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Strategies for Developing
Effective Presentation
Skills
MD. KHAIRUL ALAM
P17
What is a Presentation?
A presentation is a means of communication which can be
adapted to various speaking situations, su...
Points to be covered
Plan
◦ Research
◦ Audience
◦ Time Management
◦ Use of Technology
◦ Structure of Presentation
◦ Practi...
Plan Your Presentation
Research
• Hit the Internet and library and talk to experts to get
a better idea of your subject
• The more research you d...
Audience
• Who are they?
• What might interest them?
Time Management
• Plan for time limit
Use of Technology
• Music
• Animation
• Graph
• Chart
Structure of Presentation
• Introduction
• Body
• Conclusion
Practice
• Mirror
• Shower
• Close friends
• Family Members
• DO NOT MEMORIZE
Present with Confidence
Relax
• Take a breather
• Arrive early
• Aim is connection than perfection
• Drink a glass of water before presentation
Confidence
• Keep your head high and your spine straight
• Use your hands occasionally to gesture for emphasis
• Be able t...
Strong Opening
• Start with related fact or engaging
anecdote
Fluent
• Speak clearly, slowly and loudly
Specific
• One or two carefully-chosen facts or statistics
• A story or a statistic can be an effective
Power of ‘You’
• The word you is crucial to connecting to your audience during a
presentation
Be Human
• Connect through your emotions
Important Points
• Repeat your important points
Q & A session
• Consider making time for a Q & A
• You should give a time limit for questions
• Make sure you have a concl...
Finish Strong
• End your presentation on a solid note
• Stay confident up until the very end
Going Extra Mile
Get Feedback
Get Inspired
Join a Group
Public Speaking Course
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Strategies for Developing Effective Presentation Skills

  1. 1. Strategies for Developing Effective Presentation Skills MD. KHAIRUL ALAM P17
  2. 2. What is a Presentation? A presentation is a means of communication which can be adapted to various speaking situations, such as talking to a group, addressing a meeting or briefing a team. To be effective, step-by-step preparation and the method and means of presenting the information should be carefully considered.
  3. 3. Points to be covered Plan ◦ Research ◦ Audience ◦ Time Management ◦ Use of Technology ◦ Structure of Presentation ◦ Practice Present with Confidence ◦ Relax ◦ Confidence ◦ Strong Opening ◦ Fluent ◦ Specific ◦ Power of ‘you’ ◦ Be Human ◦ Important Points ◦ Q&A session ◦ Finish Strong Going Extra Mile ◦ Get Feedback ◦ Get Inspiration ◦ Join a Group ◦ Public Speaking Course
  4. 4. Plan Your Presentation
  5. 5. Research • Hit the Internet and library and talk to experts to get a better idea of your subject • The more research you do, the more confident you'll be about giving your presentation.
  6. 6. Audience • Who are they? • What might interest them?
  7. 7. Time Management • Plan for time limit
  8. 8. Use of Technology • Music • Animation • Graph • Chart
  9. 9. Structure of Presentation • Introduction • Body • Conclusion
  10. 10. Practice • Mirror • Shower • Close friends • Family Members • DO NOT MEMORIZE
  11. 11. Present with Confidence
  12. 12. Relax • Take a breather • Arrive early • Aim is connection than perfection • Drink a glass of water before presentation
  13. 13. Confidence • Keep your head high and your spine straight • Use your hands occasionally to gesture for emphasis • Be able to laugh at yourself • Use forceful words and speak as if everything you say is a fact
  14. 14. Strong Opening • Start with related fact or engaging anecdote
  15. 15. Fluent • Speak clearly, slowly and loudly
  16. 16. Specific • One or two carefully-chosen facts or statistics • A story or a statistic can be an effective
  17. 17. Power of ‘You’ • The word you is crucial to connecting to your audience during a presentation
  18. 18. Be Human • Connect through your emotions
  19. 19. Important Points • Repeat your important points
  20. 20. Q & A session • Consider making time for a Q & A • You should give a time limit for questions • Make sure you have a conclusion after the question session
  21. 21. Finish Strong • End your presentation on a solid note • Stay confident up until the very end
  22. 22. Going Extra Mile
  23. 23. Get Feedback
  24. 24. Get Inspired
  25. 25. Join a Group
  26. 26. Public Speaking Course

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