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Another 3 NLP Techniques to Improve your next Presentation - YouncK

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Use these 3 simple, actionable and repeatable NLP techniques to improve your next presentation or next public speaking event. 3 Concrete techniques to start using immediately.
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Another 3 NLP Techniques to Improve your next Presentation - YouncK

  1. 1. Another 3 NLP Techniques to Improve your next Presentation! Part 2/3 Adjusted for SlideShare Simple Actionable Repeatable
  2. 2. Your old brain is there for your survival. It controls e.g. your blood pressure, balance and adrenaline You can’t suppress certain things:  Danger  Food & drinks  The word ‘Free’  Sex  Your name … and the word “You” 1. Start with You-Phrasing
  3. 3. 1. Start with You-Phrasing Common phrases: “Our company allows you to ...” “We need to be able to ...” “What if I could show the ...” Do you feel the difference: “You need to be able to ...” “What you can do is ...” “Today, you’ll see, how ...” You-Phrasing transfers ownership!
  4. 4. The # of times You or Your is used in the first slide deck: 1. Start with You-Phrasing You-Phrasing transfers ownership!
  5. 5. The # 1 Predictor for success in business and upward potential 'How much you enjoy public speaking and how effective you are at it' - Study Stanford University & AT&T -
  6. 6. 2. Captivate their Attention First! Hello, Welcome, Good afternoon. Then... captivate their attention first! Before you even mention your name or company name So before your opening, that includes who you are, what you do & why you are there
  7. 7. 2. Captivate their Attention First! Hello, Welcome, Good afternoon. Then... captivate their attention first! Why? Without ATTENTION they won’t remember anything!
  8. 8. 2. Captivate their Attention First! Ask them a relevant question  Did you know that ..?  What if you could ..?  Have you seen ..? You can include e.g. a quote, article or image on the screen Tell them a relevant story  Just begin your story  The old brain can’t resist - irrelevant stories included  Don’t say: “Let me tell you a story ...”
  9. 9. 2. Captivate their Attention First! Show them 3 numbers  “You might be wondering what these numbers represent ...”  It’s to captivate attention and support a point. Keep it short!  Explain the numbers, add narrative, use color & $ymbols  Show or tell them 3 words  “What do these 3 words have in common?”  What they have in common supports your 1st/main message  They think = attention! Now answer the 3 questions to make them feel safe
  10. 10. WHY? For your audience to better Follow Remember Understand your story - message - presentation 3. Use Anchoring Remember Pavlov’s dog? Stimulus - Response
  11. 11. 3. Use Anchoring – Move with Purpose! Spatial Anchoring: to support Timeline or Important points O O O O Timeline Make Important points at different locations on stage - Stage - - Audience - 1 - Past 2 - Present 3 - Future Talk on the left e.g. about: Me/us/the company Positive benefits Content/facts Cause -> Effect Talk on the right e.g. about: You/them/the competition Negative disadvantages Tell a story Action -> result
  12. 12. 3. Use Anchoring Visual Anchoring: to support guidance or a message Use the Rule of Three Nr.1 Fear: To not look foolish Use Anchoring Start with You-Phrasing Captivate their attention first The importance of Presentation skills
  13. 13. 3. Use Anchoring Auditory Anchoring: to support your spoken message Use your  Tagline  Catchphrase  Call 2 action repetitively - e.g. “That’s what we mean with ... <catchphrase>” Repeat it during your closing argument: ”If there is 1 thing I want you to take away from this presentation, then it is: <tagline> Thank you!”
  14. 14. Take Action Now! Now YOU can take 3 actions: 1. Adjust your next presentation  Your visuals/content/messages  Your skills (e.g. opening – bodylanguage – closing)  Your audience management 2. Let’s connect on Linkedin. Your invite & feedback are welcome 3. You are welcome to invite me to deliver your next training/workshop/speech or coaching session
  15. 15. Part 2/3 YouncK Improve your Presentation skills! Maurice Hellemons Email: maurice@younck.com Call: +31(0)6-4618.9163 nl.linkedin.com/in/MauriceHellemons Another 3 NLP Techniques to Improve your next Presentation!
  16. 16. Part 2/3 YouncK Improve your Presentation skills! Maurice Hellemons Email: maurice@younck.com Call: +31(0)6-4618.9163 nl.linkedin.com/in/MauriceHellemons Another 3 NLP Techniques to Improve your next Presentation!

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