Presentation SkillsNov 12, 2011    Share the notes taken from Connect Communications                     Presentation Skil...
Content1.   Underlying Principles2.   Structure & Content3.   Visual Aids
Underlying Principles“技巧” vs “技能” Technique Vs Skills
Presentation Aspects1.   Knowledge2.   Preparation3.   Delivery         “Fail to prepare” Vs “Prepare to fail”
Two Aims in Presentation1.   Get message across2.   Get Personality across = Gain TrustTool: video clip; 霍震庭, 奧運馬術  presen...
Presentation Components1.   Pace2.   Pause3.   Eye-contact4.   Body language5.   Energy/Passion
Presentation Components1.   Pace         Rate of words: English presentation, 100          words in a minute         Fas...
Presentation Components1.   Pace2.   Pause          Rate of ideas          Principle #1 “No body can think and listen at...
Presentation Components                              15-16 words “Max”2.   Pause         Technique #2: Eye-scan          ...
Structure & Content1.   Barber Minto – Pyramid (Top-down     approach)2.   Objectives: Crystalise your     thought, up-fro...
Structure & Content1. Model One                   Conclusion & Key(15-16 mins)                       Message              ...
Structure & Content                  Show data, statistics,                         fact Model #2(Not preferred)      Valu...
How to start a presentation?1.   Quote2.   Metaphor/similarities (隱喻)3.   Poems
How to start a presentation?                “Hook”            Situation (S)                             Forceful          ...
Visual AidsWhat are the Do’s & Don’ts ? 1. Tell “then” Show - for complex theory 2. “Just make the cut” 3. Bullet points, ...
8 Golden rules for PublicSpeaking1.   Be conversational – be yourself2.   Build trust first, message second3.   First paus...
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Presentation Skill

  1. 1. Presentation SkillsNov 12, 2011 Share the notes taken from Connect Communications Presentation Skills Instructor: Tony Ngo www.connectcommunication.com
  2. 2. Content1. Underlying Principles2. Structure & Content3. Visual Aids
  3. 3. Underlying Principles“技巧” vs “技能” Technique Vs Skills
  4. 4. Presentation Aspects1. Knowledge2. Preparation3. Delivery  “Fail to prepare” Vs “Prepare to fail”
  5. 5. Two Aims in Presentation1. Get message across2. Get Personality across = Gain TrustTool: video clip; 霍震庭, 奧運馬術 presentationTool#2: prepare script x 3 – role play
  6. 6. Presentation Components1. Pace2. Pause3. Eye-contact4. Body language5. Energy/Passion
  7. 7. Presentation Components1. Pace  Rate of words: English presentation, 100 words in a minute  Fast>slow= energy/passion  If one min (30-40 words) = slow  Tool: Video clip, an Indian reporter (worst reporter) speak to fast on TV  First Pause (purpose: get trust) + 2nd Pause (purpose: get ppl “think”)  The BIGGER the point, “The BIGGER the PAUSE”. 3-4  Pattern: P1 words P2 1 to 2 sec Techinque: BITE
  8. 8. Presentation Components1. Pace2. Pause  Rate of ideas  Principle #1 “No body can think and listen at the same time”.  Technique  Technique#1: BITE  Principle#2 “Conversation are driven by listeners, not speakers.  Tool: use 2 pictures for comparison, picture#1: Boring  Picture#2: Concentration  Review video taking from Students, provide feedbacks.
  9. 9. Presentation Components 15-16 words “Max”2. Pause  Technique #2: Eye-scan P1 P2  Icon leader for Eye-scan, Ronald Regan, the Greater Communicator  Pattern: ??  Tool: 董健華的講稿 (BITE +Eye-scan)  Video Clip: Obama speech; speech AIM: “Change”  When you are presentation, what’s your client want to know?  Obama speech: show “Confident”
  10. 10. Structure & Content1. Barber Minto – Pyramid (Top-down approach)2. Objectives: Crystalise your thought, up-front loading3. Elevator pitch
  11. 11. Structure & Content1. Model One Conclusion & Key(15-16 mins) Message (2-3 mins) Support 1 2 (11-12 mins) 3 Re-cap/Call for Actions (1 mins)
  12. 12. Structure & Content Show data, statistics, fact Model #2(Not preferred) Value Proposition Client “What does it means to YOU?”
  13. 13. How to start a presentation?1. Quote2. Metaphor/similarities (隱喻)3. Poems
  14. 14. How to start a presentation? “Hook” Situation (S) Forceful Computation (C) Direct Question (Q) Influence Answer (A)
  15. 15. Visual AidsWhat are the Do’s & Don’ts ? 1. Tell “then” Show - for complex theory 2. “Just make the cut” 3. Bullet points, show “one-by-one”  Video-clip: Steve Jobs presentation in 1997 “I- phone”  3 mins presentation  “Less is more”
  16. 16. 8 Golden rules for PublicSpeaking1. Be conversational – be yourself2. Build trust first, message second3. First pause. Think before you speak – say what you mean, mean what you say4. Second pause – make it look important, give everyone time to think, to remember5. Engage people with eye contact when you pause6. Keep a lively rate of words – maintain energy and vitality7. Conversations are driven by listeners, not speakers8. No-one can think and listen at the same time“Communication takes place in the mind of the listener, not the speaker.” – Peter Drucker

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