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Presentation elevation 1212

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The first set of slides are for a Lessig Style presentation and will mean nothing without me talking....but the images are nice. Enjoy!

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Presentation elevation 1212

  1. 1. Client Name WitheldPresentation Elevation Workshop Michael Weiss, figure18 December 2012
  2. 2. Group Exercise
  3. 3. Who is this guy?And what is he doing here?
  4. 4. Now you know me.
  5. 5. Lessig Method
  6. 6. 1. You2. Them3. How
  7. 7. Style
  8. 8. Casual?
  9. 9. Formal?
  10. 10. Cadence
  11. 11. Fast?
  12. 12. Slow?
  13. 13. Hands
  14. 14. Face
  15. 15. Body
  16. 16. At the 1988 DNCClinton was boo’ed off the stage
  17. 17. Hands To Punctuate
  18. 18. Cadence
  19. 19. Repetition
  20. 20. Passion
  21. 21. Crowd Control
  22. 22. Charisma
  23. 23. A special personal quality or power of anindividual making him or her capable ofinfluencing or inspiring large numbers ofpeople.
  24. 24. Is it innate or can it be learned?
  25. 25. CLTs*(Charismatic Leadership Tactics) * John Antonakis, MarikaFenley, and Sue Liechti
  26. 26. MetaphorIt is obvious today that America has defaulted on thispromissory note insofar as her citizens of color are concerned.Instead of honoring this sacred obligation, America has giventhe Negro people a bad check, a check that has come backmarked insufficient funds.’ – Martin Luther King “I Have A Dream”
  27. 27. Story
  28. 28. Contrast“Ask not what your country can do foryou, but what you can do for yourcountry.” -JFK
  29. 29. Confidence
  30. 30. Group Exercise
  31. 31. 2. The Audience
  32. 32. The human brain not only looksfor the unexpected but actually craves the unexpected * Gregory Berns (2001)
  33. 33. Create Tension
  34. 34. David Gallo
  35. 35. By 1:47 he says “We don’t know much about this planet at all”and then blows them away with imagery
  36. 36. Benjamin Zander
  37. 37. Opens with an analogy
  38. 38. Open with the conclusion
  39. 39. It creates mystery
  40. 40. We unravel a puzzle
  41. 41. The PitchThe Working Session
  42. 42. The Pitch
  43. 43. A proposal is factual and filled with process andbudgets; your pitch is emotional, engaging and inspirational.
  44. 44. You’ve made it to finals1. They Read The Proposal2. They Devoured Your Web Site3. They Know You Can Do The Job
  45. 45. This is not the time to talk about yourself
  46. 46. This is the time to talk about them
  47. 47. This is just another meeting
  48. 48. A Presentation Is Not A Meeting; It’s A Performance
  49. 49. The Working Session
  50. 50. Nancy Duarte
  51. 51. Bio Break
  52. 52. 3. HOW
  53. 53. Storytelling
  54. 54. You don’t have to tell the entire story.
  55. 55. Rule of Three
  56. 56. The 3 Little Pigs Goldilocks & the 3 BearsThe Good, The Bad & The Ugly Stop, Drop & Roll Location, Location, Location Duty, Honor, Country Veni, Vidi, Vici
  57. 57. Three is all they can remember
  58. 58. Be respectful
  59. 59. Rule #1Exercise Boosts Brain Power
  60. 60. If We Didn’t MoveWe Would Have Been Eaten
  61. 61. Rule #4We Do Not Pay Attention To Boring Things
  62. 62. Multi-Tasking Is A Myth
  63. 63. Get Off The Grid
  64. 64. Go Analog
  65. 65. SourceHartley, J., & Davies, I.Note-taking: A critical review.Programmed Learning and Educational Technology, 1978, 15, 207-224.
  66. 66. Every 10 Minutes: Tell A Story Show A VideoDo A Relevant Activity
  67. 67. Rule #10Vision Trumps All Other Senses
  68. 68. Hear a piece of information and 3 days later you’ll remember 10% of it.
  69. 69. Add a picture and you’ll remember 65%
  70. 70. “My Psych 101 students can’t learn!”
  71. 71. Choose Your Tool
  72. 72. “Communication is the transfer of emotion.” - Seth Godin
  73. 73. Communication is aboutgetting others to adopt yourpoint of view, to help themunderstand why you’reexcited (or sad, or optimisticor whatever else you are.)If all you want to do is createa file of facts andfigures, then cancel themeeting and send in areport.
  74. 74. Too often we build our presentations around our decksI want you to build your deck around your presentation
  75. 75. Swab TheDecks
  76. 76. Beware Of The Bullet Points
  77. 77. Why I Love Dolphins I Met One Once It was a summer day in Florida..... – Loremipsum dolor sit amet, consecteturadipiscingelit. Aeneanenimmassa, aliquam et bibendumeget. consecteturadipiscingelit. – Loremipsum dolor sit amet, consecteturadipiscingelit. Aeneanenimmassa, aliquam et bibendumeget. Loremipsum dolor sit amet, consecteturadipiscingelit – Loremipsum dolor sit amet, consecteturadipiscingelit. Aeneanenimmassa, aliquam et bibendumeget. Loremipsum dolor sit amet, consecteturadipiscingelit – Loremipsum dolor sit amet, consecteturadipiscingelit. Aeneanenimmassa, aliquam et bibendumeget. Loremipsum dolor sit amet, consecteturadipiscingelit – Loremipsum dolor sit amet, consecteturadipiscingelit. Aeneanenimmassa, aliquam et bibendumeget. – Loremipsum dolor sit amet, consecteturadipiscingelit. Aeneanenimmassa, aliquam et bibendumeget.(c) 2012 - NOAA - Why I Love Dolphins Presentation February 2012 #1
  78. 78. One idea per slide
  79. 79. Slides are for support only
  80. 80. No Animation
  81. 81. Hi-Rez Images
  82. 82. Your Slide Deck is NOT a Handout
  83. 83. Ensemble Pitching
  84. 84. Kibbitz Nosh
  85. 85. Ive learned that people willforget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. - Maya Angelou
  86. 86. Your Turn
  87. 87. 1. You2. Them3. How

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