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Presentation Skills Public Speaking Training with 4 essential presentation elements (speech, speaker, listeners, environment), presentation structures, types of speakers and listeners (laics, experts, ...

Presentation Skills Public Speaking Training with 4 essential presentation elements (speech, speaker, listeners, environment), presentation structures, types of speakers and listeners (laics, experts, involved, uninvolved), speech room setups (classroom, big conference hall, round table ...), quotations on presenting (R. Kipling, W. Churchill, W. Allen). All as visual PowerPoint slides with hand drawn scribble icons.

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  • SpeechStructuresRoom setupsQuotes … by infoDiagram.com Contact us in case of questions or topic cooperation. Contact: info @ infodiagram.com
  • Agenda of training• 4 elements defining a presentation • Speaker types • Content types • Listener types • Room setups• Speech Types• Structures of presentation• Quotes on presenting
  • 4 elements definining presentation• Speaker• Content• Auditorium Speaker Content• Environment Listeners Environment
  • 4 elements definining presentation Speaker Content Listeners Environment Only good match of those elements leads to effective presentation Effective presentation
  • Speaker typesIdentify your natural style $$$ Speaker Content• Talkative salesmen?• Systematic analyst? 0101 Listeners Environment• Monotonous teacher? 1+1=2• Involving storyteller? ?!• other?Enhance its positive points (e.g. storytelling) andinhibit its negative points (e.g. too long talk)
  • Types of presentations Speaker Content Listeners Environment What kind of message to inform to persuade you have • Informative, educational • Persuasive • Inspirationalto entertain to inspire • Entertaining • …?
  • Types of listeners Speaker ContentSubject knowledge Listeners Environment Know your audience • Laics or Subject experts? • Involved or Uninvolved? • Formal or Informal people Your audience • Experimentators • Active productive or Passive listeners Involvement • Feelers or Thinkers • … and adapt your presentation for them
  • Environment: Room setupsKnow pros & cons of various Speaker Contentpresentation environments• Classroom Listeners Environment• Multiple groups• Big conference, theatre• Interactive round table• Sitting in a circle• other
  • Environment: Classroom setup• Typical educational setup e.g. Teacher and students• Mostly one-way communication• Not suitable for group interactions• Problem to control bigger groups (>30)
  • Environment: Multiple groups• Good for bigger groups (>30) e.g. interactive conferences• Supports group work• More interactions within group• Speaker controls groups (more controllable auditorium)
  • Environment: Big theater• Talking to masses• One-way communication, weak feedback• Harder eye-contact with all. Try • focus on center • do „Z” move
  • Environment: Round table• Supports equality and two-way interactions• Good if documents or computers involved• For small groups (4 to 15 people)• Wall projection – adjust location to be visible for all
  • Environment: Sitting in a circle• Supports equality and two-way interactions• Good if mostly verbal (no documents passing)• For small groups (4 to 15 people)• Wall projection – adjust location to be visible for all
  • Words are, of course,the most powerful drug used by mankind. Rudyard Kipling, 1923
  • Structures of presentationsClassical three part structure Opening Body Closing
  • Structures of presentationsMonotoneous Opening Body Closing
  • Structures of presentations4MAT 4. If 1. Why I’m interested should I listen what’s next 3. How 2. What you want it works to tell me
  • Structures of presentationsIncreasing tension – Hollywood movie style
  • Broadly speaking, short words are best, and the old words, when short, are best of all. Winston Churchill 1949
  • Hints: Preparing presentationStart on paper• Write down the main message• Draft a structure• Draft content of slides
  • Preparing presentation hintsEnhance your speech• stories • quotes• facts • visuals
  • Preparing presentation hintsTrain delivery• Check your speech timing• Use vocal variety (record yourself)• Practise body language• Get used to presentation environment
  • 80% of success is showing up Woody Allen
  • Summary of a training Topics discussed • 4 elements defining a presentation • Speaker types • Content types • Listener types • Room setups • Speech Types • Structures of presentationKeep those aspects in mind and practice, practise, practise
  • Contact us in caseof questions, commentsor topic cooperationwww.infoDiagram.com
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