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sample slide ware. Ideas and concepts adapted from Garr Reynold's blog www.presentationzen.com, and of course my personal insights on presentation and training, in general

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Presenting with Impact Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Presentation Zen
  • 2. Zen (‘zen) : a Japanese sect of Mahayana Buddhism that aims at enlightenment by direct intuition through meditation
  • 3. Presentation Tips
  • 4. 10 slides 20 minutes 30 point font
  • 5. Brevity. Levity. Repetition.
  • 6.  
  • 7. Connect with your audience.
  • 8. READ
  • 9. Timing. Attention. Personal Approach.
  • 10. “ That’s a good question!”
  • 11. Come Early. Really Early.
  • 12. Get Practice.
  • 13. Don’t Apologize Do apologize if you’re wrong.
  • 14. W hat’s I n I t F or M e
  • 15. Have Fun!
  • 16. More Presentation Tips
  • 17. What not to say in a Presentation
    • Make some noise!!!
    • Um….
    • Did that make sense?
    • What else can I show you?
    • I guess that’s it…
  • 18. Notes in a Presentation???
    • Destroy 50% of audience interest
    • Prevent contact with audience
    • Create a sense of artificiality
    • Make the speaker less powerful
  • 19.
    • make notes in preparation of your talk…
    • … but only use them in an emergency
    • If you must use notes…
    • … make sure your audience do not see
  • 20. Any Questions