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Public Speaking I
Professional Development series by DSO
“if you have to go to a funeral,
you’re better off in the casket than
doing the eulogy”
                           -Jerry Sienfield
*gasp!
What will people think of me?
“Public Speaking?”

•   Speaking in front of an audience

•   Speaking to 1 or more people

•   Structured/Unstructured

•   Speaking the truth/BSing
Where do we start?

•   Today: Short exercises for practice

•   Later: Reading through a script

•   Even later: Developing stuff on the spot!
“Helpful” pointers
•   Look at your audience in the eye.
    (or at their forehead).

•   Don’t wave your arms like an octopus.

•   Develop a connection with your
    audience.

•   Vary your voice tonality.
“Helpful” pointers
•   Look at your audience in the eye.
    (or at their forehead).

•   Don’t wave your arms like an octopus.

•   Develop a connection with your
    audience.

•   Vary your voice tonality.
“Helpful” pointers
•   Look at your audience in the eye.
    (or at their forehead).

•   Don’t wave your arms like an octopus.

•   Develop a connection with your
    audience.

•   Vary your voice tonality.
“Helpful” pointers
•   Look at your audience in the eye.
    (or at their forehead).

•   Don’t wave your arms like an octopus.

•   Develop a connection with your
    audience.

•   Vary your voice tonality.
“Helpful” pointers
•   Look at your audience in the eye.
    (or at their forehead).

•   Don’t wave your arms like an octopus.

•   Develop a connection with your
    audience.
              Add some pauses.
•   Vary your voice tonality.
“Helpful” pointers
•Look at your audience in the eye.
 (or at their forehead).
Vary your pace
•Don’t wave your arms like an octopus.

•   Develop a connection with your
    audience.
              Add some pauses.
•   Vary your voice tonality.
“Helpful” pointers
•Look at your audience in the eye.
 (or at their forehead).
Vary your pace
•Don’t wave your arms like an octopus.
                      Give some handouts
•Develop a connection with your
 audience.
           Add some pauses.
•Vary your voice tonality.
“Helpful” pointers
 •  Look at your audience in the eye.
    (or at their forehead).
   Vary your pace
 •  Don’t wave your arms like an octopus.
                         Give some handouts
 •  Develop a connection with your
Stand your ground.
    audience.
              Add some pauses.
 •  Vary your voice tonality.
“Helpful” pointers
  • Look at your audience in the eye.
                  Breathe in and count to ten.
    (or at their forehead).
   Vary your pace
  • Don’t wave your arms like an octopus.
                           Give some handouts
  • Develop a connection with your
Stand your ground.
    audience.
              Add some pauses.
  • Vary your voice tonality.
“Helpful” pointers
  •  Look at your audience in the eye.
                   Breathe in and count to ten.
     (or at their forehead).
   Vary your pace
  •
Are you actually your arms like an octopus.
     Don’t wave trying to
                            Give some handouts
 read these while I talk?
  •  Develop a connection with your
Stand your ground.
     audience.
               Add some pauses.
  •  Vary your voice tonality.
“Helpful” pointers
  •  Look at your audience in the eye.
                   Breathe in and count to ten.
     (or at their forehead).
   Vary your pace in some humor.
                Add
  •
Are you actually your arms like an octopus.
     Don’t wave trying to
                            Give some handouts
 read these while I talk?
  •  Develop a connection with your
Stand your ground.
     audience.
               Add some pauses.
  •  Vary your voice tonality.
“Helpful” pointers
  •  Look at your audience in the eye.
                   Breathe in and count to ten.
     (or at their forehead).
   Vary your pace in some humor.
                Add
  •
Are you actually your arms like an octopus.
     Don’t wave trying to
                            Give some handouts
 read these while I talk?
  •  Develop a connection with your
Stand your ground.
              Don’t present on a full stomach.
     audience.
               Add some pauses.
  •  Vary your voice tonality.
“Helpful” pointers
  • Organizeyour audience in the eye.
     Look at your thoughts.
                   Breathe in and count to ten.
     (or at their forehead).
   Vary your pace in some humor.
                Add
  •
Are you actually your arms like an octopus.
     Don’t wave trying to
                            Give some handouts
 read these while I talk?
  •  Develop a connection with your
Stand your ground.
              Don’t present on a full stomach.
     audience.
               Add some pauses.
  •  Vary your voice tonality.
“Helpful” pointers
  • Organizeyour audience in the eye.
     Look at your thoughts.
                   Breathe in and count to ten.
  Use cue cards.
     (or at their forehead).
   Vary your pace in some humor.
                Add
  •
Are you actually your arms like an octopus.
     Don’t wave trying to
                            Give some handouts
 read these while I talk?
  •  Develop a connection with your
Stand your ground.
              Don’t present on a full stomach.
     audience.
               Add some pauses.
  •  Vary your voice tonality.
What does that even
mean?! o_O
Half the stuff people say, you can’t do because
you’ve been put on the spot.
Forget it...
Just stand up. Let’s take it from the top.
Repeat after me
Do you feel like you’re in kindergarten yet?
aaaa... AAAA...
aaAAa...
Voice Projection Practice
Twenty dwarves took turns doing
handstands on the carpet.
Enunciation practice
60 second speech
The art of BSing
Practice these!
When you wake up, when you go to sleep, three
times a day before meals and once before your
afternoon karak tea time
Keep up with us!


•   These slides are going up on
    www.dsoqatar.org/
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         the others are pretty awesome)

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Master Public Speaking with DSO's Professional Development Series

  • 1. Public Speaking I Professional Development series by DSO
  • 2. “if you have to go to a funeral, you’re better off in the casket than doing the eulogy” -Jerry Sienfield
  • 3. *gasp! What will people think of me?
  • 4. “Public Speaking?” • Speaking in front of an audience • Speaking to 1 or more people • Structured/Unstructured • Speaking the truth/BSing
  • 5. Where do we start? • Today: Short exercises for practice • Later: Reading through a script • Even later: Developing stuff on the spot!
  • 6. “Helpful” pointers • Look at your audience in the eye. (or at their forehead). • Don’t wave your arms like an octopus. • Develop a connection with your audience. • Vary your voice tonality.
  • 7. “Helpful” pointers • Look at your audience in the eye. (or at their forehead). • Don’t wave your arms like an octopus. • Develop a connection with your audience. • Vary your voice tonality.
  • 8. “Helpful” pointers • Look at your audience in the eye. (or at their forehead). • Don’t wave your arms like an octopus. • Develop a connection with your audience. • Vary your voice tonality.
  • 9. “Helpful” pointers • Look at your audience in the eye. (or at their forehead). • Don’t wave your arms like an octopus. • Develop a connection with your audience. • Vary your voice tonality.
  • 10. “Helpful” pointers • Look at your audience in the eye. (or at their forehead). • Don’t wave your arms like an octopus. • Develop a connection with your audience. Add some pauses. • Vary your voice tonality.
  • 11. “Helpful” pointers •Look at your audience in the eye. (or at their forehead). Vary your pace •Don’t wave your arms like an octopus. • Develop a connection with your audience. Add some pauses. • Vary your voice tonality.
  • 12. “Helpful” pointers •Look at your audience in the eye. (or at their forehead). Vary your pace •Don’t wave your arms like an octopus. Give some handouts •Develop a connection with your audience. Add some pauses. •Vary your voice tonality.
  • 13. “Helpful” pointers • Look at your audience in the eye. (or at their forehead). Vary your pace • Don’t wave your arms like an octopus. Give some handouts • Develop a connection with your Stand your ground. audience. Add some pauses. • Vary your voice tonality.
  • 14. “Helpful” pointers • Look at your audience in the eye. Breathe in and count to ten. (or at their forehead). Vary your pace • Don’t wave your arms like an octopus. Give some handouts • Develop a connection with your Stand your ground. audience. Add some pauses. • Vary your voice tonality.
  • 15. “Helpful” pointers • Look at your audience in the eye. Breathe in and count to ten. (or at their forehead). Vary your pace • Are you actually your arms like an octopus. Don’t wave trying to Give some handouts read these while I talk? • Develop a connection with your Stand your ground. audience. Add some pauses. • Vary your voice tonality.
  • 16. “Helpful” pointers • Look at your audience in the eye. Breathe in and count to ten. (or at their forehead). Vary your pace in some humor. Add • Are you actually your arms like an octopus. Don’t wave trying to Give some handouts read these while I talk? • Develop a connection with your Stand your ground. audience. Add some pauses. • Vary your voice tonality.
  • 17. “Helpful” pointers • Look at your audience in the eye. Breathe in and count to ten. (or at their forehead). Vary your pace in some humor. Add • Are you actually your arms like an octopus. Don’t wave trying to Give some handouts read these while I talk? • Develop a connection with your Stand your ground. Don’t present on a full stomach. audience. Add some pauses. • Vary your voice tonality.
  • 18. “Helpful” pointers • Organizeyour audience in the eye. Look at your thoughts. Breathe in and count to ten. (or at their forehead). Vary your pace in some humor. Add • Are you actually your arms like an octopus. Don’t wave trying to Give some handouts read these while I talk? • Develop a connection with your Stand your ground. Don’t present on a full stomach. audience. Add some pauses. • Vary your voice tonality.
  • 19. “Helpful” pointers • Organizeyour audience in the eye. Look at your thoughts. Breathe in and count to ten. Use cue cards. (or at their forehead). Vary your pace in some humor. Add • Are you actually your arms like an octopus. Don’t wave trying to Give some handouts read these while I talk? • Develop a connection with your Stand your ground. Don’t present on a full stomach. audience. Add some pauses. • Vary your voice tonality.
  • 20. What does that even mean?! o_O Half the stuff people say, you can’t do because you’ve been put on the spot.
  • 21. Forget it... Just stand up. Let’s take it from the top.
  • 22. Repeat after me Do you feel like you’re in kindergarten yet?
  • 24. Twenty dwarves took turns doing handstands on the carpet. Enunciation practice
  • 25. 60 second speech The art of BSing
  • 26. Practice these! When you wake up, when you go to sleep, three times a day before meals and once before your afternoon karak tea time
  • 27. Keep up with us! • These slides are going up on www.dsoqatar.org/ Professional_Development. (these slides are probably useless but the others are pretty awesome)