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How to write Effective Talking Points
Transcript of How to write Effective Talking Points
about one point at a time and make clear transitions as
you move from point
to point Work with 3-5 Main Points Write down all your talking
points, and organize them so the strongest ones are
presented first and most
persuasively Provide specific examples
that support your argument Give concrete examples of
how this problem is affecting
the community or how the community would benefit
from your solution Stick to the point Only use arguments which directly support your case. Get rid of any arguments or supporting evidence which don’t fit. Avoid bringing up other issues which are not related to this
particular situation Emphasize win-win
solutions Always try to offer Win-win solution.
Win-win solutions are more likely to be acceptable to your audience, and more likely to be implemented Identify the needs of your partner and link it to your work. Show that you are
able to help
& support Make your Partner
Interested Start with the previous successful experience Shortly refer to the previous experience/work with the partner (if such exists) and bring couple successful examples Make Final Action Points
& set further plans At the end identify 3 - 5 possible action points and offer them to your partner.
Set approximate time frame, as well.
So at the end of the meeting both of you know which direction to move, what to do and by when