Colors presentation - presentation skills - SEM Internship
COLORED PROCESSORS GREEN BRAINInformation …. A lot of actions …. Then analysis very focused, driven and intense Ask a lot of questions big picture
COLORED PROCESSORSRED BRAIN Organized Information …. A lot of analysis…. Then actions Clarity of information very clear and precise in their Communication process facts in a logical long term strategic planning calm under stress creating structure and setting standards think before speaking
COLORED PROCESSORSBLUE BRAIN Analysis …info … analysis … info ……….. Action emotional base Flexible Well connected active in play and fun usually will take the blame try to do everything themselves interact with people
COLORED PROCESSORSPURPLE BRAIN A lot of info … some analysis … some actions need details Concrete facts strategic planning Creates systems very practical individual identity
Conclusion“the art ofcreating, planning and Q&Apreparing the details ofyour presentation” Summary Main body Opening Design Presentation
Getting Attention question statistic story an examplea prop quotation humour mystery a visual personal relevance remember this an experience a challenging statement a fact a news event
Benefits?• saves money• saves time• saves lives• gives you security• makes you more productive• makes you more competitive• gives you bigger market share• gives you prestige• makes you more attractive• makes you more comfortable• gives you peace-of-mind• makes you feel good
Main body – keeping attentionLeft brain Right brain quotations surprises• statistics colours personal messages• facts interaction stories & anecdotes• numbers music• logic linking to other speakers examples• structure movement memory joggers• recaps visuals humour/jokes/cartoons• analysis product samples current events questions your voice!
Summary• brief review of key points• then positively move into Q&A• “Who has the first question?”
Q&APositively askRepeat or rephraseOpen the questionShort answerEnd and move on
Conclusion• link to the opening• call for action• pose a question• give an arresting fact or statistic• finish a story that you started in the opening• use positive, assertive language• end on a positive note with a clear message• point the way ahead• keep conclusion brief and punchy
Your Dress Code• Your presentation dress code is the first impression anyone gets of you.• It will influence on how others feel about you, your credibility and your professionalism.• Your dress will help you: – Move freely – Be in rapport with the audience – Project an image of self- confidence
How to dress?Ladies• If you are warring boots, they should be higher than your skirt.• Avoid high heals.• Mini skirts, are not admissible.• Deep décolleté are not admissible.• Choose conservative colors.• Ware either long skirts or business suits.• Don’t over do your make up.• Accessory should be kept minimal.• Gather your hair, do not let it hide your face or your eyes.• Your perfume should be discrete.
How to dress? Cont.Gentlemen• Basic business suit is the best.• Avoid casual.• Trousers, shirt + tie that match.• Trouser + High neck.• A tie should be to the top or middle of your belt buckle.• Brown socks for brown/beige/tan suites.• Black socks for black/Grey/Deep blue suites.• Keep the choose basically either black or brown.• Be well-groomed, neat, pressed, odor-free and clean.
Your Attitude• Your own attitude will dictate the conduct of attendees• Positive attitude will intimidate problem makers• Negative attitude will increase challenges• Keep your smile• Avoid invading the space of each member of the audience• Avoid being the challenge
Get & Maintain Their Attention• Explain to them what is going to be discussed• Explain the benefit of the presentation• Great the audience upon entry to class• Know the names of the audience and address them by their names• When giving examples, make them clear and close to majority’s background
Overcoming Difficult SituationsSituations:• Audience is bored• Mobiles do not stop ringing• Audience is late• Murphy’s Law with equipment & Material• Physical accidents• Force Majeure
Pause1 “Thank you for that introduction Mr Jones ladiesand gentlemen I’d just like to say how pleased I amto be here at Hilton again it’s a full six years since my last visit......”2 “Thank you for that introduction Mr Jonesladies and gentlemen I’d just like to say how pleasedI am to be here at Hilton again it’s a fullsix years since my last visit......”
PitchListen to the introduction from the previous task in high & low pitchThank you for that introductionMr Jonesladies and gentlemenI’d just like to say how pleased I amto be here at Hilton againit’s a full six years since my last visit......
Pacea.Bad planning causes mistakes and is expensiveb.Bad planning causes mistakes and is expensive
PunchI think we’ve got a really good product.I think we’ve got a really good product.I think we’ve got a really good product.I think we’ve got a really good product.I think we’ve got a really good product.We’ve got a really good product.
Impact languageIn a small country like Singapore with no natural resources it is vital toattract foreign investment.
Impact languageSingapore is a small island.What natural resources do we have?No coal, no gold, no oil.That is why it is important,vitally important,to attract foreign investment.
Impact language • Use short, simple, colourful words • Use intensifiers for emphasis • Use repetition • Use questions • Get specific – use examples & numbers • Stress what’s important • Compare and contrast • Avoid softeners, use positive words
Handling Difficult People Internal Factors External Factors• Their relation to the • Your performance in subject delivering the• Their interest in the presentation subject • The body of the• Their relation with you presentation• Their physical status on • The environment the presentation day setting • Distractions
The Audience Trends1. “Tank” 4. “Know-it-All” Confrontational, pointed & angry Has a low tolerance for The ultimate in pushy correction and contradiction behavior 5. “Think-They-Know-It-All”2. “Sniper” Attempt to fool some or all Rude comments, biting of the people most of the sarcasm time Attempts to make you look foolish Really an attempt to get3. “Grenade” attention After initial calm, explodes into uncontrolled ranting & raving
The Audience Trends6. “Yes Person” 9. “NO Person” Say “yes” without thinking Able to defeat big ideas with things through a single syllable An attempt to please people Deadly to morale and avoid confrontation7. “Maybe Person” 10. “Whiner” Procrastinates in hope that a Feel overwhelmed by an better choice will present unfair world itself Misery loves company and they bring their problems to you8. “Nothing Person” No verbal feedback No non-verbal feedback Nothing