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What to say in your business presentation (part 5)

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How and What to Say in your Business Presentations. …

How and What to Say in your Business Presentations.

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  • 1. What to Say in Your Presentation (part 5)Once you have decided on your objectives, you need to define the combination of dataand topics to achieve it: Identify what key message you want your audience to remember and what is the actionyou want them to take. Identify the topics and arguments in support of your message and do not use too manydetails. Remember your opinions have little importance to your audience they want facts. Define how to convey the message why the audience should be interested in yourmessage Identify the emotional components of your message and provide your audience motivesto share your views Make sure the key message you have selected supports the objectives of yourpresentation Are the topics of your message clear and easy to understand to your audience? What are the objections you need to neutralise and which part of the message need tobe developed? What else you need to do to convince your audience? Have you prepared both logic and emotional arguments to convince your audience? Is the situation formal or informalThe more you know and understand your audience the greater your chance to besuccessful. Free download from www.maxi-file.com/download

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