Mindful Presenting: Audience Awareness

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Workshop delivered at Bren School of Environmental Science and Management using examples from slide:ology.

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  • what do they wear? where do they live? where do they shop? how much do you really know about your audience? (more than you think)
    Really, what is a day like for them? What drives them? What are they passionate about -- is it the topic of your letter/report/presentation? Should be.
  • what do they wear? where do they live? where do they shop? how much do you really know about your audience? (more than you think)
    Really, what is a day like for them? What drives them? What are they passionate about -- is it the topic of your letter/report/presentation? Should be.
  • what do they wear? where do they live? where do they shop? how much do you really know about your audience? (more than you think)
    Really, what is a day like for them? What drives them? What are they passionate about -- is it the topic of your letter/report/presentation? Should be.
  • In the scheme of their day, how important is your application? Why is their investment of time worth it?
  • What do they worry about? What drives them?
  • Mindful Presenting: Audience Awareness

    1. 1. Welcome! Find a workspace in the front row. Please sit with your group.
    2. 2. why are we here?
    3. 3. 2 goals: inspire confidence create compelling & meaningful presentations
    4. 4. “perfect is boring” -- Garr Reynolds & Nancy Duarte
    5. 5. Presentations are not about perfection, theyʼre about communication
    6. 6. presentations ≠ perfection
    7. 7. TED Commandments Rehearse, but act spontaneous Provide revelations Show vulnerability Donʼt be tedious Change the world Donʼt use bullet points
    8. 8. alternative to speaking
    9. 9. think visually
    10. 10. create fearlessly
    11. 11. a note from your audience: CONVINCE ME
    12. 12. who is your audience? adapted from Duarte’s slide:ology
    13. 13. activity: form groups of 4, and assess your target audience using the 6 criteria we will discuss [quickstorm]
    14. 14. Consider your audience needs adapted from Duarte’s slide:ology
    15. 15. what are they like? adapted from Duarte’s slide:ology
    16. 16. why are they here? adapted from Duarte’s slide:ology
    17. 17. what keeps them up at night? adapted from Duarte’s slide:ology
    18. 18. Identify desired outcomes adapted from Duarte’s slide:ology
    19. 19. how can you solve their problem? adapted from Duarte’s slide:ology
    20. 20. what do you want your audience to do? adapted from Duarte’s slide:ology
    21. 21. how might your audience resist? adapted from Duarte’s slide:ology
    22. 22. so, what about you? adapted from Duarte’s slide:ology
    23. 23. Consider your role in information delivery: what unique expertise and experience do you contribute? adapted from Duarte’s slide:ology
    24. 24. what is your purpose for communicating information? adapted from Duarte’s slide:ology
    25. 25. what do you share in common with your audience? adapted from Duarte’s slide:ology
    26. 26. what are your desired outcomes? adapted from Duarte’s slide:ology

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