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Professional presentation skills watpac

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Professional presentation skills watpac

  1. 1. Presentation and Public Speaking Skills @pauschmann The Point TV pauschmanagement pauschmanagement1 www.thepresentationskills.com.au/watpac
  2. 2. Preliminary Question • What are your feelings about presenting? Absolutely terrified of presenting to others Confident and relaxed
  3. 3. How will you be assessedHow will you be assessed Plan: Drafting, structuring and writing a presentation Deliver: A presentation to your peers including one audio and two visuals, both of which will be taped Evaluate: Giving and receiving feedback to your peers
  4. 4. OO O P E N U PO P E N U P They are ORGANISED PP EE NN UU PP Extremely PASSIONATE They know how to be ENGAGING They are NATURAL They UNDERSTANDS THE AUDIENCE They constantly PRACTICE
  5. 5. f SELF-CONCEPT FAMILY CULTURE SKILLS VALUES ATTITUDES FEELING S
  6. 6. Conveying your MESSAGEConveying your MESSAGE Define the purpose Define the purpose Analyse the audience Analyse the audience Context and setting Context and setting KEY MESSAGE KEY MESSAGE ResearchResearch P.P.P.P.P.PP.P.P.P.P.P
  7. 7. How to STRUCTURE your presentation How to STRUCTURE your presentation
  8. 8. Central theme TOPIC …and so on SESSION THREE Objectives SESSION TWO Objectives SESSION ONE Objectives
  9. 9. EFFECTIVEEFFECTIVE PRESENTATIONPRESENTATION SKILLSSKILLS EFFECTIVEEFFECTIVE PRESENTATIONPRESENTATION SKILLSSKILLS …and so on…and so on THE DRAFTTHE DRAFT Structure Drafting the body Drafting the introduction Drafting the conclusion Handouts Visuals The law THE DRAFTTHE DRAFT Structure Drafting the body Drafting the introduction Drafting the conclusion Handouts Visuals The law THE COMMUNICATIONTHE COMMUNICATION PROCESSPROCESS Seven elements of comm Communication barriers Conveying your message THE COMMUNICATIONTHE COMMUNICATION PROCESSPROCESS Seven elements of comm Communication barriers Conveying your message INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTION Welcome Assessment Resources INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTION Welcome Assessment Resources
  10. 10. Program Aims To provide you with improved skills, knowledge, tools and processes to – positively influence the development of strong, enduring and profitable Client relationships – develop high levels of Client satisfaction – communicate more effectively with Clients – to encourage long-term Client loyalty
  11. 11. Program Overview Two busy days, several modules – What do we mean by Client relationship? – Why manage relationships with Client ? – How to defining the status/position of Client-supplier relationships? – Importance of Client satisfaction in driving Client loyalty and advocacy – How to measure Client satisfaction? – Investing in & researching Client relationships – The communications glue in strengthening Client relationships
  12. 12. Section 1- Preview • Exploring and defining the term Customer Relationship • Nature and importance of relationships in society • Diverse relationships in business • Best and worst client relationships • Magic ingredients in effective client-supplier relationships • Depth and complexity of client-supplier relationships to determine selling skills requirements • Differences between relationship marketing and selling
  13. 13. Optimism Thrill Excitement Optimism Relief HopeDespondency Panic Desperation Fear Denial Depression Euphoria Range of Emotions in a “PRESENTATION” Wow I feel great about this presentation Wow I feel great about this presentation Oh O!, I forgot what I wanted to say Oh O!, I forgot what I wanted to say It’s all hopeless – I give up, what’s the use It’s all hopeless – I give up, what’s the use Point of Maximum opportunity Point of Maximum opportunity
  14. 14. BE DIFFERENTBE DIFFERENT Try a voice recording with some textTry a voice recording with some text
  15. 15. The man and the woman agrees to have sex in the evening Man pretends he forgot the whole thing When the time comes the man assumes that the act can get started immediately Woman gets relaxed Man guesses that the time is right and approaches the woman sexually Man makes a new try No sex for a long time Man nags about the reasons why the woman doesn’t want to have sex Man trips on the edge of the carpet on purpose to show the woman how vulnerable he is Woman melts Mans knee heals rapidly and he suggests sex Man quickly discovers how much fun they have even without sex Woman suggests to make supper together Man pretends hungry The food is prepared for hours, then they eat Man approaches woman sexually Man falls asleep Woman shares the thought with joy Man suggests a refreshing walk and presumes that it will release her physically Man gets angry Man suggests a trip to Venice Woman gets excited and starts to go through brochures Man tries to direct the trip to a short cut Woman starts to get tired Man drinks almost the whole bottle himself Man suggests a bath together After the bath a bottle of wine is opened by the mans proposal After a glass of wine the man supposedly gets to say what he’s been trying to say all evening and makes a confession of love SEX Woman changes her mind No sex The Formula Of Sex
  16. 16. EVALUATIONEVALUATION Introduction: What you are evaluating, your criteria, why it is important to the audience “Meat” of the presentation: The detailed evaluation, maybe as a matrix. Conclusion: Your opinion, action steps

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