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  • 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 .
    • *Avoid abbreviations.
    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.
  • *KISS
    • 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.
  • Use pauses
    • 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.
    • USE PAUSES
    • NO NUMBERS OR NO ABBREVIATIONS, PLEASE.