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How To Deliver a Presentation?


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This presentation was delivered at a Product Management Meetup. Presenting is the cornerstone of what Product Managers do. It is important to develop your own presenting style so that your message or ideas are understood and shared.

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How To Deliver a Presentation?

  1. 1. Tips For A Better Presentation Version 2.0 | July 20 2016
  2. 2. Why Are You Here Today?
  3. 3. The Experts Say…. Know your audience Begin with the end in mind Tell a story Less is more Don’t read Slow down Practice, practice, practice 3
  4. 4. A Typical Structure SOAPBOX Subject: Topic Occasion: When & where are you presenting? Audience: Who are you presenting to? Purpose: What are your goals? Before: What legwork do you need to do? Object Handling: What are the key objections? Execute: How do you deliver something compelling? 4
  5. 5. A Good Resource
  6. 6. Why Am I Talking To You? I present several times every week. I was shit when I started. I found my own way. 6
  7. 7. Adrienne’s Learnings A presentation is not a document or a report. Powerpoint should not be your first stop. People lose interest if you don’t invest in yourself personally.
  8. 8. Before the presentation: Work out my angle I plan in my head Write out presentation Find ‘the’ story Quick review A trigger for each slide During the presentation: Stand when presenting Make eye contact 8 What’s My Style?
  9. 9. What’s Your Style?
  10. 10. Looking Forward To Hearing Your Talk @ Product Camp
  11. 11. About Brainmates Trainers, Facilitators & Consultants Practitioners of Design Thinking, Agile and Lean Experienced Product Designers and Developers 12 Years in Business Clients include Lend Lease, Northcott, Foxtel, BT Financial, Caltex, Bpay, Prospa, SBS and many more