Fsd Getting Your Point Across Pdg


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Fsd Getting Your Point Across Pdg

  1. 1. Getting yourpoint across 23rd November 2011
  2. 2. Match the name of the Fear with the descriptionNovercaphobia Fear of kneesEuphobia Fear of clownsGamophobia Fear of your stepmotherRhytiphobia Fear of being scratchedGenuphobia Fear of marriageAmychophobia Fear of hearing good newsChionophobia Fear of darknessMyctophobia Fear of snowCoulrophobia Fear of getting wrinkles
  3. 3. Match the name of the Fear with the description. The Answers… Novercaphobia Fear of your stepmother Euphobia Fear of hearing good news Gamophobia Fear of marriage Rhytiphobia Fear of getting wrinkles Genuphobia Fear of knees Amychophobia Fear of being scratched Chionophobia Fear of snow Myctophobia Fear of darkness Coulrophobia Fear of clowns
  4. 4. Top 10 fears 2. Heights 3. Insects/bugs/spiders 4. Lack of money 5. Deep water 6. Sickness 7. Death 8. Flying 9. Loneliness10. Dogs
  5. 5. Top 10 fears Number 1personal fear? Publicspeaking !
  6. 6. Fear of public speaking ?Glossophobia
  7. 7. Reasons for fear The situation The audience The speakerThe presentation
  8. 8. Ten reasons for Becoming an Effective Communicator/Presenter1. Those who refuse opportunities to speak may be judged as less competent in their role.2. If seen to avoid it, thought of as less assertive.3. Perceived as being more confident.4. Those sought out as presenters are consistently ranked as ‘professional’5. Experience less stress doing it.
  9. 9. Ten reasons for Becoming an Effective Communicator/Presenter6. Enhanced perception amongst their peers.7. Seen as a leader within a group.8. Better able to inspire and motivate others.9. Advance more quickly in their careers10. Its an essential ‘life’ skill.
  10. 10. Some Facts You Need To Remember1. You are not unique in your fear of public speaking2. A certain mount of stage fright is useful !3. Many professional speakers never completely lose all their nerves4. The chief cause of your fear is simply that you are unaccustomed to doing it !
  11. 11. What is it about boring speakers?
  12. 12. Outstanding communicators
  13. 13. Outstanding communicators 4 Key Factors1. Are Brave2. Prepare effectively3. Use all their resources
  14. 14. Impact of Message he henn Verbal W uentt W r uen 7 % Dr. Albert Mehrabian, gr on g UCLA Professor c on 10 year study of non-IIn c n verbal communication 55 % 38 %Visual Vocal
  15. 15. Outstanding Presenters 4 Key Factors1. Are Brave2. Prepare Effectively3. Use all their Resources4. Evaluate
  16. 16. Left/Right Brain Communication High Analyticals OratorsLogic Planks Showmen Low High Emotion
  17. 17. 12 ways to improve your presentation skills1. Know your audience–do your homework.2. Talk in terms of their interests.3. Don’t write out your presentation, throw away the script.4. Don’t attempt to memorise a presentation word for word.5. Know more about your subject than you need to.
  18. 18. 12 ways to improve your presentation skills6. Prepare and rehearse a powerful opening and close.7. Remember the ABC and XYZ of presenting.8. Be yourself–pretend you are talking to your friends and don’t strive for perfection–the audience will forgive mistakes.9. Don’t over do the power-point slides.
  19. 19. 12 ways to improve your presentation skills10. Remember the three E’s: • Earned the right, be Eager to share, get Excited about the topic10. Control “butterflies” by: • Taking deep breaths, stretching, and doing some physical activity • Giving yourself a pep talk • Visualise giving a successful presentation12. Remember they’ve never been before so won’t know if you miss something out!
  20. 20. Lets have a go !• Why I like my job• The best holiday I have had• My favorite pastime• Things that make me happy
  21. 21. Insecure Versus Confident Gestures X Arms crossed  Feet shoulder width apart X Head down  Arms uncrossed X Shoulders hunched  Palms open X Head tilted  Head straight X Mouth turned  Chin up down  Eye contact  Smile
  22. 22. The Conversation Incident•Details•Who, what, where, when•Examples•Dialogue
  23. 23. Who’s first ?
  24. 24. Match the person with the fear: Napoleon Bonaparte Fear of cats Howard Hughes Fear of germs Donald Trump Fear of shaking hands Queen Elizabeth I Fear of flowers Andre Agassi Fear of spiders Edgar Allan Poe Fear of small spaces Aretha Franklin Fear of flying Sigmund Freud Fear of open spaces
  25. 25. Match the person with the fear:Napoleon Bonaparte Fear of germs Howard Hughes Fear of small spaces Donald Trump Fear of flying Queen Elizabeth I Fear of open spaces Andre Agassi Fear of cats Edgar Allan Poe Fear of shaking hands Aretha Franklin Fear of flowers Sigmund Freud Fear of spiders
  26. 26. Match the person with the fear: Fear of public speaking ? Not You !!!
  27. 27. Getting yourpoint across 23rd November 2011