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Steps for good presentation

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    • “ A Good Presentation” By Maaz ID:9702
    • Why A Good Presentation?
      • You want people to:
        • Understand your work
        • Be INTERESTED in your work
        • Think you’re great!
      • What happens if you give a bad one?
        • Few pay attention
        • They may fall asleep
        • Might think your work is not important
      • Mark Twain said…
      • “ It usually takes me more than three weeks to prepare a good presentation”.
      According Psychologists: “ A good lecture is 25% content and 75% theater ”.
    • Take-Home Messages
      • Don’t wait until the last minute.
      • Plan ahead
      • Practice
      • Keep it simple
      • Have fun!
      • Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse-enough times that you are completely comfortable with the material
      • Practice the set up of equipment
      • Go to the presentation room (before presentation) and familiarize your self with the surroundings.
      On being Confident
    • The Day of Presentation
      • Arrive early.
      • Check the room and the set-up
      • Be rested
      • Dress professionally but comfortably
        • Be understandable
        • Avoid:
          • Over stimulation
          • Booooring
    • Know Your Self
      • Are you INTERESTED in your topic?
        • If no, get a different one!
        • If yes, ACT LIKE IT
      • If YOU aren’t excited…
        • Can’t expect OTHER people to be!
    • Know Your Audience
      • What detail should you get?
      • Do they have a background like yours?
      • How much motivation for your work?
      • Things that can affect this:
        • Topic, topic depth
        • Attitude
        • Manner.
      • Keep your eyes on the audience, NOT the equipment
      • Have command on yours Voice tone
      • Don’t hide behind the podium
      • Gestures – Don’t be nervous/ keep nervousness to a minimum
      • Posture –Keep control on your behavior
      You are the Message
      • Gain the audience's attention
      • Keep your audience interested
      • Bring them closure
      • Convey the necessary information
      • Don’t just talk faster
      • Don’t be offensive while argumenting.
      The Power of persuasion
    • Maintaining Attention
      • Refocus the audience:
              • Key points
              • Summaries
      • Interact with the audience:
              • Pose a question
              • Voting
      • Insert active exercise:
              • Written exercise
              • Brainstorming
      • Color can create excitement, add emphasis, contribute to reliability
      • Stay with the same color scheme
      • keep them flowing with your template
      • DO NOT use too many colors or fonts.
      Using Text & Graphics
    • Bad-Background
      • Avoid backgrounds that are difficult to read from.
      • Always be consistent with the background that you use.
    • Good Presentation Interesting I understood this one! I wonder if this technique would work for my problem Let’s talk to them at the break I never thought of that!
      • Interesting topic
      • explained at audience’s level
      • Slides are understandable and easy to see
      • Good presentations reflect well on speaker!
    • Bad Presentation
      • Audience won’t see your work is great
      • But will make fun of you from back row.
      zzz What does that slide say? It’s booooring Those are some unpleasant colors… Hey – it matches my tie. Please let it be OVER…