© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />Section 3:Delivery<br />BSBCMM401A Making a presentation<b...
This presentation will introduce you to the concepts of:<br /> developing a relationship with the audience<br />being awar...
Rapport<br />Develop a relationship with the audience through:<br />eye contact<br />smiling<br />conversation<br />being ...
Non-verbal communication<br />Signals and messages are communicated through:<br />posture<br />facial expressions <br />ge...
What message do you read?<br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />
What are your impressions?<br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />
What are your impressions?<br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />
What does this stance suggest? <br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />
How do we interpret this gesture? <br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />
Use media <br />Visuals can add meaning and interest to your presentation.<br />However, you should choose only those that...
PowerPoint presentations<br />are often over-used<br />are often incorrectly used<br />are no substitute for a live presen...
Too much information<br />This slide has too much information written much too closely together. It is difficult to tell w...
© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />Colour<br />Maybe some colour will brighten up my essentia...
Cool colours vs warm colours<br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />
© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />Fonts<br />Okay so maybe the colour thing didn’t work so w...
The next step<br />Practice delivery skills.<br />Learn more about PowerPoint.<br />Select the media that best supports yo...
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  1. 1. © 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />Section 3:Delivery<br />BSBCMM401A Making a presentation<br />IBSA Participant Workbook pages 30to 44<br />
  2. 2. This presentation will introduce you to the concepts of:<br /> developing a relationship with the audience<br />being aware of non-verbal communication<br /> using media effectively<br /> creating a useful PowerPoint presentation<br /> selecting appropriate presentation aids to support your outcome.<br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />
  3. 3. Rapport<br />Develop a relationship with the audience through:<br />eye contact<br />smiling<br />conversation<br />being yourself.<br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />IBSA Participant Workbook page 33<br />
  4. 4. Non-verbal communication<br />Signals and messages are communicated through:<br />posture<br />facial expressions <br />gestures <br />placement of arms. <br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />IBSA Participant Workbook page 34<br />
  5. 5. What message do you read?<br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />
  6. 6. What are your impressions?<br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />
  7. 7. What are your impressions?<br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />
  8. 8. What does this stance suggest? <br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />
  9. 9. How do we interpret this gesture? <br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />
  10. 10. Use media <br />Visuals can add meaning and interest to your presentation.<br />However, you should choose only those that support your message.<br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />IBSA Participant Workbook page 36<br />
  11. 11. PowerPoint presentations<br />are often over-used<br />are often incorrectly used<br />are no substitute for a live presenter.<br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />IBSA Participant Workbook page 40<br />
  12. 12. Too much information<br />This slide has too much information written much too closely together. It is difficult to tell what is important and what is not and which part you should pay attention to. Probably that doesn’t matter as the presenter will likely read the whole thing out anyway so what it says is almost irrelevant.<br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />Maybe there’s a better way to use this tool? <br />
  13. 13. © 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />Colour<br />Maybe some colour will brighten up my essentially dull message? <br />People love colour, right? <br />If I make every line a different colour, that will hold their attention (true/false?) <br />
  14. 14. Cool colours vs warm colours<br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />
  15. 15. © 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />Fonts<br />Okay so maybe the colour thing didn’t work so well. I have more than 300 fonts to play with though, so that should make my message really fun!<br />I want my audience to know what a creative, fun individual I am!<br />Hey, this looks a bit like a ransom note ... that wasn’t really what I wanted.<br />
  16. 16. The next step<br />Practice delivery skills.<br />Learn more about PowerPoint.<br />Select the media that best supports your key points.<br />© 2010 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd<br />

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