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PRESENTATION SKILL

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PRESENTATION SKILL

  1. 1. Presentation Skill Prepared By: Kinjal Rathod
  2. 2. Presentation skill : Presentation skills basically refer to the ability to communicate in an effective way whether in small or large groups. The process involves explaining and showing the content of either a topic to an audience. Presentation is divide in four part: 1. Introduction 2. Main Body 3. Conclusion 4. Thinking on feet
  3. 3. Points to make presentation successfully: a) Process involved for a successful presentation : 1.Planning:  Assessing needs of audience Presentation Tools: Using different audio visual aids.  Structure - beginning and ending points. Subject competence
  4. 4. 2. Behaviour required while conducting effective presentations: Giving Information Seeking Information Building Summarizing Supporting Testing Understanding
  5. 5. b) Presentation Delivery : Understanding & developing effective behavioural skills: Eye contect facial expression posture gestures Pausing vocal impact visual aids and other skills to eliminate distractions, manage nervousness, project confidence and enhance credibility.
  6. 6. 1.Starting a presentation : How to grab attention of the audience at the start of the presentation How to motivate those who are not interested in sitting through the presentation How can a presenter successfully entice the participants to listen
  7. 7. To enable participants to hear and review their own voice on tape 2.The power of voice : To examine the power of voice when used effectively during a presentation To review some of the techniques to help make the voice more effective
  8. 8. 3.Using nervous energy to your advantage: To understand why people become nervous before giving a presentation To help a presenter lessen and overcome these nerves To experience and practice : how to manage stage fright
  9. 9. 4.Managing difficult audience: manage audience members who display negative body language To provide an opportunity for the participants to receive feedback on how they handle and seek to influence a dissenting audience
  10. 10. 5.Responding to the audience : respond to difficult queries in a constructive manner handle questions from the audience more confidently avoid sounding defensive or aggressive when handling questions
  11. 11. Thank You

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