Presentation Tips - Timing your Presentation

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The first in a series of tips for improving your presentation skills, including structure, slide design, and delivery.

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Presentation Tips - Timing your Presentation

  1. Successful Presentations: Beat the Clock
  2. Your presentation has run 5 minutes over time.
  3. Is the audience listening?
  4. I’ll take that as a no.
  5. So how do you keep their attention?
  6. Stay within your allotted time.
  7. C’mon! Give me some real tips! Stay within your allotted time.
  8. 1. How much time do you have to speak?
  9. 1400 – 15 00 The Econ omics of Room: J1 Widgets 00 Session C hair: Rog er Rabbit Check the A game t Never Ne heoretic ver Land analysis o f widgets conference Captain H ook in materials for The patte rn of illeg consumpt al widget ion under functions quasi-line timing Jean-Luc Picard ar utility guidelines. A dynami widget co c model o f inequal itie nsumptio 2006 n in Lillip s in u t , 19 9 4 - Jonathan Swift
  10. 1400 – 15 00 The Econ omics of Room: J1 Widgets 00 Session C hair: Rog er Rabbit A game t heoretic Never Ne analysis o f widgets So I’ve got ver Land in Captain H ook about 18 mins The patte rn of illeg consumpt al widget ion under functions quasi-line including Q&A! Jean-Luc Picard ar utility A dynami c model o widget co f inequal nsumptio itie 2006 n in Lillip s in u t , 19 9 4 - Jonathan Swift
  11. Or contact the organizers if timing information is unavailable.
  12. 2. If there is no Q&A, speak for no more than 95% of your allotted time.
  13. 3. If there is a Q&A, aim for no more than 75% of the allotted time.
  14. 4. Practice with a timer.
  15. 5. Practice with a timer.
  16. And if you didn’t catch that last point…
  17. 6. Practice with a timer.
  18. 7. If you run over time during practice, cut or shorten material where possible.
  19. Thanks for reading and Good luck!
  20. Marin Gemmill-Toyama http://www.linkedin.com/in/maringemmilltoyama
  21. Photo credits Slide 1: Hourglass, http://www.sxc.hu/photo/950850 Slide 2: Clock, http://www.sxc.hu/photo/1089143 Slide 4: Dog, http://www.sxc.hu/photo/594476 Slide 6: Smiling man, http://www.sxc.hu/photo/30866 Slide 12: Phone booth, http://www.sxc.hu/browse.phtml?f=view&id=823262 Slide 15, 16, 18: Stopwatch, http://www.sxc.hu/photo/256328 Slide 19: Scissors, http://www.sxc.hu/photo/952730 Slide 20: Handshake, http://www.sxc.hu/photo/911615

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