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Top Tips for Effective Presentations

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Do you have an important message but can’t get it across?
Do you suffer from presentation nerves? Do you enjoy public
speaking but want new and innovative approaches? This
session will provide you with tips for creating an effective
presentation that will connect with your audience and keep
them interested until your last word. Learn how to tell a
story and end with a call to action.

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Top Tips for Effective Presentations

  1. 1. PDG Jennifer Scott PDG Ian Scott Top Tips for Effective Presentations
  2. 2. A Good Presentation •Story Telling •Message •Structure •Elements •Aids •Preparation
  3. 3. What Makes a Story? •Content •Delivery •Effectiveness
  4. 4. Message • What is your message? • Who is your audience? • What are their expectations? • What is your call to action?
  5. 5. Rotary’s Essence JOIN LEADERS EXCHANGE IDEAS TAKE ACTION Connect with leaders from all continents, cultures and occupations Discover and celebrate diverse perspectives Create positive change in our communities
  6. 6. Structure
  7. 7. Elements •Voice •Appearance •Body language •Oral language •Eye contact •Personality
  8. 8. Aids • Start with a story • Power point • Microphone • Lectern • Platform • Humour - will it work? • Handouts – best at the end
  9. 9. Good PowerPoint • 5-7 lines at most • 5-7 words at most • Text three colors only • Avoid mixing • No fancy transitions – flashing, blinking etc • Never read from the slide
  10. 10. A graphic is the best! Photo Monika Lozinska © Rotary International
  11. 11. Open Grants • Grant Number • Grant Title • Status • GG1523926 • International Workshop on Improving Management of Diabetes in Turkey, South Asia, and Africa • Approved • GG1531500 • Water & Sanitation • Draft • GG1531120 • SAVE OUR SCHOOLS ONGOLE • Authorizations Required • GG1529867 • Remexio Timor Leste Renovation Birth Friendly Facility • Submitted • GG1527880 • Gamalahke Literacy Project • Authorizations Required • GG1527246 • HPV [ Cervical Cancer ]Vaccination of Girls In Port Moresby Papua New Guinea • Submitted • GG1526547 • Remexio Timor Leste Renovation Birth Friendly Facility • Draft • GG1526287 • Drilling well and construction of latrines (sanitation) to Menkao in D.R. Congo • Draft • GG1526183 • Australia to Samoa Interplast VTT Paid Grants • Grant Number • Grant Title • Status • Payment Status • Report Due Date (dd/mm/yyyy) • GG1525273 • Upgrade Bo Children's Hospital, Sierra Leone • Approved • Paid • 25/02/2016 • GG1524936 • Water and Sanitation Project in Nalerigu, Ghana • Approved • Paid • GG1421077 • Typhoon Haiyan Survivors Fishing Boats Livelihood Project • Approved • Paid • 30/04/2016 • GG1420717 • Cleft Lip and Palate Surgery Project • Approved • Partially Paid • 31/05/2015
  12. 12. Open Grants • Grant Number • Grant Title • Status • GG1523926 • International Workshop on Improving Management of Diabetes in Turkey, South Asia, and Africa • Approved • GG1531500 • Water & Sanitation • Draft • GG1531120 • SAVE OUR SCHOOLS ONGOLE • Authorizations Required • GG1529867 • Remexio Timor Leste Renovation Birth Friendly Facility • Submitted • GG1527880 • Gamalahke Literacy Project • Authorizations Required • GG1527246 • HPV [ Cervical Cancer ]Vaccination of Girls In Port Moresby Papua New Guinea • Submitted • GG1526547 • Remexio Timor Leste Renovation Birth Friendly Facility • Draft • GG1526287 • Drilling well and construction of latrines (sanitation) to Menkao in D.R. Congo • Draft • GG1526183 • Australia to Samoa Interplast VTT Paid Grants • Grant Number • Grant Title • Status • Payment Status • Report Due Date (dd/mm/yyyy) • GG1525273 • Upgrade Bo Children's Hospital, Sierra Leone • Approved • Paid • 25/02/2016 • GG1524936 • Water and Sanitation Project in Nalerigu, Ghana • Approved • Paid • GG1421077 • Typhoon Haiyan Survivors Fishing Boats Livelihood Project • Approved • Paid • 30/04/2016 • GG1420717 • Cleft Lip and Palate Surgery Project • Approved • Partially Paid • 31/05/2015 • GG1420083 • Developing Sustainability in Villages in Oecusse
  13. 13. Open Grants • 6 Water and sanitation • 2 Disease prevention and control • 2 Disease prevention and control VTTs • 3 Maternal and Child Health • 2 Literacy projects Paid Grants • 2 Water and sanitation • 1 Disease prevention and control • 1 Maternal and Child Health • 1 Economic Development • 2 Literacy projects • 1 Scholarship What is your point? - Do a summary!!!!
  14. 14. Preparation • Practise • Timing • Planning • AV
  15. 15. The Club Meeting • Agenda • Coordination • Timing • AV/Sound • Your Role
  16. 16. Summary •Be yourself •Be an ambassador for Rotary •Be enthusiastic •Be prepared
  17. 17. Questions?
  18. 18. This presentation and others from throughout the convention are available through the convention mobile app and on SlideShare at www.SlideShare.net/Rotary_International.

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