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Handout For Part3

  1. 1. Presentation Training – Part 3 Delivery Delivery Common Myth Myth#1: It’s not necessary to move during the presentation MythBuster: Unlike sitting in the cube, you need to move for different purposes during the presentation. Condition to use movement: 1. Timeline 2. Frame your message Myth#2: I can use words of my project. MythBuster: No, you can’t. Those words you used in daily job are called JARGON. It’s more important to translate those jargons into something understandable. The ultimate question 1. What’s the key message of my presentation? 2. Limit your key message within 10 words 3. Throw away anything not related to your key message 4. If you can write on the message on the back of a card, then it is clear enough Speak with passion 1. Darren’s opening: Ouch! Why Darren has the passion? 2. Motivation -> Emotion -> Visualization 3. Open strong Open with SORTS 1. Speaker / Objective / Requirement / Time / Start Speaker: I’m Spike Gu, QA of Topobase project for 3 years. I have delivered more than 20 public presentations including both business and culture aspects. I also won the champion of public speaking of my club among 11 contestant in 2007. Objective: Today is still going to be our presentation training and it’s the last step to deliver your presentation from very basic level to advanced ones. Requirement: If you have any questions free to ask at any time / If you have any questions during the presentation, please keep it to the end, we have Q&A session by then. Thanks for your co-operation. ACRD AEC QA Page 1
  2. 2. Presentation Training – Part 3 Delivery Time: In the next 1 and half hour, we’ll have a break in the middle. Check your posture Activity2: Basic posture practice Golden chance, get more on the stage than sitting there Stand straight with your feet about 6 to 12 inches apart and one slightly ahead of the other. Balance your weight evenly on the balls of your feet. Lean forward jsut a little. Your kness should be straight but not locked. Relax your shoulders, but don't let them droop. Keep your chest up and your stomach in. Your head should be erect and your chin up, but not uncomfortably so. Let your arms hang naturally at your sides, with your fingers slightly curled. Now, take a few deep, full breaths. Do you feel comfortable? Advanced Skills Connect with Story 1. Stories are the bridge that connects speaker and audience. 2. Presentation is all about the change and story power to change 3. Successful speakers understand that great speaking is theater. They don't just give a speech, they create an experience. 4. 5C of a successful story (character / confliction / climax / conclusion / carryout) 5. Bring your Customer Story Remember the Pause 1. Slow down for the key point 2. Can you transform? Speak to one but look to all 1. Slight change of the way you do something will significant of the impact you have on your audience. 2. You should only speak to one person by using “Have you, would you, could you”, instead of say “Some of you, how many of you” Tap Tease and Transport 1. Tap with you question What’s the No. 1 thing that stands between you and your dream? I tap to your world 2. Tease make them want to know more No, no, no, the number 1 thing is not what you think. That’s what I’m testing you. 3. Then transport them to your story otherwise nobody would care to come up with your story journey with you ACRD AEC QA Page 2
  3. 3. Presentation Training – Part 3 Delivery Only after then I transport you into my story. I used to have a job I didn’t like… ACRD AEC QA Page 3