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Presentation skills training tips. One Clear Message's quick tips on how to build effective presentations.

Presentation skills training tips. One Clear Message's quick tips on how to build effective presentations.

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  • Do you want to do amazing presentations? <br /> To Stop boring Power point? <br /> To Have fun and inspire! <br />
  • Less is more <br /> Don’t read <br />
  • What you see <br />
  • what the audience sees! <br />
  • B and W <br />
  • Stand to left - let them see the screen .. <br /> Reading left to right <br /> Careful not to cut off audience <br />
  • Take the time to work out your message, hook and story before you write the first slide <br /> Slides should augment your message, not be your message. <br /> Leave bullets to movies .. People want to write bullets down … If they are writing or reading .. They are not listening <br />
  • Hook <br /> What should the audience walk away with? <br /> Give problem, solution with benefits <br />
  • NB Why should I care? <br /> What should the audience walk away with? <br /> (architecture of pc ... when they wan to know how to write a letter - ie click word, print, email) <br />
  • A clear point <br /> Use the story to illustrate your point <br /> Drunken uncle - Point always on stage <br />
  • Half oldest audience member - rule of thumb <br />
  • Please use high res images <br /> low res pixilate look unprofessional and grainy (istockphotos - 123rf) <br /> Buy pictures or take them (photographers?) <br />
  • Make it relative - keep it simple (not 20% - 1 in 5) <br /> Use a handout- encryption protocols (word doc vs visual augmentation) <br />
  • MacBook Air. The world’s thinnest notebook. <br /> What is the focus of your speech ... what do you want them to remember? Give an example, or ask the audience for one - headlines they remembered from presentations <br />
  • Slides augment speech - not be speech <br /> Create a clear picture A clear message <br /> Rule of 3 - max 3 things <br /> Statistics and lots of facts are boring - use handouts <br /> 1000 songs in your pocket <br />
  • People remember stories <br /> Tell a story, make a point <br /> Slides augment message <br />
  • Pause - Keep it simple <br /> and engage your audience - not bore them <br />

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  • Presentation tips
  • Death by PowerPoint? • Are you tired of presenters turning and speaking to the screen? • Reading every Boring word on their presentation • Not preparing properly? • Just putting a list of bullets up • Insulting your intelligence, by reading (badly) what you have already read • Reading in a monotone • Not facing you, as they have turned to read! • With font so small even they can’t read it
  • Presenter’s View 4 3
  • Presentation tips
  • B
  • Position Read: Left to right
  • Plan
  • Remember your “take away”
  • Why should I care?
  • One Point at a Time
  • Font Size Font size 12 Font size 24 Font size 36 Never Font size 48 Font size 72 Font size 96 Readabl e
  • High Res only
  • Data and stats
  • Create a headline MacBook Air. The world’s thinnest notebook.
  • Be a speaker
  • Tell a story
  • Remember: Keep it simple!