Presentations 101

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Presentations 101

  1. 1. Presentations 101 As close to fear as it gets! © 2008 Munson Leadership
  2. 2. 3 most important aspects: <ul><li>Audience identification . </li></ul><ul><li>Researching information to meet your audience’s needs . </li></ul><ul><li>Physical presentation . </li></ul>© 2008 Munson Consulting
  3. 3. Audience identification Know to whom you are speaking. Identification of your audience and their expectations will help you, the speaker, to focus the presentation elements toward their expectation. © 2008 Munson Consulting
  4. 4. Researching information Researching the elements that most closely meet the needs of your audience best, completes preparation of the presentation. © 2008 Munson Consulting
  5. 5. Physical presentation Know the presentation’s content, Practice the delivery in front of the mirror, and Tape the practice for personal critiquing; These steps will increase the acceptance of any presentation, lecture, or speech. © 2008 Munson Consulting
  6. 6. Parts of the Presentation Introduce the topic to the audience. Present the information in a logical flow of factual data and personal interpretation. Summarize the information at the end to remind your audience of key points which you want them to remember. © 2008 Munson Consulting
  7. 7. Visual Aids Be creative, use charts and graphs, and connect any unfamiliar topical information to familiar information to the audience. © 2008 Munson Consulting
  8. 8. Summary 3 most important aspects: Audience identification . Researching information to meet your audience’s needs . Physical presentation . Supplement visual aids Examples, stories, analogies. © 2008 Munson Consulting

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