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Presentation skills

  1. 1. The EffectiveThe Effective PresenterPresenter
  2. 2. The Effective PresenterThe Effective Presenter ““Orators areOrators are born,born, Presenters arePresenters are made.”made.”
  3. 3. Dealing WithDealing With NervousnessNervousness  Know your subjectKnow your subject  RehearseRehearse  Sleep wellSleep well  Arrive earlyArrive early
  4. 4. Dealing WithDealing With NervousnessNervousness  Take deep breathsTake deep breaths  Pause. Establish eye contactPause. Establish eye contact  Speak s-l-o-w-l-ySpeak s-l-o-w-l-y  Control first 90 secondsControl first 90 seconds  Ask the audience a questionAsk the audience a question  Don’t memoriseDon’t memorise  Don’t apologiseDon’t apologise  Look at people who make youLook at people who make you comfortablecomfortable
  5. 5. Physical SkillsPhysical Skills  Eye ContactEye Contact  GesturesGestures  Body languageBody language  AppearanceAppearance
  6. 6. EFFECTIVE LANGUAGEEFFECTIVE LANGUAGE  Short sentencesShort sentences  Simple languageSimple language  Positive languagePositive language  Clear speechClear speech  Clarity of thoughtClarity of thought  Use of pauseUse of pause
  7. 7. NON VERBAL COMMUNICATIONNON VERBAL COMMUNICATION  Eye contactEye contact  HandshakeHandshake  Body spaceBody space  Body postureBody posture  Facial expressionsFacial expressions  GesturesGestures  VoiceVoice  Dressing styleDressing style
  8. 8. Vocal SkillsVocal Skills  EnergyEnergy  VolumeVolume  PacePace  Non-WordsNon-Words
  9. 9. Organising theOrganising the PresentationPresentation  Define desiredDefine desired resultsresults  Analyse theAnalyse the audienceaudience  Package thePackage the messagemessage  AnticipateAnticipate questionsquestions
  10. 10. Define the DesiredDefine the Desired ResultResult What do youWhat do you want audiencewant audience to : -to : -  Think?Think? INFORM THEM.INFORM THEM.  Feel?Feel? CONVINCECONVINCE THEM.THEM.  Do?Do?
  11. 11. Analyse Your AudienceAnalyse Your Audience  Who are they?Who are they?  What do theyWhat do they expect?expect?  Who makes theWho makes the decisions?decisions?  Who influencesWho influences them?them?  Who’s myWho’s my competition?competition?
  12. 12. Packaging the MessagePackaging the Message
  13. 13. InformativeInformative PresentationPresentation  ObjectiveObjective  AgendaAgenda  BodyBody Point 1Point 1 Point 2Point 2 Point 3Point 3  ConclusionConclusion
  14. 14. Persuasive PresentationPersuasive Presentation  ObjectiveObjective  AgendaAgenda  BodyBody ProblemProblem RecommendationRecommendation EvidenceEvidence  Dialogue towardsDialogue towards agreementagreement  Next stepsNext steps
  15. 15. Anticipate QuestionsAnticipate Questions  Prove yourProve your knowledgeknowledge  ClarifyClarify ambiguous pointsambiguous points
  16. 16. Handling QuestionsHandling Questions  ParaphraseParaphrase  Break downBreak down lengthy questionslengthy questions  Address the wholeAddress the whole audienceaudience  Offer to meetOffer to meet individuallyindividually  Link to your mainLink to your main pointspoints
  17. 17. Handling QuestionsHandling Questions  Don’t bluffDon’t bluff  Don’t gradeDon’t grade questionsquestions  Don’t argue withDon’t argue with anyoneanyone  Don’t allow one toDon’t allow one to dominatedominate  Don’t finger-pointDon’t finger-point
  18. 18. Answering QuestionsAnswering Questions  PParaphrasearaphrase  RReasoneason  EExamplexample  PPointoint
  19. 19. Use VisualsUse Visuals  Focus attentionFocus attention  Serve as notesServe as notes  Highlight keyHighlight key pointspoints  Benefit of the audienceBenefit of the audience
  20. 20. Writing VisualsWriting Visuals  Use headingsUse headings  One thought perOne thought per visualvisual  Six x SixSix x Six  PicturesPictures
  21. 21. Using VisualsUsing Visuals  Talk to theTalk to the audienceaudience  Don’t readDon’t read  Touch-Turn-TalkTouch-Turn-Talk
  22. 22. RehearseRehearse PracticePractice PracticePractice PracticePractice PracticePractice PracticePractice PracticePractice PracticePractice PracticPracticee
  23. 23. Congratulations!!!Congratulations!!! EnjoyEnjoy youryour presentationpresentation
  24. 24. www.thedestinymaker.com Arvind Rai Astrology & Vastu Expert +91 7709240111

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