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    • 1. Week 8 Step 5 & 6 – Practice & Delivery
    • 2. Fun Names – for Delicious Danny
      • Blue Bernice
      • Active Alice
      • Energetic Eric
      • Curious Cherry
      • Crazy Claire’
      • Gorgeous Gloria
      • Romantic Ronald
      • Daring Davis
      • Dangerous Danny
    • 3. Step 5 & 6 – Practice & Present Delivery Practice Design Support Structure Planning Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6
    • 4. Outline
      • What is “Stage Fright”
      • Business Week –
      • Top 10 Bad Presentation Habits
      • Preparing and handling – Q&A
      • Presentation Competition
      • Four Elements of Body Language
    • 5. “Stage-Fright”
      • Nervousness felt by a performer or speaker when appearing before an audience.
    • 6. To me “Stage Fright” is…
      • A natural reaction to the situation.
      • Evidence of my desire to do well
      • My focus on winning over the audience
      • Use this fear to make yourself better
      • Learn more
      • Practice more
      • Succeed more
    • 7. BusinessWeek
      • 10 Bad Presentation Habits
      • “bad presentation habits impose barriers between speakers and their listeners.”
    • 8.
      • Reading directly from notes
    • 9. 2. Avoiding eye contact
    • 10. 3. Dressing down
    • 11. 4. Fidgeting, jiggling, and swaying
    • 12. 5. Failure to rehearse In your head as you put PPT together On paper as you make speaker notes Out loud with friend, family, classmates…
    • 13. 6. Standing at attention
    • 14. 7. Reciting bullet points
    • 15. 8. Speaking too long
    • 16. 9. Failing to excite
    • 17. 10. Ending with an inspiration deficit
    • 18. What to do when it is…
      • Q&A
      • time
    • 19. Question & Answer (Q&A) is an…
      • opportunity to reinforce your knowledge and commitment to the message
    • 20. Q&A Tips
      • At the start, tell the audience when you will take questions.
      • Kick start question section with saying... “A question that we often asked ourselves is…” - Now answer the question.
      • Fully listen to the audiences question, make eye contact with speaker
      • Step back and “ paraphrase ” the question to the whole audience
    • 21. Q&A Tips
      • Thank the audience member, “Thank you that’s a good question”
      • If you don’t know the answer…
        • Refer to other group members
        • Experts in the audience
        • Say you don’t know but will get the answer for them
      • Plant a question
        • Before the presentation ask a friend in the audience to ask ‘your question’
    • 22. Q&A Tips
      • Never finish the whole presentation with the end of a Q&A saying… “ok, well if there is no more questions”
      • End with a closing statement that will reinforce your message
        • Save one slide to bring up
          • Strong quote
          • Inspiring picture
          • Quantify a fact
    • 23. Recap – Q&A
      • Announce
      • Kick start
      • Listen
      • Re-state
      • Thank
      • Be honest
      • Plant a Q
      • Don’t just end…
      • Reinforce…
      • Restate…
      • Inspire.
    • 24. Useful expressions, after a question…
      • “ That’s a very interesting question”
      • “ I’m glad you’ve asked that question”
      • “ I’m afraid I can’t answer that”
      • “ I think that is a very difficult issue”
      • “ As I said earlier,…”
      • “ I’m sorry, I don’t follow your question”
      • *Learn more on wiki site –Q&A (Class 8)
    • 25. Presentation competition
    • 26. Four Awards
      • Best presentation
      • Most creative presentation
      • Most improved performance
      • Best effort
    • 27. Presentation Criteria
      • Individual presentations
      • You choose the topic
      • Your own design
      • Maximum 10 minutes
      • Good Luck!
    • 28. Body Language
      • Communicating through gestures, movements & maneuvers
      • Made up of 4 key elements
      • Eye Contact
      • Gestures
      • Posture
      • Movement in the speaking-space
    • 29. 1. Look people in the eye
      • Involves the audience
      • Builds trust
      • Shows confidence
      • Tip
      • Don’t forget the audience in the back left
    • 30. 2. Move your body and limbs
      • Illuminates & emphasizes key words
      • Tip
      • Vary your gestures
    • 31. 3. Stand up straight
      • Stand straight
      • Shoulders back
      • Head centered
      • Feet shoulder-width apart
      • Tip
      • Don’t slump or lean
    • 32. 4. Control the speaking space
      • Connects with audience
      • Perceived as less-formal
      • More accessible
    • 33. STRONG - Body language
      • S - Stand tall
      • T - Take a look at people
      • R - Relax – with a deep breath
      • O - Open body language
      • N - No negative announcements…
      • G - Give a strong positive tone of voice
    • 34. Learn more at…
      • www.BizPIE.pbwiki.com
      • Business Week – Speaking like a leader
      • Gary Reynolds 10 Delivery tips
      • Q&A What to Say