Elevator Speech Planning

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Succeeding in College Class
FHSU
November 2013

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Elevator Speech Planning

  1. 1. Planning your elevator speech
  2. 2. the Elevator Speech Brief, persuasive speech that you use to spark interest 1-2 minutes Planning is key!
  3. 3. Too broad – don’t try to say everything! Too bland Too long Not targeted Focused on you, not your audience
  4. 4. Tell your story….
  5. 5. Mapping your speech Hook Elaboration The Message Beginning, Introduction End, Closure
  6. 6. Identify your Goal Identify what makes you unique Hook Elaboration The Message Beginning, Introduction This is who I am End, Closure
  7. 7. Engage with a question or challenge Use a memorable analogy Hook Elaboration The Message Beginning, Introduction This is where I’ve been End, Closure
  8. 8. Lessons learned Reflecting back Be conversational Hook Elaboration The Message Beginning, Introduction End, Closure This is where I’m going and how I am going to get there…
  9. 9. Wrap it all up Have a call to action Hook Elaboration The Message Beginning, Introduction End, Closure Make sure each step leads the audience through your message
  10. 10. Lead your audience out of your speech…. Call to Action
 Challenge
  11. 11. Rehearse, Rehearse, and Rehearse
  12. 12. This assignment will account for 25 points. Point breakdown for the assignment is as follows: ! Clear statement of goals, hopes, & fears: /3 points Clear statement of actions to accomplish goals /4 points ! Clear statement of successes & challenges /3 points ! Clear statement of lessons learned from class /5 points ! Clear statement of overall reflection about self /4 points ! Clear statement of what you will do in the future /3 points ! Organized & well thought-out presentation /2 points ! Meets the 1-2-minute time limit TOTAL /1 points /25 points
  13. 13. cmgarrety@fhsu.edu

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