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The presentation of your lifetime starts from knowing your audience

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This is the first lesson of the Presentation Structure module created by Presentation Hero Academy. Enjoy this proven technique to better begin all your presentation efforts for free. If you like what you see consider heading over to http://preshero.co/ and buying one of the courses you find there. You will allow me to create more and more content like this one.

Summary:
‣ Change your perspective.
‣ Investigate your audience or create some personas.
‣ Understand the wants, goals, stakes, and reasons.
‣ Reconcile them with yours.
‣ And look at your material with their eyes.

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The presentation of your lifetime starts from knowing your audience

  1. KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE
  2. Presents KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE
  3. This presentation belongs to the Presentation Hero Training course. To access the rest of the content signup at preshero.co Before we start, you can download this lesson at preshero.co/audience
  4. Your presentation is from you but it’s for your audience
  5. do you know your audience? ? ? ? ?? ?
  6. How do you research them? ? ? ? ?? ?
  7. Small group Get investigative
  8. Where? Online... Company website & culture http:// SlideShare Company blog Articles in the press
  9. ...or through Social media (but don’t be creepy) twitter Linkedin ✔ ✔
  10. facebook Instagram ...or through Social media (but don’t be creepy)
  11. Big group Develop Personas
  12. Imagine the type of individuals in the audience
  13. Example: a business conference attended by
  14. marketing sales Example: a business conference attended by
  15. 2 PERSONAS Example: a business conference attended by
  16. Pamela Jim Give these personas a name
  17. Give them a back story
  18. Give them a personality (they will need to speak later)
  19. Now imagine that you were one of these audience members or personas
  20. New perspective
  21. New perspective
  22. Put yourself in their shoes
  23. Other people's shoes are not easy to wear.
  24. evaluate you get inspired get informed evaluate your idea Your Audience has wants
  25. grow their business advance their career be more skilled Your Audience has their own life goals
  26. Their growth - personal or professional - could be at stake. Your Audience has stakes
  27. Your Audience has reasons ? they happened there they chose to be there someone sent them
  28. WANTS GOALS ? REASONSSTAKES You also have
  29. Write them down. How?
  30. AS AN AUDIENCE MEMBER I WANT --------------------- --------------------- --------------------- ---------------------
  31. AS AN AUDIENCE MEMBER MY GOALS ARE --------------------- --------------------- --------------------- ---------------------
  32. AS AN AUDIENCE MEMBER MY STAKES ARE IN --------------------- --------------------- --------------------- ---------------------
  33. AS AN AUDIENCE MEMBER I AM ATTENDING BECAUSE: --------------------- --------------------- --------------------- ?
  34. PAM JIMRUDYANNA JEFF RITAMIKE SONIA Do this for all the people or personas that will be in the room with you
  35. ? WANTS GOALS STAKES REASONS Then list your
  36. ? AUDIENCE ----------------- ------------------- --------------- ------------------- ------------------ -------------- ---------------- ------------------ ----------------- ------------------ ---------------- ------------------- ? YOU ----------------- ------------------- --------------- ------------------- ------------------ -------------- ---------------- ------------------ ----------------- ------------------ ---------------- -------------------
  37. Reconcile the two lists
  38. Create a presentation that meets the wants and goals of your audience. And yours at the same time.
  39. If no goal or want match, give priority to your audience over your goals.
  40. Create benefits in the areas that are at stake for you and your audience.
  41. OUTCOME Be clear about the reasons behind your own presentation. What is your desired outcome?
  42. Now to the hard stuff
  43. <------------------ eventuale box ------------------> <------------ contenuto ------------> testo allineato a dx <- icona -> 250 px Lay out your material and look at it with the eyes of your audience.
  44. Read out your notes and listen to them with the ears of your audience
  45. How will your audience feel about your language?
  46. How will your audience feel about your visuals?
  47. How will your audience feel about the overall style of the presentation?
  48. BOOM
  49. Now, if you have been honest there should not be even one part of your presentation left standing.
  50. This process changes everything.
  51. To summarise 1. change your perspective 2. investigate your audience or create personas 3. understand wants, goals, stakes & reasons 4. reconcile them with yours 5. look at your material with their eyes
  52. Did you enjoy this first lession? There are 9 more only in this module, as well as many more modules of the most innovative and effective presentation training system waiting for you at preshero.co Do you want to keep this lesson on your device? Click below to download it! preshero.co/audience
  53. PHOTOS - Creative Commons – Attribution (CC BY 2.0) To-do-list by John Schultz on Flickr Programmeren by Waag Society on Flickr NASA Goddard Summer Interns 2011 by NASA on Flickr Workshop Gamestorming by Sebastiaan ter Burg on Flickr Notebook by Kelly Sikkema on Flickr Hard Work by Mad Wraith on Flickr Listening to Music on the Train by David Goehring on Flickr Earth Day Presentation by NASA on Flickr ICONS - Creative Commons – Attribution (CC BY 3.0) Crowd designed by Alex Kwa from the Noun Project Present designed by Bruno Gätjens González from the Noun Project Target designed by Edward Boatman from the Noun Project Investment designed by gilbert bages from the Noun Project Calibrate designed by David Waschbüsch from the Noun Project Projection Screen designed by Garrett Knoll from the Noun Project Frame designed by irene hoffman from the Noun Project Transform designed by Daniel Hug from the Noun Project Independent designed by Griffin Mullins from the Noun Project CREDITS Picture designed by Chris Clausen from the Noun Project Compass designed by Jens Windolf from the Noun Project Compass Rose designed by Proletkult Graphik from the Noun Project Book designed by Edward Boatman from the Noun Project PHOTOS - Public Domain Sherlock Holmes from Anglotopia Drawing made easy, p. 83 by Edwin George Lutz on Flickr Creative Commons (CC0 License) Gum on Gratisography

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