of Presentation Delivery- The Truth About Presenting Confidently

  1. 1. Principles of Presentationthink like a Presenter Delivery Tips on how to The Truth about Presenting Confidently John Consultant Fallon Presentation Skills
  2. 2. Presenting isn’t easy, but you can do it
  3. 3. The Key to Is Preparation
  4. 4. Rehearsal is Essential
  5. 5. Emulating good Speakers makes you better
  6. 6. Establish goals for your presentation
  7. 7. A presentation is a learning experience
  8. 8. Talk is the Work
  9. 9. Know what your audience is looking for
  10. 10. There is a difference between speaking and writing
  11. 11. Preparing a presentation is a relatively easy process
  12. 12. Begin by analyzing your audience
  13. 13. Know your Audience
  14. 14. Understand what makes people listen
  15. 15. Your speaking style makes a difference
  16. 16. Anticipate the questions your audience brings to your presentation
  17. 17. Listening matters
  18. 18. Being an active listener brings real benefits
  19. 19. You can overcome the barriers to successful communication
  20. 20. Develop support for your communication
  21. 21. Understand the power of your content
  22. 22. The kinds and quality of evidence matters to your audience
  23. 23. Structure can help carry an inexperienced presenter
  24. 24. Find support for your presentation
  25. 25. Use the internet to support your presentation
  26. 26. Select a delivery approach
  27. 27. Your introduction forms their first impression
  28. 28. Begin with a purpose in mind
  29. 29. Keep your audience interested
  30. 30. Conclusions are as important as introductions
  31. 31. Have confidence in your preparation
  32. 32. Repeat the process as soon as possible
  33. 33. All presenters get nervous
  34. 34. Recognize anxiety before it begins
  35. 35. Deal with nervous behaviors
  36. 36. Keep your nervousness to yourself
  37. 37. Most information is transferred nonverbally
  38. 38. The nonverbal process can work for you
  39. 39. Nonverbal communication has specific functions
  40. 40. Nonverbal communication is governed by key principals
  41. 41. Nonverbal communication has an effect on your audience
  42. 42. Visual aids can help your audience understand your message
  43. 43. Understand visual images before you use them
  44. 44. Choose the right visual
  45. 45. Use PowerPoint effectively
  46. 46. Consider presenting without visuals
  47. 47. Assess the mood of your audience
  48. 48. Answer the audience’s questions
  49. 49. Handle hostility with confidence
  50. 50. Know as much as possible about the location
  51. 51. Use the microphone to your advantage
  52. 52. Know your limits

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