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How to deliver an Effective Business Presentation.

How to deliver an Effective Business Presentation.

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    • Delivering a Presentation
      By Graham Young
    • Arrive Early
      Doors Open
      10.30 am
      In case there is a problem
    • Tidy the Room
      Strategy
      To minimise the detractions
    • Check all the Equipment
      Screen saver
      Off?
      Screen saver & WIFI turned off?
      Mobile on silent?
      OK
      Ink in the pens?
      Screen lined up
    • Dry Mouth?
      Suck a mint
      Don’t drink the water
    • Give the MC an Intro Card
      Please give a warm welcome to ……….
      He/she has a great deal of experience in today’s subject as
      He/she has recently completed …….
      I’m certainly looking forward to what he/she has to say
      and I expect your are too.
    • Nervous?
      Being Nervous is Normal
      It is OK to be nervous
      Don’t worry about it
      Just do it
    • Boost your Self Confidence
      Repeat aloud after me:
      “I am poised, prepared, persuasive, positive and powerful.”
      “I feel composed, confident, convincing, commanding and compelling.”
    • The Delivery
      Stand up
    • Take a deep Breath
      Oxygenates your blood and calms you down
    • Establish Eye Contact
      Look at a different person while you say each phrase or sentence
    • Eye Contact
      Look at the happy facesto begin with
      But the grumpy onesneed more eye contactoverall
    • Never let them get ahead
      If your audience knows what you aregoing to say next, they will stop listening
    • Don’t travel in straight a line
      Don’t let them see the end from the start
      Build in some mystery
    • Make it interactive – make it memorable
      I hear - I forget
      I see - I remember  
      I do - I understand
      Confucius
      Make your audience do things, if only in their heads
    • Put some emotion in to itTell a story
      Dry facts are boring
    • Remember to close
      With a call to action that enforces your objective
    • Then …
      Stand still and feel the warm glow of a standing ovation
    • Afterwards
      Check that your audience meets your objective
      Run a post presentation review
      What worked well
      What didn’t work
      Do it even better next time
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