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  • 1. Presentation Skills
  • 2. B(Giving Presentation
  • 3. Giving Presentation skilled presenter can persuade, influence others. Getting your points in a structured and interesting manner
  • 4. Opening Presentation
  • 5. Opening the PresentationSearch for What is the most unusual aspect of your subject? What is the most dramatic element? What is the most humorous element? What is the most exciting aspect
  • 6. Hooking your AudienceStart your presentation with a hook such as: A joke (be careful) A question A shocking statement
  • 7. second message 30 Once you have hooked the audience you can then state your main purpose by delivering a 30 second message That will keep their attention also at the end of presentation
  • 8. :Learn How to Identify what type of speaker you are Structure and develop presentation materials Improve your personal presentation delivery skills
  • 9. :Learn How to Manage visual aids Start and finish presentations effectively Keep the audiences attention Manage a questions session effectively
  • 10.  In order to be successful in giving presentations you will need to be convincing when you present your ideas. You should be concise, clear and emphatic in the way you present.
  • 11. What sort of presenter ??are you
  • 13. ?
  • 14. (Avoider(1 By doing presentations and forgetting the pain of failure Set a target of say, one short presentation per month Take a few risks - copy other peoples techniques that you think work
  • 15. (Avoider(2 Use a flipchart and practice managing it Dont use an overhead projector until youre more confident Do a joint presentation with a colleague
  • 16. Resister Practice Often Dont set too high standards Pick issues you care about to present
  • 17. Accepter Seeking feedback on the quality of presentation. Seeking advice from better presenters Identifying weaknesses Using more advanced techniques in presentation
  • 18. (Seeker(1 He is generally a good, and confident presenter. there may be a lack of care in preparation
  • 19. (Seeker(2 He may need some rectifications such:  Check overconfidence  Have a strong strategic purpose for your presentation  Dont rely on his skills only - follow checklists
  • 20. Rememberoverconfident Seeker is more likely to upset the audience than a presenter with less skills.
  • 21. Communication & Presentation
  • 22. non-verbal communication non-verbal communication makes about 50% of your presentation success. It conveys enthusiasm and commitment for a topic you present
  • 23. non-verbal communication Eye contact Body Control Voice Quality
  • 24. (A( Eye contact (1 Eye contact is vital for improving your contact with the audience Eye Contact will make The audience feel more engaged and more confident in the presenter.
  • 25. (Eye contact (2Lack of eye contact will: Distance you from your audience Increase your fear and nervousness Make your audience seem large and impersonal
  • 26. (Eye contact (3Good Eye Contact will: Make the audience feel more interested Allow the presenter to become more fluent Allow the presenter to get some feedback, e.g. nods, smiles
  • 27. B( Body Control Body Language is The visual impact you make when you present. Some presenters actually LOOK boring before they have even said a word. You can also convey nervousness very easily by the way you stand.
  • 28. ??How can you Look Lifting your shoulders Slightly dropping your shoulders Thrusting your shoulders back
  • 29. Avoid Annoying Habits Hands in pockets Constant pointing Playing with a pen Twiddling with a tie
  • 30. Avoid Annoying Habits Touching your nose Tweaking your ear Scratching your head Pushing your hair back repeatedly Turning a ring on your finger
  • 31. PracticeGet a friend to video you whilst practicingpart of a presentation and you find out whathabits youve got
  • 32. Advices Hands should be used actively to reinforce your points manage the movement of your shoulders, body, head and hands. if you are in lectern Lean forward when making a point.
  • 33. Advices Open your hands by your side when explaining issues When use overhead projector you must move around to handle the transparencies. With Flipchart you must move to and from it.
  • 34. C(Voice Quality
  • 35. C( Voice Quality 38% of your impact in presentation comes from the quality of voice Good presenters learn to use the infinite variety of their voices to add emphasis and impact to their presentations
  • 36. C( Voice Quality It is important that you are heard comfortably from the back practice in an empty room with a colleague at the back (Note when room full of people)
  • 37. C( Voice Quality Variation in volume is also important You should speak more loudly when you make key points. speak more emphatically than in normal conversation
  • 38. C( Voice Quality Pause significantly whenever you have made a key point Pause when you have finished covering a step of the argument Add a bit of eye contact to allow the audience to absorb the points you have made
  • 39. C( Voice QualityRange and Pitch Avoid Monotone record yourself and keep trying until it sounds scary or exciting. The biggest problem is reading from a script
  • 40. General Tips Train yourself to use :Notes , Prompt cards, Overhead projectorslides, Pre-prepared flipchart and Pre-prepared computer presentation screens.
  • 41. General Tips Make sure you end words and sentences clearly, pausing between sentences Make sure you emphasize the correct words Make it Memorable
  • 42. General Tips Managing Your Environment Moving in the room Using equipments(Make sure that the image is square) Test Voice Talk to audience not to visual aids
  • 43. With Projector  Touch  Turn  Talk
  • 44.  Touch: the part of the visual aid you want the audience to focus on TURN (or raise your head and eyes) to make contact with the audience TALK to your audience
  • 45. Equipment An inexperienced presenter can often create distractions by managing the equipment badly. Train equipments to: position the equipment correctly concentrate on what you are saying
  • 46. Equipment A common mistake is to start talking to the visual aid rather than to the audience. The audience wont be able to hear you properly
  • 47. Handling Questions Questions used to correct misinterpretations and to give additional information . an opportunity to reinforce your presentation
  • 48. Handling Questions showing a positive approach in your answers and keeping control of the session Allow enough time for questions
  • 49. 7Steps1-Select a person who has a question2. Listen attentively3. Break eye contact4. Rephrase or neutralize the question
  • 50. 5-Answer the question6. Link back to the thrust of the presentation7. Move on
  • 51. Finishing Presentation
  • 52. Finishing Presentation Try to finish your presentation attractively as started Use flag for finishing like:  "The last thing Id like to say……  Finally…..
  • 53. Finishing PresentationKeep audience interest by improving your personal delivery skills, When finishing, make sure finally really means finally.
  • 54. Finishing Presentation summaries what you have said The presenter should ask the audience if they have any questions. Tell how long you are allowing.
  • 55. Effective Presentation is a complete unit good preparation , understanding your audience and driving your presentation well.