Stx meetings-aug11

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Here's the Keynote file I made for a recent presentation at STX, Korea I did on meetings in English

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Stx meetings-aug11

  1. 1. Effective English Meetings
  2. 2. Who am I ?
  3. 3. LeedsManchesterLondon
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  9. 9. his a nd... ade do tit m
  10. 10. why am Iask oing th is?d
  11. 11. s o. ..
  12. 12. on on e ofI gotth ese
  13. 13. ... and came here
  14. 14. then.... 대 한민 국아 이
  15. 15. s o. .. I stayed
  16. 16. I’ve lived in Seoulsince July 2002
  17. 17. hing forT eac arso ver 9 ye
  18. 18. ked withwor ouss ome fampeo ple
  19. 19. ld re ally l ike towouwork with....
  20. 20. or ofAu th스토리 프레젠테이션
  21. 21. In m y fre e timeI en joy r unning
  22. 22. and trav elling
  23. 23. Meetings
  24. 24. What makes a good and bad meeting? good badWell organised DisoranisedEveryone arrives on time LatenessNo distractions Cell phones ringingShort long and boringAchieves something PowerPoint!!!!
  25. 25. Can you describe some KoreanBusiness customs?
  26. 26. Understanding the language of culture
  27. 27. What cultural differences have youexperienced?
  28. 28. Being aware of cultural differences is a vital skillfor any global business person.
  29. 29. Shaking hands
  30. 30. Where did you learn?
  31. 31.
  32. 32. 2 shakes and let goHold firmly - not limp or bone crushingMake eye contact
  33. 33. Cell Phones
  34. 34. It is rude.It is disrespectful.It disturbs everyone inthe meeting.Nothing is moreimportant than themeeting you are in.
  35. 35. It is rude.It is disrespectful.It disturbs everyone inthe meeting.Nothing is moreimportant than themeeting you are in.
  36. 36. “Please excuse me, I reallymust take this call. ”
  37. 37. Video
  38. 38. “ ”I am very annoyed; Very annoyed
  39. 39. “ How are you? ”
  40. 40. “ I’m fine thank you and you? ”
  41. 41. “I’m very well thankyou. How are you? ”
  42. 42. “Good afternoon, my nameis Carl, it’s very nice tomeet you. ”
  43. 43. A word about clothes...
  44. 44. What’s wronghere?
  45. 45. Short sleevedshirts and ties- UNIFORM
  46. 46. Get your clothes wrong inItaly, France or London and itwill be noticed.
  47. 47. Planning meetings
  48. 48. The six ‘P’sPerfect Planning & PreparationPrevents Poor Performance
  49. 49. How many meetings do you attend where youreceive full details of what the meeting isabout, what to prepare and what the desiredoutcome is? (as a percentage)
  50. 50. How many days before the meeting didyou receive this information?
  51. 51. What things should be preparedbefore a meeting?
  52. 52. Meeting Room
  53. 53. Equipment
  54. 54. AgendasWhy is an agendaso important?
  55. 55. Food and drink
  56. 56. Always prepare an agendaA meeting with no agenda will always fail
  57. 57. Always begin the meeting ontime and never be late to ameeting.Arriving late will show you arerude and inconsiderate
  58. 58. Make sure you read the pre-meetingmaterials in good timeNever attend a meeting unprepared
  59. 59. If you are going to do a presentation - arriveearly and make sure everything is workingthere is no excuse for a laptop computernot to work
  60. 60. If you are the organiser - makesure the meeting finishes ontime - early is good but late isvery bad.Attendees have other thingsto do
  61. 61. Have a meeting with your colleaguesbeforehand to discuss who is going to say whatand when.Be organised
  62. 62. A word about PowerPoint in meetings
  63. 63. “I have a dream”
  64. 64. That allpresentationsshall one day becreated fantastic!
  65. 65. Where are we today?Where are we today?
  66. 66. Everyday -Millions ofpresentations
  67. 67. 63% presented bynon-nativeEnglish Speakers
  68. 68. But we have aproblem.
  69. 69. “Death By PowerPoint” 사람잡는 파워포인트
  70. 70. Most presentersnever think abouttheir audience Not thinking udience
  71. 71. We tabulated all possible combinations of the findings with minimum 2positive findings, arterial enhancement and T2 hyperintensity, because these twofindings were significant findings according to the multivariable logistic regressionanalysis. .All six imaging findings were present in only 37 of 222 HCCs (16.7%).The combination 2 included five findings present except for rim enhancement,which was observed, most frequently. None of the DNs showed all six imagingfindings.In conclusion, for differential diagnosis of small nodules in cirrhotic liver, Gd-EOB-DTPA-enhanced MR is valuable. The high SI on T2WI and arterial enhancement onGd-EOB-DTPA-enhanced MR images is helpful imaging findings for differentiatingsmall hepatocellular carcinomas from dysplastic nodules in cirrhotic liver. However, Slides have tooadditional suggestive findings need to achieve high accuracy for differentiating smallHCCs from DNs. much text on them
  72. 72. Charts and graphsthat nobodyunderstands
  73. 73. We could blame PowerPoint
  74. 74. Peter NorvigGoogle Director of Research
  75. 75. “PowerPoint doesn’t killmeetings. People kill meetings.But using PowerPoint is likehaving a loaded AK-47 on thetable: You can do very bad thingswith it.” Peter Norvig, Google Director of Research
  76. 76. ““회의를 망치는 것은 파워포인트가 아니라,바로 사람들이다. 하지만, 파워포인트를 사용하는것은, 마치 테이블 위에 총알이 가득 장전된AK-47 자동소총을 올려 놓고 회의를 진행하는것과 같은 격이다.누구든, 이 총으로 회의장 분위기를 싸그리 날려 ”버릴 수 있게 되는 것이다.” Peter Norvig, Google Director of Research
  77. 77. If you are responsible for the meeting - makesure you plan carefullyIf you are attending a meeting - make sure youreview the meeting materials before themeetings.If you are using PowerPoint - Make itinteresting
  78. 78. Silence is not alwaysgolden
  79. 79. People are quite often afraid to speakbecause they worry about being ‘judged’ ontheir English ability.Think about that - Do you not think this isreally stupid?
  80. 80. “ My biggest frustration in Korea, is that my staff never talk in meetingsProf. Wolfgang Pilschke ”CEO Bayer Pharmaceuticals - Asia Pacific
  81. 81. “If you are not going to say anythingin the meeting -don’t go ”
  82. 82. Language of Meetings...
  83. 83. So you think pronunciation isimportant eh?
  84. 84. Video
  85. 85. You have a choice
  86. 86. Be a global Communicator
  87. 87. Or one of the many millionsof average office rats
  88. 88. It’s a simple choice
  89. 89. How English can improveyour life
  90. 90. Be partof theglobalcommunity
  91. 91. See things differently
  92. 92. Learning a language isnot just learning wordsand grammar -learning a language isabout learning a wholenew culture.
  93. 93. Open more doors ofopportunity
  94. 94. Video
  95. 95. Communicate your ideas
  96. 96. If you cannot communicate in English,then your career options are verylimited영어로 소통할 수 없다면,여러분이 선택할 수 있는 직업의 폭이 매우 제한됩니다.
  97. 97. How many people are learningEnglish in the world today?
  98. 98. 2 Billion!2,000,000,000
  99. 99. English is just a communication tool
  100. 100. Korean is your life
  101. 101. Just have fun andenjoy English
  102. 102. Conference Calls
  103. 103. What difficulties do youhave with conferencecalls?
  104. 104. What other types ofmeetings do you have?
  105. 105. Make sure everyone involvedknows the time, any passcodes / websites etc
  106. 106. Be aware of internationaltime zones.
  107. 107. Always start themeeting on time
  108. 108. Prepare
  109. 109. Have everyone introducethemselves.
  110. 110. Relevancy, alignment and a uniquebrand coreFrom a managerial perspective:Before speaking sayAnThe quest for convincing and appealing brand core or brand purpose helps to steer the brand organisation in the right direction uniquenessyour name.Loop customer insights back to the brand core— Why does your brand exist ?— And what does it do to make lives better ?— How can you express that through execution ?
  111. 111. Don’t shuffle papers near themicrophone
  112. 112. Close the meeting on a high
  113. 113. Be careful with leather chairs
  114. 114. “ ”Bring something new to the party
  115. 115. 감사합니다
  116. 116. www.presentinenglish.com
  117. 117. Most images were from iStockphoto.However, some images are in my computer and Iam not sure where they came from.If I have used an image of yours and you would likecredit or for it to be removed please contact me at:carl@fandcorp.comFont used: MetaPro by Erik Spiekerman

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