Presentation about presenting<br />You Don't Have to Imagine Their Underwear! Seven Tips to Becoming a Dynamic Presenter <...
Kevin Kearns personal experience<br />
Seven tips tobecome a dynamic presenter<br />Prepare<br />Humor<br />No apologies<br />Attention<br />Move<br />Voice<br /...
Prepare<br />Who are the people your talking to? <br />What are the main points you want your audience to walk away with? ...
Humor<br />You have to be careful using jokes!<br />You can make fun of situations and yourself<br />Never make fun of the...
Humor<br />
No Apologies<br />I’m sorry a have a cold<br />I’m sorry I’m a bit nervous<br />I’m sorry I didn’t brush my hair, andthaty...
Attention<br />Get and keep their attention. <br />Different people have different learning styles. <br />Listening<br />s...
attention<br />Visual aides are a great way to keep your audience's attention. <br />Rules about visual aides: <br />Allow...
MOVE<br />Kearns appreciates the value of high energy and enthusiasm. He uses both strategies.<br />He insists on usingnot...
VOice<br />Speak up: no comments like: “what did she say”<br />No fillers: no 'um's, uh's" <br />Switch it: the change in ...
Respect<br />Show respect to the audience and they will show it to you. <br />Some ways to demonstrate respect for your au...
Don’t forget to use your own style too<br />
Question For you<br />Which points do youremember?<br />
Questionsfor me?<br />If yes: Pleaseask<br />Ifnot: The end<br />
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  1. 1. Presentation about presenting<br />You Don't Have to Imagine Their Underwear! Seven Tips to Becoming a Dynamic Presenter <br /> by Kevin Kearns <br />BySarina Hoekstra <br />Group 18<br />S2109085<br />
  2. 2. Kevin Kearns personal experience<br />
  3. 3. Seven tips tobecome a dynamic presenter<br />Prepare<br />Humor<br />No apologies<br />Attention<br />Move<br />Voice<br />Respect<br />
  4. 4. Prepare<br />Who are the people your talking to? <br />What are the main points you want your audience to walk away with? <br />What kind of information does myaudienceneed?<br />To help your audience: <br />Tell them what you will tell them;<br />Tell them; and<br />Then tell that what you told them. <br />
  5. 5. Humor<br />You have to be careful using jokes!<br />You can make fun of situations and yourself<br />Never make fun of the audience <br />Jokes can help your presentation, but also mess it up completely<br />This is a business setting and the jokes must be clean and non-offensive;<br />There must be a connection between the joke and your topic<br />
  6. 6. Humor<br />
  7. 7. No Apologies<br />I’m sorry a have a cold<br />I’m sorry I’m a bit nervous<br />I’m sorry I didn’t brush my hair, andthatyouneedto look at me for 5 minutes now<br />I’m sorry I look like a zombie, but I went out last night<br />
  8. 8. Attention<br />Get and keep their attention. <br />Different people have different learning styles. <br />Listening<br />seeing <br />experiencing <br />If appropriate, try to fit all aspects into the presentation. <br />Whatfind of person are you? Do youperferlistening, seeing or doing?<br />
  9. 9. attention<br />Visual aides are a great way to keep your audience's attention. <br />Rules about visual aides: <br />Allow for some white space, <br />Use alternating colors for easier reading<br />Visual aides support the presentation; do not use them as the entire presentation<br />
  10. 10. MOVE<br />Kearns appreciates the value of high energy and enthusiasm. He uses both strategies.<br />He insists on usingnottomuch<br />energy andenthusiasm!<br />Appropriate use of movement is the key. <br />
  11. 11. VOice<br />Speak up: no comments like: “what did she say”<br />No fillers: no 'um's, uh's" <br />Switch it: the change in volume will get the audience's attention. <br />
  12. 12. Respect<br />Show respect to the audience and they will show it to you. <br />Some ways to demonstrate respect for your audience: <br />Eye contact <br />Honesty <br />Save face <br />Self-correction <br />
  13. 13. Don’t forget to use your own style too<br />
  14. 14. Question For you<br />Which points do youremember?<br />
  15. 15. Questionsfor me?<br />If yes: Pleaseask<br />Ifnot: The end<br />

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