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The art of presentation
The art of presentation
The art of presentation
The art of presentation
The art of presentation
The art of presentation
The art of presentation
The art of presentation
The art of presentation
The art of presentation
The art of presentation
The art of presentation
The art of presentation
The art of presentation
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The art of presentation

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  • 1. The Art of Presentation And how to properly present yourself, your information, and your ideas. EIS 2350 Tuesday, September 17, 13
  • 2. Branding: In Summary How do I create these things and make them memorable? Tuesday, September 17, 13
  • 3. Branding: In Summary How do I create these things and make them memorable? Tuesday, September 17, 13
  • 4. Open on a High Note Tell a funny story. Make em laugh ... Make em cry. It’s essential to captivate attention, especially if the subject matter (or prior presentations) is boring. All Stories have Structure Tuesday, September 17, 13
  • 5. Think of it as a compelling STORY Tuesday, September 17, 13
  • 6. Think of it as a compelling STORY Tuesday, September 17, 13
  • 7. All Stories have Structure Cohesive Compelling “setup” Information “We began here” Our Challenge was “X” Statistics... Now make the stats palatable. “Humanize” numbers where possible. ... however Tuesday, September 17, 13
  • 8. Statistics - how to manage the boring stuff... This is the “meat” of your presentation Don’t leave your Statistics “Naked” How do they relate to your project “Everything is Relative” Make the Visual Charts / Graphs INFOGRAPHICS!!!! Tuesday, September 17, 13
  • 9. Have SEVERAL Main Points Support them with Slides Give them Visuals (or perhaps VIDEO) Reinforce these main points with a compelling argument or data to support your subject matter. Don’t get lost in the details. Customize your message to your audience Tuesday, September 17, 13
  • 10. Explain Your Main Points Information is most easily remembered THREE items at a time. Give Three illustrations of your points (perhaps visual [an infographic], audible, and a video) Use the ‘Rule of Three’ Tuesday, September 17, 13
  • 11. The Finale Round out the presentation Remember the “recency effect” - people are more likely to remember the end of your presentation than the beginning Make the ending count What were the top level points? “Where do we go from here” (calls to action) Future Opportunity Tuesday, September 17, 13
  • 12. What NOT to Do... Don’t Memorize Try to deliver your presentation like you’d tell a compelling story. Focus on the whole audience Don’t turn your back Tuesday, September 17, 13
  • 13. What Does a BAD Preso Look Like? Tuesday, September 17, 13
  • 14. Connect with Peers Promote Your Accomplishments Market Yourself and Your Career Tuesday, September 17, 13
  • 15. Assignment Add me on Linkedin Tuesday, September 17, 13

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