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Tips for making a professional presentation. Start with story not the Powerpoint!!!

Tips for making a professional presentation. Start with story not the Powerpoint!!!

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  • 1. PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATION By Supavadee Tantiyanon BBA, Thammasart University 17th October 2013 1
  • 2. Education Mater Dei School J.Eugene McCateer HS, San Francisco Eastern Michigan University, USA Institute of Direct Marketing, UK …blogs, websites, youtube, Google, Facebook, Twitter, etc. Professional Marketing, Communications, Digital, CRM, eCommerce Unilever, Ogilvy, Leo Burnett, Minor Group, Thaisale Mater Dei Alumnae Association Life Planning Skills Foundation Personal Hobbies Supavadee Tantiyanon Travelling, Culture, History, Sociology, Political Affair Interest Reading, Movies, Musics, Hang-out, Games, Thinking, Dreaming, Story-telling Skills Analytical Skills, Communications 2
  • 3. People is the great mystery on earth. Understand them and initiate relationship with them are quite a challenge. I love to observe, articulate the meanings and plan for the relationship quest to see if my hypothesis is working or not. Supavadee Tantiyanon Specialties:Digital Marketing, eCommerce, CRM, Business Process, Marketing, Customer Experiential Marketing 3
  • 4. ? What does it mean to be professional? Why is being professional important? What do you want to learn about professionalism ? 4
  • 5. Confident Dress-code Bold Attentive KNOWLEDGEABLE & PRESENTABLE Competence 5
  • 6. Know your subject Know your audience Tell the story 6
  • 7. Been there, Done that! 7
  • 8. Know Your SUBJECT!!!! research analyze interpret 8
  • 9. Know Your AUDIENCE interest attention expectation 9
  • 10. Don’t bore me!!! 10
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  • 14. Bad design and presentation never killed anyone, But it never inspired anyone either! 14
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  • 16. Story telling Simple What to learn: Style Get results!!! 16
  • 17. Let the image the you the story 17
  • 18. What will this place be in 1000 years time? 18
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  • 20. Keep it simple less is more 20
  • 21. One key message 21
  • 22. Less text more visual 22
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  • 24. Quality image tells a better story. 24
  • 25. People get tired of bullet point quickly. What other options do you have? If you really have to use them, save it till the last slide. 25
  • 26. Take care to match colours and backgrounds Take care to match colours and backgrounds If you can’t use it wisely, then avoid entirely!!! 26
  • 27. Never use BLACK TEXT on RED 27
  • 28. Why? 28
  • 29. 10% of boys are effected by color blindness, so… 29
  • 30. One person in your audience will have a colour vision deficiency. 30
  • 31. Use SIMPLE font 31
  • 32. Helvetica! Gill Sans Impact The Holy Trinity! Sans Serif fonts family that give any presentation a professional look and feel. 32
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  • 34. Comic Sans MS – not for professional 34
  • 35. 3 MUSTs 35
  • 36. 3 MUSTs Old Habits One Message One Story 36
  • 37. FORGET!!! What you know about Powerpoint slides 37
  • 38. 1 Slide 7 lines / Slide 7 words/ Line 38
  • 39. 40 seconds per Slide 39
  • 40. Start with this 40
  • 41. Simply start with blank paper… 41
  • 42. ONE Message 42
  • 43. Umm… Let’s try together… If you have only 3 minutes to prepare to present yourself to the Mark Zuckerburg, what would you do? Oh, BTW you have only 2 min. for the introduction. Mission: 2 minutes introduction Must be a memorable one. 43
  • 44. Sans Serif? Font size? Where can I get nice pictures? # of Slides Which colors? 44
  • 45. So, first think: What is the ONE Point you Want to make 45
  • 46. ? Easy to say but HOW? 46
  • 47. Observe & Take note Brainstorming : Post-it Mindmapping 47
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  • 50. ONE Story 50
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  • 53. When you have a great story… …bad slides will not ruin the presentation… 53
  • 54. …but having great slides cannot improve a bad story! 54
  • 55. This is where should want to be… 55
  • 56. ? How to create a story? 56
  • 57. ? How ? 57
  • 58. Review ideas Throw away things that don’t support your main message and the ones that work 58
  • 59. Connect them into a clear, concise story… 59
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  • 61. But that’s just one possibility… Just keep trying and finding what’s best for your… 61
  • 62. …Paris wasn’t build in a day!!! That’s Rome you’re talking about, duh!! Well, Paris wasn’t built in a day either, duh back at you!!! 62
  • 63. Got it!!! 63
  • 64. 3 MUSTs Old Habits One Message One Story 64
  • 65. •  •  •  •  •  Go visual Let the image tell your story Use simple fonts Practice before presenting Absolutely no bullet points 65
  • 66. So, next time you start a presentation… 66
  • 67. Re-Think how you create it!!! 67
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  • 69. Credit http://www.flickr.com/photos/18585127@N07/5594098829/lightbox/?q=font%20 http://www.corbisimages.com/stock-photo/royalty-free/42-49355217/blackboard-with-thank-you-written-on-it?popup=1 http://www.corbisimages.com/stock-photo/rights-managed/42-47291446/businessman-surrounded-by-papers?popup=1 69