PUBLIC SPEAKING Presented By: Lokesh Kumar Dept. of IT, ASET Amity University, Noida
WHAT IS PUBLIC SPEAKING ?Public speaking is the process of speaking to a groupof people in a structured, deliberate manner intended toinform, influence, or entertain the listeners.
BASIC ELEMENTS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING• WHO• WHAT• WHOM• MEDIUM• EFFECTSExpressed as "who is saying what to whom using what medium withwhat effects?"
FEARS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING3. Death2. Snakes1. Public Speaking“The fear of public speaking-is the No. 1 rated fear in America”
TYPES OF FEAR (PROBLEMS) “We have a fear of beinglaughed at, a fear of making a mistake,the fear of being vulnerable” Ha Ha!! “ We get butterflies inside Ha Ha!! Ha Ha!! our Stomach” Like Sitting in a flight while it is taking off or landing
PROBLEMS (CONTD.)• Your palms sweat.• Your hands shake.• Your knees also shake and you feel as if your legs are about to collapse.• Your heart beats much faster than normal.
OVERCOMING PUBLIC SPEAKING ANXIETY (CONTD.)• Acknowledge Your Fear• Act Confident• Visualize Your Success• Use Deep-breathing Techniques
OVERCOMING PUBLIC SPEAKING ANXIETY (CONTD.)• Focus on Message, not Fear• Simulate Setting at Home• Ask Friends to Be Practice Audience
ASPECTS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING Clear- Avoid Jargons!!Logical- Do not burden with irrelevant data Objective- Only pertinentinformation, Limitations, Recommendations
ASPECTS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING (CONTD.)• Speech Preparation Use Visual Aids Make them visible Keep them simple Make them colorful - Tables, Graphs Don’t use too few or too many
ASPECTS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING (CONTD.)3Ps of Public speaking:PracticePractice &Practice
ASPECTS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING (CONTD.)4Ps of Presentation!!“Proper Practice will make a Perfect Presentation”
ASPECTS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING (CONTD.)P racti ce Ta kes Yo u Fr om T hi s To T hi s
THINGS YOU SHOULDN’T DO• Read directly from notes• Read directly from screen• Turn back on audience• Slouch, hands in pockets• No um, ah, you know’s• No nervous gestures• Talk too fast,• Talk too quietly
THINGS YOU SHOULD DO• Eye contact• Can glance at notes• Appropriate gestures• Rhetorical questions to involve audience
KEY TIPS• Research the topic• Focus• Organise ideas logically• Quotations, facts, and statistics• Metaphors• Tell a Story
KEY TIPS (CONTD.)• Start strong and close stronger• Incorporate humour• Vary vocal pace, tone, and volume• Utilize 3-dimensional space• Interact with the audience
KEY TIPS (CONTD.)• Obey time constraints• Conduct a Q&A session• Be yourself and Smile