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Presentation skills

  1. 1. How toWinthem allIt’s the art of telling your story…Aissi Kaouther and Zahaf Wafa.By:
  2. 2. 1-Introduction.2-Preparing of the presentation.3-Techniques to organize yourpresentation.4-Bad habits.5-Seven mistakes that kills yourpresentation.6-Things you should do.7-Learn from the experts.8-Conclusion.
  3. 3. Preparing thePresentation:.4 major points to beginwith:-plan.-prepare.-practice.-present.
  4. 4. 1.structure of the introduction.-Greet the audience.-Tell them about the theme .2.structure of the body.-Well organized and propre.-Logical.-Reinforce more through the use of exam examples.-Visual aid.3.Structure of the conclusion.-Restatement of what you have said in brief.-referances.Techniques to organize yourpresentation:
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  12. 12. I want saysmth but…
  13. 13. The good presenter must take into account thefollowing keys:
  14. 14. The main enemy of a presenter is tension andfear of talking in public.because it influences voice, bodylanguage,and eye contact.
  15. 15. The voice is the most important tool of the presenter.
  16. 16. *volume: How loud the sound is. The goalis to be heard without shouting. Good speakerslower their voice to attract the audience, andraise it to make a point.*tone: your tone expreses your feellingso try to never let them guess what you arefeeling (afraid,bored,not passionate…)*Pace:Talking too fast causes the wordsand syllables to be short, while talking slowlylengthens them. Varying the pace helps tomaintain the audiences interest.
  17. 17. *People not only listen toyou, they also watch you.Slouching tells them you areindifferent or you do notcare... even though you reallycare.*If you get your postureright, you will feel betterinstantly. Also your sitting orstanding position has someeffect on your mood andfeelings. So ensure that youare using the proper posturewhen you are talking to youraudience.
  18. 18. Speakers who make eye contact open theflow of communication and show interest,
  19. 19. It is very important becausewithout it no one can understandyou…Using technical words more thanit is necessary ,too wordy,notclear…All theseAspects lead your audience tosay:
  20. 20. Good speakers not only inform their audience, theyalso listen to them. And by listening, you know if theyare understanding the information.Good characteristics of effective listeners are:-Spend more time listening than talking (but ofcourse, as a presenter, you will be doing most of thetalking).-Do not finish the sentence of others.-Do not answer questions by questions.-Never daydream or become preoccupied with theirown thoughts when others talk.-Let the other speaker talk. Do not dominate theconversation.
  21. 21. Keep cool if a questioner disagrees withyou. You are not a professional! No matterhow hard you try, not everyone in theworld will agree with you.Make sure you listen to the question beingasked. If you do not understand it, askthem to clarify. Pause to think about thequestion.When you answer, be honest, donot waffle and Tell them you will get backto them... and make sure you do!
  22. 22. Communications coach,author,and presentation expert.*In his book:the presentation,secrets of steve jobs; heshows us how to express and communicate our ideaspersuasively.*Carmine gallo writes a presentation book about stevejobs because no one captured the audience like stevejobs,he doesn’t just convey information;he createsunforgettable moments on the stage, he has 40000 videoclips on you tube and all people around the world watchhis video.
  23. 23. Work CitedBandara, Dilum. How to do an Effective Presentaion.Colorado State University. 10 Sep.2006.<>Gallo, Carmine.The presentaion Secrets Of Steve Jobs.How tobe Insanely Great in Front of Any Audience. StanfordUniversity. 2005<>Weissman, Jerry.Presenting to win.The art of Telling YourStory.<>