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F1 presentation- Presentation Skills F1 presentation- Presentation Skills Presentation Transcript

  • AGENDA  The Importance of Planning & Organization  Knowing your Audience  Involving your Personality  Your Presentation Checklist  Handling Questions
  • HOW PLANNING ENABLES YOU TO TELL A STORY
  • INVOVLING YOUR PERSONALITY Presentation style and personal confidence are as important as the actual content of the presentation itself
  • SPEAKING NATURALLY
  • YOUR PRESENTATION CHECKLIST • Use images & graphics • Minimize text & numbers • Contrast between text and background • Speak clearly, with confidence and pause when appropriate • Vary your tone and be natural in the way you speak • Know your material inside out & backwards • Engage with your audience • Ensure you present to the appropriate time length • What is your contingency plan?
  • HANDLING QUESTIONS • Anticipate questions and prepare responses; rehearse answers to difficult questions • If necessary, offer to obtain additional information follow up • Use questions to strengthen your main arguments – answer questions candidly but positively link objections to attractive features
  • HANDLING QUESTIONS • Do not digress • Be honest: if you can’t answer a question, say so. • Use the last question to summarize