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Presentation Skills    Dr. Meltem Yaman
Developing The Attitude of aSuccessful Public Speaker I  Remember that you know your subject  Know your material well. B...
Developing The Attitude of aSuccessful Public Speaker II  Remember that the stage fright is normal,    and be open about ...
Developing The Attitude of aSuccessful Public Speaker III  Research your audience, get acquainted   with at least one per...
Planning The most critical step in preparation is       understanding the purpose  Why am I giving this presentation?  W...
4 Types of PresentationsMore Persuasive                       Sales    Instructional                  Explanatory   Oral R...
About 4 Types of Presentations I  Sales: to sell an idea or suggestion to   clients, upper management, coworkers or   emp...
About 4 Types of Presentations II Instructional: When you want to teach  others how to use something like a new  procedur...
Know your audience  Why should they listen to you?  How does what you say affect them?  What is in it for them to liste...
Sections of a Presentation There are 3 sections of a presentation 1. Introduction 2. Main Body 3. Conclusion
1. Introduction  For taking the attention and convincing   them to listen to you.  Never apologize for anything wrong. ...
Main elements in Introduction I  Begin your talk with an attention getter.   With an interesting story or a question  Ne...
Main elements in Introduction II  Present yor agenda: the outline “Tell them what you are going to tell   them, Tell them...
2. Main Body I     Deliver what you promised in the      shortest and most interesting way     Keep in mind in structuri...
2. Main Body II  Use stories and examples for   connection & association  Use intensity by tone of your voice,   colors ...
Conclusion  Repeat your main idea or begin with “Let’s review the main points we’ve covered”  Last opportunity to emphas...
To Do in Visuals  Check equipment  Present one idea per slide  Use dark background and light lettering  Use maximum 6 ...
Avoid in Visuals  Crowd information  Turn your back to audience  Just reading lines like notes  Go back in slides for ...
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  1. 1. Presentation Skills Dr. Meltem Yaman
  2. 2. Developing The Attitude of aSuccessful Public Speaker I  Remember that you know your subject  Know your material well. Be the expert. Your primary duty is  to understand what your audience needs to know  and prepare the message and supporting materials in a way that delivers your message clearly and powerfuly
  3. 3. Developing The Attitude of aSuccessful Public Speaker II  Remember that the stage fright is normal, and be open about it  Practice your presentation, do pilot tests  Get the audience to participate  Establish a rapport by using names & eye contact  Establish & check the equipment
  4. 4. Developing The Attitude of aSuccessful Public Speaker III  Research your audience, get acquainted with at least one person in the audience  Relax, breathe deeply, visualize yourself successfuly  Dress comfortably and appropriately  Use your own style. Do not imitate anyone  Use audiovisual aids, for a visual impact
  5. 5. Planning The most critical step in preparation is understanding the purpose  Why am I giving this presentation?  What do I want the audience know or to do at the end of the presentation?  How do I want the audience to feel?
  6. 6. 4 Types of PresentationsMore Persuasive Sales Instructional Explanatory Oral Report More Detailed
  7. 7. About 4 Types of Presentations I  Sales: to sell an idea or suggestion to clients, upper management, coworkers or employees. To persuade for an action or belief  Explanatory:To familiarize, give an overall perspective or identify new developments. Does not require detail and persuasion. But should offer the audience new or renewed information&understanding
  8. 8. About 4 Types of Presentations II Instructional: When you want to teach others how to use something like a new procedure or a piece of hardware. Needs persuasion, detail & audience participation Oral Report:Bring the audience up to date on something with which they are already familiar. Focus on facts, figures &details involve little persuasive efforts.
  9. 9. Know your audience  Why should they listen to you?  How does what you say affect them?  What is in it for them to listen to you?  Why is it important for the audience to hear what you have to say? Collect information about what the audience expect to hear.
  10. 10. Sections of a Presentation There are 3 sections of a presentation 1. Introduction 2. Main Body 3. Conclusion
  11. 11. 1. Introduction  For taking the attention and convincing them to listen to you.  Never apologize for anything wrong.  Make your audience think that they are going to be informed, entertained or enlightened.  Start your spech with power.
  12. 12. Main elements in Introduction I  Begin your talk with an attention getter. With an interesting story or a question  Next, tell what is in it for them: Let them know that your information is relevant to their needs.  Increase your credibility by relating something about your background and expertise
  13. 13. Main elements in Introduction II  Present yor agenda: the outline “Tell them what you are going to tell them, Tell them, and Tell them what you just told them”  What do you expect of the audience Inform them on question-answer session etc.
  14. 14. 2. Main Body I  Deliver what you promised in the shortest and most interesting way  Keep in mind in structuring your message that 3. Attention cycle & 4. Pacing  Use repetition for remembering
  15. 15. 2. Main Body II  Use stories and examples for connection & association  Use intensity by tone of your voice, colors and bolds are for visual intensity  Use visuals, hands, graphics, statistics, group participation etc
  16. 16. Conclusion  Repeat your main idea or begin with “Let’s review the main points we’ve covered”  Last opportunity to emphasize main points.  Must be strong and persuasive.  You call for and encourage appropriate action
  17. 17. To Do in Visuals  Check equipment  Present one idea per slide  Use dark background and light lettering  Use maximum 6 lines per slide  Use maximum 6 words per slide  Keep slides simple
  18. 18. Avoid in Visuals  Crowd information  Turn your back to audience  Just reading lines like notes  Go back in slides for repeating  Turn off the lights any longer than necessary

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