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How to structure your 10 minute presentation
How to structure your 10 minute presentation
How to structure your 10 minute presentation
How to structure your 10 minute presentation
How to structure your 10 minute presentation
How to structure your 10 minute presentation
How to structure your 10 minute presentation
How to structure your 10 minute presentation
How to structure your 10 minute presentation
How to structure your 10 minute presentation
How to structure your 10 minute presentation
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How to structure your 10 minute presentation

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How to structure your 10 minute presentation

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  • 1. Kath Bonner-Dunham 7th May 201310 Minute PresentationThe PhilosophyHow to StructureLanguage of ImpactTop Tips
  • 2. Kath Bonner-Dunham 7th May 20135Secondsto firstIMPRESS55MinutestoEDUCATE5ReferralsFrom thisCONNECTION5MinutestoCONNECT5HourstoCONVERTRapport to Referral
  • 3. Kath Bonner-Dunham 7th May 2013Why?• Build your Platform• Visibility / Credibility• Positioning Expertise• Products / Services• Educate, Motivate, or Train• Attract Referrals• Develop Skills• Gain Confidence• Opportunity to Practice
  • 4. Kath Bonner-Dunham 7th May 2013The Philosophy
  • 5. Kath Bonner-Dunham 7th May 2013PreparationTopicAudienceOutline PromptsTimeResearchMessagePractice
  • 6. Kath Bonner-Dunham 7th May 2013Story Telling• Beginning• Middle• End
  • 7. Kath Bonner-Dunham 7th May 2013Rule of ThreeGoodUglyBadPresent Information in groupsof three• Blood, Sweat & Tears• Friends, Romans & Countrymen• Faith, Hope &Charity• Mind, body & spirit• Stop, Look & Listen
  • 8. Kath Bonner-Dunham 7th May 2013Rule of ThreeConsider:• What kind of business do you want to develop?• What are the most important parts of your business?• What outcome or referrals do you want?Three KEY Aspects or ExamplesASK !
  • 9. Kath Bonner-Dunham 7th May 2013From “The Language of Impact” Joel RobertsLanguage of Impact
  • 10. Kath Bonner-Dunham 7th May 2013Top TipsDress to impress – Suitable for your sectorStructure – Beginning, Middle & endPreparation & Practice – practice, practice, practiceRule of 3 – 3 Key aspects or examplesSlow Down – Pace yourself for the timeStay calm – Breath and relaxVisuals – use visuals and promptsImpact – Use the language of impactDO NOT SELL – be open for clients to buy
  • 11. Kath Bonner-Dunham 7th May 2013Remember• Opportunity to explain more• No one is expert speaker• Safe place to practice• Enjoy yourself• Be open & honest• Leave time for Questions

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