Presentation tips Here are some presentation tips to make your presentation fly.
*Don't leave it to the last minute.Be prepared for any unexpected situation.
When you know you have to give a presentation - make sure that you leave yourself real time to present. If you have your presentation on a laptop, back it up on a CD ROM or data stick and carry a hard copy with you. Take a spare power lead. Plan what to do if the projector breaks down.
*Use the right fonts. Verdana , Arial or Tahoma are very clear for use in presentations. *Start with a quotation. You can find lots of quotations on the Internet.
*A picture is worth a thousand words.Use pictures .
People really don’t like Abbreviations like EU or WHO so don’t use them if you don't want the audience lose concentration.
*Don't use PowerPoint sound effects.
It may seem funny to have applause at the end of a slide, or a screeching sound for a new bullet point, but it will turn off the audience.
*Always leave handouts. Leaving handouts will help them to remember your presentation when they look at them again.
No - not kiss the audience - K eep I t S imple & S hort. Reduce your presentation to simple concepts and your audience should be able to follow you. If you go beyond their understanding, they will switch off.
Use your b ody l anguage effectively.
Keep your eyes on the audience
Use natural gestures.
Don’t turn your back to the audience.
Avoid looking at your notes. Only use them as reference points to keep you on track. Talk, don’t read.
Pause - the power of pausing in a presentation can be very profound. It will also give you a chance to catch your breath.
COPY THE PRESENTATION TIPS ,NOW.
DON’T LEAVE IT TO THE LAST MINUTE.BE PREPARED.HAVE A BACK UP PLAN.
USE THE RIGHT FONTS.
START WITH A QUOTATION .ALWAYS LEAVE HANDOUTS.
A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS.
DON’T USE POWERPOINT SOUND EFFECTS.
KISS(KEEP IT SHORT AND SIMPLE)
USE YOUR BODY LANGUAGE EFFECTIVELY.
TO BE AN EFFICIENT SPEAKER ,MAKE A LIST OF CONCEPTS AND WORDS.