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Learn how not just to give a presentation, but to enchant the audience. Building great presentations is an important driver to success – whether its pitching to a VC, or potential customers or ...

Learn how not just to give a presentation, but to enchant the audience. Building great presentations is an important driver to success – whether its pitching to a VC, or potential customers or partners. Millions of hours each year are wasted in giving presentations which add clutter, confusion and crap. There is a panacea to this situation. Simple and elegant ways that when used can change the way your audience looks up to you. Become a Presentation Rockstar. After all, Presentation is not about powerpoint, its about You.

The presentation belongs to my session at BarCamp Bangalore 2012.


For summary of my talk and other links, visit the following links :-

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http://www.vivekjuneja.in/2012/02/summary-of-dont-just-present-enchant.html

2. http://www.vivekjuneja.in/2011/02/wow-effect.html

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  • This unfortunate slide reportedly comes from a presentation by Jan Baan, founder and chairman of vendor Cordys. Granted, an "SOA Grid" can be an esoteric topic, but instead of understanding the end game, we're left with trying to figure out how to get in the game. Marketing and presentation guru Seth Godin called this the "worst PowerPoint slide ever used by a CEO."
  • This unfortunate slide reportedly comes from a presentation by Jan Baan, founder and chairman of vendor Cordys. Granted, an "SOA Grid" can be an esoteric topic, but instead of understanding the end game, we're left with trying to figure out how to get in the game. Marketing and presentation guru Seth Godin called this the "worst PowerPoint slide ever used by a CEO."
  • This unfortunate slide reportedly comes from a presentation by Jan Baan, founder and chairman of vendor Cordys. Granted, an "SOA Grid" can be an esoteric topic, but instead of understanding the end game, we're left with trying to figure out how to get in the game. Marketing and presentation guru Seth Godin called this the "worst PowerPoint slide ever used by a CEO."
  • This unfortunate slide reportedly comes from a presentation by Jan Baan, founder and chairman of vendor Cordys. Granted, an "SOA Grid" can be an esoteric topic, but instead of understanding the end game, we're left with trying to figure out how to get in the game. Marketing and presentation guru Seth Godin called this the "worst PowerPoint slide ever used by a CEO."
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  • This unfortunate slide reportedly comes from a presentation by Jan Baan, founder and chairman of vendor Cordys. Granted, an "SOA Grid" can be an esoteric topic, but instead of understanding the end game, we're left with trying to figure out how to get in the game. Marketing and presentation guru Seth Godin called this the "worst PowerPoint slide ever used by a CEO."

Don't Just Present, Enchant ! Presentation Transcript

  • 1. The problem of the world is not Global Warming
  • 2. It isGlobal Yawning
  • 3. Do not just Present Enchant greatThe Art and Science of good Presentation
  • 4. DISCLAIMERThere is NO Magic Bullet that can solve your presentationwoes. The ideas that will be discussed today are from myexperiences and are also inspired from the interactions Ihad with some of the great presenters of our lifetime.Please be advised that I cannot guarantee that these ideaswill work 100% of the time. The speaker must use wisejudgment and instinct to use what works at the right time.
  • 5. Do not just Present EnchantHow to avoid being titled “Yet another Presentation”and other stories
  • 6. Cloud Computing
  • 7. #enchanted#bcb11 @vivekjuneja
  • 8. BadPresentations KILL
  • 9. IKILL BadPresentations
  • 10. Why Presentation Sucks di ?For SOPA fans, this picture belongs to Sony Music
  • 11. Big
  • 12. Big Aware
  • 13. Audience Content Aware MessageStory Style Language
  • 14. Know ThyAudience
  • 15. Why are YOU here ?
  • 16. “ Most people listening topresentation around theworld right now are hopingtheir speakers will end soon“ - Michael Erard ( Author of Um)
  • 17. Power over any Audience You Control the Next
  • 18. MythBusters Audience
  • 19. Entertained
  • 20. Learn
  • 21. Do well
  • 22. The Density Theory 1 Before 2 Before
  • 23. The Density Theory 1 Before 2 Before
  • 24. Know ThyContent
  • 25. What is the Coreof theMessage ?
  • 26. Identifying Core Learn to Let Go
  • 27. Identifying Core Focus on important
  • 28. Identifying Core “So what ?”
  • 29. Identifying Core Simple Concrete Emotional S U C C E S Unexpected Credible Stories
  • 30. The language ofBody
  • 31. What is the right Body Language
  • 32. Use Your Hands to YourAdvantage
  • 33. Don’t be a machine
  • 34. Don’t show your back tothe audience
  • 35. Use Verbal Emphasis
  • 36. Just Relax !!!
  • 37. FindStyle
  • 38. ?
  • 39. Steve Ballmer
  • 40. Brian Cox
  • 41. Daniel Pink
  • 42. Make your ownStory
  • 43. Big Aware
  • 44. Big Story
  • 45. Emotion Truth StoryMemory Experience
  • 46. Simple True Sticky Story that enchantsConcrete Emotional Credible
  • 47. How to tell a Story
  • 48. Invent the Hero
  • 49. Create Trouble
  • 50. Create High stakes
  • 51. Hero is victorious
  • 52. “To involve people at the deepest level,you need stories” - Harvard Business Review
  • 53. Seth Godin
  • 54. How can I be good at Story telling
  • 55. Big Story
  • 56. Big Plan
  • 57. Analog Layout Plan QuestionsDesign Tools Visual
  • 58. StartAnalog
  • 59. How to be Analog
  • 60. Find Alone Time
  • 61. Scribble before Keystroke
  • 62. The Fascination towards Bullet Point
  • 63. Why not to use bullet point ? • It makes the presentation boring • It does not engage the audience • It makes presentation look more like a document that is read
  • 64. Life beyond the Bullet Point Typography Icons Use of Shapes Images
  • 65. Typography
  • 66. Typography
  • 67. QWERTYIOPLKJHGF IconsDSBNM][P;`!
  • 68. Shapes
  • 69. Images
  • 70. How to engage Involvement
  • 71. Asking Questions, ViewsAsking Feedback 質問
  • 72. Visuals >
  • 73. Tools of Trade iStockPhoto Sxc.hu SlideRocket Prezi Keynote Powerpoint Movie Animation
  • 74. @vinod_dinakaranJS is your next Presentation Tool
  • 75. Designis Universal
  • 76. The Tendency to fill every single space onthe screen ☐ Design is Universal
  • 77. The Tendency to fill every single space onthe screen  Design is Universal
  • 78. Use Text Animations to increase impactand awareness ☐ Design is Universal
  • 79. Use Text Animations to increase impactand awareness  Design is Universal
  • 80. We need Footers for each Slide to indicatepage numbers, copyright etc. etc. ☐ Design is Universal
  • 81. We need Footers for each Slide to indicatepage numbers, copyright etc. etc.  Design is Universal
  • 82. We need Brand Logo in each and everyslide even if there is no space for it ☐ Design is Universal
  • 83. We need Brand Logo in each and everyslide even if there is no space for it  Design is Universal
  • 84. Everybody is a Designer and can learn howto design better ☐ Design is Universal
  • 85. Everybody is a Designer and can learn howto design better  Design is Universal
  • 86. Designis Universal
  • 87. of andAware Story ^ ^ Plan
  • 88. Presentation is all but not just powerpoint keynote slides body - language stage - presence speech keynote confidence knowledge audience
  • 89. Where do I go from here ?
  • 90. www.ted.com
  • 91. of andAware Story Plan ^ ^ Care
  • 92. of andAware Story Plan ^ ^ Practice
  • 93. In the End In the end ….Presentation is not about Powerpoint
  • 94. Sometimes the best presentation is
  • 95. No powerpoints were hurt or abused during the execution of this presentation.
  • 96. @ @vivekjuneja www.vivekjuneja.inEngineer / Designer / Random-wandererAmazon Web Services User Group Bangalore
  • 97. Credits