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Have solid content to communicate…
An idea?
A story?
A procedure…
Know the needs of your audience…
Inspiration?
Information ?
Technical advice?
Choose a tool for your presentation…
Pptx? Prezi? Video …
Keep it simple using…
clear content / readable slides /
sharp images
Structure your message with logic…
graphics / text / interactive tools
Avoid…
too much text / transition effects /
too many bullet points
Involve your audience trying to be…
interesting / creative / provocative
Be confident through…
practice before /control of body language /good
knowledge of the contents
Ask your audience for feedback to…
evaluate and improve your work
Thank you John!
10 tips for an effective presentation
10 tips for an effective presentation
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  1. 1. Have solid content to communicate…
  2. 2. An idea? A story? A procedure…
  3. 3. Know the needs of your audience…
  4. 4. Inspiration? Information ? Technical advice?
  5. 5. Choose a tool for your presentation…
  6. 6. Pptx? Prezi? Video …
  7. 7. Keep it simple using…
  8. 8. clear content / readable slides / sharp images
  9. 9. Structure your message with logic…
  10. 10. graphics / text / interactive tools
  11. 11. Avoid…
  12. 12. too much text / transition effects / too many bullet points
  13. 13. Involve your audience trying to be…
  14. 14. interesting / creative / provocative
  15. 15. Be confident through…
  16. 16. practice before /control of body language /good knowledge of the contents
  17. 17. Ask your audience for feedback to…
  18. 18. evaluate and improve your work
  19. 19. Thank you John!
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