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    • Week 5
    • Feedback & Speaker Notes
    www. BizPIE .pbwiki.com Jacob Erlich
  • Chopstick presentations
    • Feedback
  • Feedback [feed-bak]
    • Sharing observations , concerns and suggestions with the other person with an intention of improving his/her performance as an individual.
    • Feedback has to be bi-directional so that continuous improvement is possible in a organization.
  • Group 1 – Japanese “innovations”
    • Positive
    • Group energy
      • “ like a team”
    • Attractive PPT
      • “ interesting visuals on simple black template”
    • Clear voices
      • “ Spoke loudly”
    • Interesting conclusion - Quote
      • “ Innovation is everything, but sometimes nothing”
    • Improvement
    • Outline missing
      • What will presentation show?
      • Why?
    • Reference to the book, “Japanese Innovations”
  • Group 2 – “Welcome to Taiwan where history is told through the food”
    • Positive
    • Well laid-out PPT
      • Food  location
    • Some use of speaker notes, helps confidence
    • Strong conclusion
      • Taiwan is full of food with Character
    • Improvements
    • Written intro to group
    • Don’t be afraid to walk out into the room
    • “ More personal stories”
      • “ do you like this food?”
  • Group 3 – “Sharing our travels”
    • Positive
    • Simple easy outline
    • Great job sharing personal experiences
      • “ Interesting to hear your thoughts”
    • Simple spoken conclusion
    • Improvement
    • PPT doesn’t support conclusion
    • More pictures 
  • Advice for all Groups…
    • Even when you’re not onstage you’re still onstage!
  • We have 4 choices when we present…
    • Read your words off paper
    • Read off the PPT screen
    • Memorize your words
    • Prepare speaker notes
    • How do these affect our presentations?
    • See  Hear  Feel
  • How does each of the 4 choices affect our communication flow? Presenter Message Visual Aids Body Language Audience Introduction Body Conclusion
  • Information is held…
    • … in your Memory
    • … in your World
  • Putting your message in the World
    • Reminder
    • Quote
    • Icon
    • Picture
    • Message
    • Story in memory
    • Note cards
    • PPT notes page
  • Two Verbal support tools
    • Note Cards
    • and/or
    • PowerPoint Notes
  • Advantages of using Speaker Notes
    • Reminds us of…
      • Key words, facts
      • Structure (intro, conclusion)
    • 2. Make us feel safe & confidence
    It is fine to check your notes  … but not to read  from them … 
  • Note Cards
    • Heavy paper
    • Large clear words
    • Numbered
    Good morning! My name is Jacob Erlich The aim of today’s presentation is to give you ideas for structuring a presentation. Last – 15 minutes 1/10
  • Tips for using
    • Include
    • Full sentences intro
    • Presentation Outline
    • Key facts/numbers
    • Conclusion steps
      • Signal
      • Restate
      • Conclude
      • Q&A
    Let me start by outlining what we will discuss today:
    • Adv/Disadv. Of Notes
    • Speaker vs. Human voice
    • Video – good presentation
    • using notes
    2/10
  • Note cards
    • Advantages
    • Small, fits in 1 hand
    • Easy to take out/put away
    • Small size forces limited notes
    • Disadvantages
    • Messy hand writing hard to read
    • Not directly connected to a slide
    • Must keep in order
  • PPT Notes – Do you already using?
    • Prepared in PPT
    • Slide & notes on page
    • Notes mirror info on slides
    9.01
  • PPT Notes
    • Advantages
    • Type is clear, readable
    • See what the audience sees
    • Disadvantages
    • Paper is LARGE
    • Must put on surface
    • Visible to audience
  • Learning from the Pros
    • Martin Luther King – “I have a dream” (1963)
    • (March on Washington) speech
    • As an audience member:
    • What do you SEE?
    • What do you HEAR?
    • How do you FEEL?
  • See, feel, hear
    • Beginning
    • End (12:00-
  • What I learned from MLK…
    • Memorize the most important parts:
    • Introduction
    • Key point
    • Conclusion