Effective presentation skills


Published on

Effective presentation skills

Published in: Career
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Total views
On SlideShare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Effective presentation skills

  1. 1. Effective Presentation Skills
  2. 2. A ThoughtSpeech is the voice of the heart
  3. 3. Did they have their owncharm?
  4. 4. Presentation skills : Talent orSkill?  Presentation skills can be acquired Anybody can be a good speaker  Example Bill Gates
  5. 5. Presentation Components Before the After the During The PresentationPresentation Presentation PASS What to DO Body AIDA Model after the Languages technique Presentation
  6. 6. Before presentation
  7. 7. What is Communication?Communication is the process of sending andreceiving information among people… Sender’s Receiver’s field of field of experience experienceSource Channel Message ReceiverSender Encoding Decoding ResponseFeedback
  8. 8. Critical success factorThe majority of your perceived ability comes from how you communicate Sight Hearing Touch Taste Smell93% of all Communication is non verbal - SKILL
  9. 9. From effective conversation tospeech Overcoming Fear ◦ #1 fear Idea of speech ◦ Know your subject Know the audience ◦ Target their interest Organizing the speech Tell them… Set the stage and tools
  10. 10. PASS ModelPurposeAudienceStructureStyle
  11. 11. Purpose (what Objectives)Awarenessmore detailed for one purpose or objective OrGeneralized not into deep information
  12. 12. Audience Who is the audience ? What are their interests ? How to attract their attention ? How many person will attend the presentation ? What is the audience’s level of knowledge ?
  13. 13. Structure1-Brainstorm Write down all points that come to you about the subject without stopping to analyze them2-Prioritise Select key points The fewer the points & the clearer the direction It easy for the audiences to grasp & retain the message3-Ordering Logical order
  14. 14. Structure4-Outline Introduction Supporting evidence & examples Visual aids Conclusion5-Practise Rehearsals & time management
  15. 15. Structure6-Cue Cue (memory aid)---- small cards which fit into the palm of the hand used to give you: Key words for each top Reminders when to use visual aids Full text of any detailed information
  16. 16. Style  The style of your presentation text delivery contains: - Vocabulary - Format -Tone of communication
  17. 17. Layout How to seat them? U- shapeClass room
  18. 18. Layout (cont’d) How to seat them? TheaterRound Tables
  19. 19. During presentation
  20. 20. Vocal Skills John Kennedy: ◦ “You need to contribute to your country”’ ◦ “Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country”.
  21. 21. Visual Skills  Components of Visual Skills:◦ Eyes.◦ Body.◦ Hands.◦ Face.
  22. 22. Presentation Content Beginning ---- Your introduction Middle ----- Your main points End ----- Your conclusion AIDA technique
  23. 23. AIDA technique POWERFUL opener ttention CLEAR connector nterest MAIN BODY esire POWERFUL close ction
  24. 24. AIDA technique Establish credentials ttention (Me, You, What) Key point Create +ve expectations nterest Paint the future benefits WIFM The facts  3 esire  advantages  benefits Me, You, What ction is required
  25. 25. Opening: Starting Statement“In this country, 1,000 children die fromtraffic related injuries every day.”
  26. 26. Opening: Tell a personal story“ Last week on driving my car in the street I found ……. …”
  27. 27. Opening: Use a quote( Nothing creates a rapport like a smile )
  28. 28. Closing Repeat the objective Summary Call for action
  29. 29. Use last slide Your nameQuestions? Your e-mail address Telephone numberThank you.
  30. 30. After presentation
  31. 31. Listen……and listen while smile
  32. 32. Thank You