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Conducted by Kiki Ng
M.SC Training and HRM (UK)
Certified Trainer and Coach – NLP and Hypnotherapy
The Magic of Public Spe...
MODULE 1
Where You Are &
Where are you heading…
Awareness and Goal setting as critical
components of a great presentations
What Is Currently Not
Working?
Any Negative Sig...
Past Good Memories
Name the Event & Describe Feeling
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Goals on Presentation/ Public Speaking
1. How I will see myself on stage:
2. What others are going to say about me:
3. How...
Structuring with 4-MAT
WHY?
WHAT
HOW
WHAT-IF
MODULE 2
Structure with 4 Mat
• Opening
– Greetings & Purpose of talk/presentation
– Quote/Metaphor/story
– Setting Stage Anchor
• ...
IDENTIFYING YOUR PURPOSE
1. Motivate, Influence, Convince (Sell)
2. Inform / Deliver
3. Instruct / Guide
4. Entertain
www....
Audience want to know
“why should I be here?”
Values and Emotions involved
To gain –
To be –
To do –
To save –
WHY?
www.iT...
is this talk/product
all about?
• Introduce product
WHAT
www.iTrainingExpert.com
How does it
work?
HOW
connect
install
identify
www.iTrainingExpert.com
WHAT-IF? Questions to expect…
1. What if I use this for a different application….?
2. What if I missed ____________?
3. Wh...
Secrets to Memory Hooks
1. To aid retention and recall
2. Hook on – product name, value and USP
3. Stimulate sight, sound,...
www.iTrainingExpert.com
Power of Quotes
MODULE 3
Dealing with Nerves
Powerful Gestures of
Influence
www.iTrainingExpert.com
Good News
about Nerves
If channeled well, nerves can make
the difference between giving a
boring presentation and giving o...
Fear vs Phobia
What is your GREATEST FEAR?
The external event comes in
through out sensory input channels
and it is filtered -- we process the
event.
As we process t...
Placater, Blamer, Leveler, Computer, Distractor
Virginia Satir
Mother of Family
Therapy
www.iTrainingExpert.com
The Satir ...
• Ac-cent-u-ate
• Ham __________
• Baroquely tie up the ______
• Drum up your ___________
• Jazz up the __________
• Rap t...
Gesture, Voice and Stance
1. Blaming – Nothing is going to stop you…from
achieving your targets this year.
2. Placating – ...
AUDIENCE MANAGEMENT
MODULE 5
www.iTrainingExpert.com
KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE
Familiarity
Attitudes and Biases
Comprehension
Expectation and Motivation
Size of your audience
www.iTr...
Visual Auditory Kinesthetic Auditory Digital
see
look
bright
clear
picture
foggy
view
clear
focused
dawn
reveal
illuminate...
Anchoring in
speech and
presentation aims
to increase interest
and retention
www.iTrainingExpert.com
Presentation Practice
Deliver a individual Presentation & Evaluationwww.iTrainingExpert.com
MODULE 7
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STAGE PRESENCE
The end should be a climax, not
an anti-climaxwww.iTrainingExpert.com
Making a Strong Opening and Closing
info@iTrainingExpert.com
Contact +603- 80759056
www.iTrainingExpert.com
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  1. 1. Conducted by Kiki Ng M.SC Training and HRM (UK) Certified Trainer and Coach – NLP and Hypnotherapy The Magic of Public Speaking with NLP 23-24 July 2013 Malaysia POWERTALK TO WIN www.iTrainingExpert.com
  2. 2. MODULE 1 Where You Are & Where are you heading…
  3. 3. Awareness and Goal setting as critical components of a great presentations What Is Currently Not Working? Any Negative Significant Experiences? Name the emotions that are present as you think of them. What Is Currently Working for You in Public Speaking? Any Positive Significant Experiences? Name the emotions that are present as you think of them. www.iTrainingExpert.com
  4. 4. Past Good Memories Name the Event & Describe Feeling 1. 2. 3. 4. www.iTrainingExpert.com
  5. 5. Goals on Presentation/ Public Speaking 1. How I will see myself on stage: 2. What others are going to say about me: 3. How I will feel before, during and after delivery: www.iTrainingExpert.com
  6. 6. Structuring with 4-MAT WHY? WHAT HOW WHAT-IF MODULE 2
  7. 7. Structure with 4 Mat • Opening – Greetings & Purpose of talk/presentation – Quote/Metaphor/story – Setting Stage Anchor • Body – 4Mat (Why, What, How, What if) • Close – – Repeat Purpose and Core Issues – Quote/Metaphor/Story – Call for Action www.iTrainingExpert.com
  8. 8. IDENTIFYING YOUR PURPOSE 1. Motivate, Influence, Convince (Sell) 2. Inform / Deliver 3. Instruct / Guide 4. Entertain www.iTrainingExpert.com
  9. 9. Audience want to know “why should I be here?” Values and Emotions involved To gain – To be – To do – To save – WHY? www.iTrainingExpert.com
  10. 10. is this talk/product all about? • Introduce product WHAT www.iTrainingExpert.com
  11. 11. How does it work? HOW connect install identify www.iTrainingExpert.com
  12. 12. WHAT-IF? Questions to expect… 1. What if I use this for a different application….? 2. What if I missed ____________? 3. What if I am in ______________? 4. What if I accidentally _________? 5. What if I don’t have ___________ WHAT IF… www.iTrainingExpert.com
  13. 13. Secrets to Memory Hooks 1. To aid retention and recall 2. Hook on – product name, value and USP 3. Stimulate sight, sound, touch/feeling, smell or taste 4. Tools – stories and metaphors www.iTrainingExpert.com
  14. 14. www.iTrainingExpert.com Power of Quotes
  15. 15. MODULE 3 Dealing with Nerves Powerful Gestures of Influence www.iTrainingExpert.com
  16. 16. Good News about Nerves If channeled well, nerves can make the difference between giving a boring presentation and giving one that keeps people listening.
  17. 17. Fear vs Phobia What is your GREATEST FEAR?
  18. 18. The external event comes in through out sensory input channels and it is filtered -- we process the event. As we process the event, we delete, distort, and generalize the information that comes in, according to any number of several elements that filter our perception The filters are, Meta Programs, belief systems, values, decisions, and memories. www.iTrainingExpert.com How we Process Information
  19. 19. Placater, Blamer, Leveler, Computer, Distractor Virginia Satir Mother of Family Therapy www.iTrainingExpert.com The Satir Gestures of Influence
  20. 20. • Ac-cent-u-ate • Ham __________ • Baroquely tie up the ______ • Drum up your ___________ • Jazz up the __________ • Rap the _________ • March on the ___________ www.iTrainingExpert.com MODULE 4:FINDING YOUR RHYTYM Make your presentation rhythmically charged
  21. 21. Gesture, Voice and Stance 1. Blaming – Nothing is going to stop you…from achieving your targets this year. 2. Placating – I urge you, please… save our planet, save the trees, save… our children 3. Computer – Think for a moment…, if you were the CEO, what would you do? 4. Leveller – This is the best method so far. 5. Distractor – Let’s back track and focus on original core issue. www.iTrainingExpert.com
  22. 22. AUDIENCE MANAGEMENT MODULE 5 www.iTrainingExpert.com
  23. 23. KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE Familiarity Attitudes and Biases Comprehension Expectation and Motivation Size of your audience www.iTrainingExpert.com
  24. 24. Visual Auditory Kinesthetic Auditory Digital see look bright clear picture foggy view clear focused dawn reveal illuminate imagine hazy an eyeful short sighted sight for sore eyes take a peek tunnel vision bird’s eye view naked eye paint a picture hear tell sound resonate listen silence deaf squeak hush roar melody make music harmonize tune in/out rings a bell quiet as a mouse voiced an opinion clear as a bell give me your ear loud and clear purrs like a kitten on another note grasp feel hard unfeeling concrete scrape solid touch get hold of catch on tap into heated argument pull some strings sharp as a tack smooth operator make contact throw out firm foundation get a handle on get in touch with hand in hand hang in there sense experience understand change perceive question insensitive distinct conceive know think learn process decide calculate consider describe in detail figure it out make sense of pay attention to word for word without a doubt Artists Musicians Athletes Accountantswww.iTrainingExpert.com
  25. 25. Anchoring in speech and presentation aims to increase interest and retention www.iTrainingExpert.com
  26. 26. Presentation Practice Deliver a individual Presentation & Evaluationwww.iTrainingExpert.com
  27. 27. MODULE 7 www.iTrainingExpert.com STAGE PRESENCE
  28. 28. The end should be a climax, not an anti-climaxwww.iTrainingExpert.com Making a Strong Opening and Closing
  29. 29. info@iTrainingExpert.com Contact +603- 80759056 www.iTrainingExpert.com www.iTrainingExpert.com iTrainingExpert

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