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Presentation skills coaching

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  • 1. PRESENTATION SKILLS COACHING 10 TIPS FOR BECOMING A BETTER SPEAKER www.CommunicationSkillsTips.com1. Avoid boring, predictable openings “My topic today is…”2. Make sure the introducer gives you a great intro to establish your credibility3. Spice up your title - either offer a framework (7 Habits of Highly Effective People/ 5C’s of Great Speaking) or a promise (How to Influence People through Public Speaking) or an interesting title (Confessions of an Audit Professional)4. Tease them with questions at the start - 3 questions because people remember best in threes5. Story to illustrate pain (short - 2 minutes or less)6. Have a Roadmap/agenda slide - explain each part of the roadmap briefly. Maybe use questions to tease them even more.
  • 2. 7. Have a smooth transition between different slides without referring to slide (No saying, “We’ll move to slide 1 next”)8. Minimize text on slides. Ruthlessly cut out all words except key words9. Use the words “Imagine” and “you” to paint a concrete scenario for your audience…(e.g. “For those of you working in audit, you are the second level of defence…You do this and this…For those of you in risk mgmt., you are the third level of defence…you do this and this”).

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