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Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
Presentation Skill - Agung
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Presentation Skill - Agung

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  • 1. HOW TO BE A GOOD PRESENTER
  • 2.
    • Name : Agung Trihartanto
    • Birth Day : 8 Sept ’83
    • Status : In Relationship
    • Hobby : Entertaining
    • Facilitator Experience :
    • Trainer Assistance at Kubic Mgt Consultant (‘04 – ‘07).
    • Asisten Dosen at UNPAD Univ. (‘05 – ‘06).
    • Owner of ZeroMind Training Organizer (‘05 – now).
  • 3.  
  • 4. 1 INTRODUCING
  • 5. Why we need to be a good presenter ?
  • 6.
      • Presentation
      • “ Something, such as a lecture or speech, that is set forth an audience for the attention of the mind “
    Prentice Hall – 2003
  • 7. 2 TYPES OF PRESENTATION
    • One on One Presentation
    • “ side-by-side”.
    • Build tight personal Relation.
    • Group Presentation
    • “ Audiences Centred”
    • More Preparation
    • Assess the Audiences before u begin
  • 8. WHY GIVE A PRESENTATION?
      • 3 Main Purposes :
      • Inform
      • exp : Workshop, semminar , in class training.
      • Persuade
      • exp : Campaign, counsel ling .
      • Entertain
      • exp : Tukul (not 4 eyes)
  • 9. FEAR
      • Feared More Than Death!
      • THE FACTS: Shaky hands, blushing cheeks, memory loss, nausea, and knocking knees
  • 10. ANXIETY
    • Causes of the Anxiety
      • Fear of the Unknown or Loss of Control
      • No Backup Plan
      • No Enthusiasm For Subject
      • Focus of Attention
      • No Preparation
  • 11. EFFECTIVE PRESENTATION
      • Control fear & anxiety
      • Audience Centred
      • Accomplishes Objective
      • Fun For Audience
      • Fun For You
      • Conducted Within Time Frame
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  • 12. 2 PLANNING PRESENTATION
  • 13.
    • Situation (time and place)
    • Purpose
    • Audience
    • Method
    • Topic of presentation
    • Prepare presentation material
    • Identify problems and solution
    • Practice
    What Should be Prepare ?
  • 14. Situation (time and place)
      • 1 . What Day and Time?
        • Any Day!
        • Morning
      • 2 . Plan Space
        • Number of Seats
        • Seating Arrangement
        • Audio/Visual Equipment
        • Distracters
  • 15. Assess Your Audience
        • “ Success depends on your ability to reach your audience.”
        • Size
        • Demographics
        • Knowledge Level
        • Motivation
  • 16. 3 THE PRESENTATION SEQUENCE
  • 17. BUILD RAPPORT
      • Relation marked by harmony or affinity
        • Audience members who trust you and feel that you care
      • Start Before You Begin
        • Mingle; Learn Names
        • Opportunity to reinforce or correct audience assessment
        • Good First Impression
      • “ People Listen To People They Like”
  • 18. OPENING YOUR PRESENTATION
      • Introduce Yourself – Why Should They Listen
      • Get Attention, Build More Rapport, Introduce Topic
        • Humour
        • Short Story
        • Make Audience Think
        • Invite Participation
      • Get Audience Response
  • 19. PRESENTING MAIN POINTS
      • Main Point -Transition -Main Point -Transition – Main Point…..
      • Supporting Evidences
      • Examples
      • Feedback & Questions From Audience
    • “ Attention to, and Focus on Audience”
  • 20. CONCLUDING YOUR PRESENTATION
      • Don’t Inform the audience that you’re about to close
      • Summarize main points
      • Something to remember
      • Answer questions
      • “ Tell ’em What You Told ‘em.”
  • 21. 4 PRESENTATION TECHNIQUE
  • 22. PRESENTATION STYLE
      • 3 Elements
      • 1. Vocal Techniques
        • Loudness
        • Pitch
        • Rate
        • Pause
  • 23.
    • 3 Elements
    • 2. Body Language
      • Eye Contact, Gestures, Posture
    • 3. Use of Space
      • Can Everyone See You?
      • Movement
    PRESENTATION STYLE (Continue)
  • 24. DON'T DO THIS !!!
      • Verbal fillers
        • “ Um”, “uh”, “ Eeuu.. ” , “mungkin”
        • Any unrelated word or phrase
      • Swaying / rocking
      • Hands in pockets
      • Fidgeting
      • Failure to be audience-centred
      • Apologize all the time
      • Site Down while talking
  • 25. 5 PRESENTATION TIPS
      • 1. Smile
      • 2. Breathe
      • 3. Water
      • 4. Notes
      • 5. Finish On Or Under Time
  • 26. THANK YOU BE A GOOD PRESENTER

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