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How to make a great presentation
Transcript of How to make a great presentation
a great presentation
Tips & tricks
Why is this important?
A great presentation is not significantly harder to do
Reguires more planning
Little money for pics
Not that hard!
Examples of great presentations:
Steve Jobs presentations
What they know?
Use references to audiences previous knowledge
How many, when, where...
Introduce yourself and your topic
Why the topic is important
A Good basic structure
Contents (T1, T2...)
Topic 1, slide 1
Topic 1, slide 2
Tell to the audience what you are about to say
Tell what you just said
Roots of PowerPoint are in
overhead projector slides!!!
Something that makes the presentation interesting?
Captivates the audience?
Could we do something else with a computer?
Simplicity prevails clutter
Avoid long lists of bullets
Do not put all the text in the slides and just read it aloud (Yes, I do this... But it doesn't give you an excuse to do it!).
Only few keywords / slide
Delivering a show and telling a story
Practice, practice, practice!
Hands out of the pocket
Talk to the audience! Not to the slides,
not to your toes nor to the walls!
Know what you are talking about
Being nervous is natural. Only the presenter notices this. Don't worry about it!
No one knows how you have planned the presentation
Presentation styles are different personal!
Selling is not only about technical innovations
EXCELLENT products and ideas
Often our technological innovations are not that good!
This is where
are better at
Why give an edge
Fonts, colors, pics do matter