Effective Public Speaking
RAHUL PRATAP SINGH KAURAV
Three Types of Public
Speaking

2

1. Speeches that inform
•
•
•
•
•

Explain
Report
Describe
Clarify
Define
3

2. Speeches that persuade
Designed to convince
or influence beliefs
or attitudes
4

3. Speeches that entertain

Use humour to influence an
audience
Goal: to warm audience up
Know Your Audience

5
6

Make up of Audience


Superiors



Peers



Team members



Special interest groups



Mixed groups
7

Time to Outline


Gather materials



Examples



Statistics



Testimony
8

Three things you do during the
intro.


Get attention



Startle the audience with an
arresting statement



Arouse ...
The Conclusion

Two Purposes



Let the audience
know you are ending
Reinforce central
idea

9
Tips for using visual aids:



Avoid chalkboards



Prepare visuals in advance



Display them to be seen



Avoid pas...
Tips for using visual
aids(cont):

11



Talk to audience, not
visual aid



Practice with visual aid
Body language

12



Verbals

7%



Tone of Voice
38%



Non Verbals
55%
Eye Contact

13

Speaker
Section 1

Section 2

Section 3

The speaker has three major sections to make eye contact with

S...
14

Practice!
Practice!
Practice!


Prepare speaking outline



Practice aloud



Polish & refine delivery



Present ...
Points to Remember

15



Check facts for accuracy



Adapt remarks to occasion



Adapt remarks to audience



Create...
Room Setting
16
Speaker

Audience members should be able to easily see the speaker and visual aids the
speaker presents.

...
17

Conference Style

Visual
display

Leader

Refreshments/
displays
18

U-Shaped Style
Visual display

Leader

Circle Style19
Pod Style

Visual
display

Leader

Refreshments/
displays

20
Guidelines for appropriate
dress










Avoid that wrinkle
Dress traditionally
Wear a dress or business suit
Em...
Using a podium
 Do

not put hands on it

 Do

not lean on it

 Check

podium height

22


You can reduce stage fright
23
by
Preparation & rehearsing



Deep breathing



Mind Control

12%

10%

75%
Tips for overcoming fear


Pick your own subject matter



Put on a happy face



Think positively



Picture your aud...
@@@ Thank You !!!

Any
Questions?

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Public speaking: Guide for beginners

  1. 1. Effective Public Speaking RAHUL PRATAP SINGH KAURAV
  2. 2. Three Types of Public Speaking 2 1. Speeches that inform • • • • • Explain Report Describe Clarify Define
  3. 3. 3 2. Speeches that persuade Designed to convince or influence beliefs or attitudes
  4. 4. 4 3. Speeches that entertain Use humour to influence an audience Goal: to warm audience up
  5. 5. Know Your Audience 5
  6. 6. 6 Make up of Audience  Superiors  Peers  Team members  Special interest groups  Mixed groups
  7. 7. 7 Time to Outline  Gather materials  Examples  Statistics  Testimony
  8. 8. 8 Three things you do during the intro.  Get attention  Startle the audience with an arresting statement  Arouse curiosity
  9. 9. The Conclusion Two Purposes   Let the audience know you are ending Reinforce central idea 9
  10. 10. Tips for using visual aids:  Avoid chalkboards  Prepare visuals in advance  Display them to be seen  Avoid passing aid among audience 10
  11. 11. Tips for using visual aids(cont): 11  Talk to audience, not visual aid  Practice with visual aid
  12. 12. Body language 12  Verbals 7%  Tone of Voice 38%  Non Verbals 55%
  13. 13. Eye Contact 13 Speaker Section 1 Section 2 Section 3 The speaker has three major sections to make eye contact with Speaker Section 1 Section 5 Section 2 Section 3 Section 4 Audience The larger the audience, the more sections you need to establish for effective eye contact
  14. 14. 14 Practice! Practice! Practice!  Prepare speaking outline  Practice aloud  Polish & refine delivery  Present under similar conditions
  15. 15. Points to Remember 15  Check facts for accuracy  Adapt remarks to occasion  Adapt remarks to audience  Create a sense of anticipation
  16. 16. Room Setting 16 Speaker Audience members should be able to easily see the speaker and visual aids the speaker presents. Podium Audience Audience Audience Audience Audience
  17. 17. 17 Conference Style Visual display Leader Refreshments/ displays
  18. 18. 18 U-Shaped Style
  19. 19. Visual display Leader Circle Style19
  20. 20. Pod Style Visual display Leader Refreshments/ displays 20
  21. 21. Guidelines for appropriate dress         Avoid that wrinkle Dress traditionally Wear a dress or business suit Empty pockets Leave hand bag at your seat Use of colour Tailored look gives more authority Choose comfortable shoes 21
  22. 22. Using a podium  Do not put hands on it  Do not lean on it  Check podium height 22
  23. 23.  You can reduce stage fright 23 by Preparation & rehearsing  Deep breathing  Mind Control 12% 10% 75%
  24. 24. Tips for overcoming fear  Pick your own subject matter  Put on a happy face  Think positively  Picture your audience as friendly 24
  25. 25. @@@ Thank You !!! Any Questions? 25

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