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Presentation Skills

What is the presentation ?
a presentation is a form of communication with an audience

-Good speakers / presenter are not born they are developed

Preparing content:-
Analyze your audience:-

What are
their names , titles , background , reasons for attending
What are
their big concerns
What are
their attitudes
What are
their questions likely to be
How much
detail do they needed

Define what action:-
What will
they feel , believe and do after hearing your talk ?

Preparing content:-
Arranging your argument:-

-get to the point .
-present your theme .

-develop your agenda point .
-develop your agenda point by point .

-summarize and recommend .

The Basics of presentation



Preparing content:-
-Analyze your audience .

-Define what action you want them to take

-arrange your argument to move them

getting started

who is your audience
begin with reporter's five questions of:-

who , what , when ,where and why .

will be in the audience ?
will they colleagues , teachers , friends, children, mixture or a doctor
will they be female or male .

Things you have to consider:-
gender , age , education , religion , hobbies , political belief and attitudes .

are the issues or concerns of your audience ?

is the purpose of your presentation ?

will you be presenting ?
In the morning
when the audience is alert
after lunch
when the audience is full and a little sleepy
using a little

or may be

Are there
other speakers on the agenda?

Are you
the first on the agenda or the last?

will you be presenting ?

in auditorium , classroom or outside
will you be speaking in a noisy area ?

have they come ?
they expect to gain?

presentation skills
"opening "
the audience .

Say what
the presentation will .

be about "aims and objectives"
the introduction should catch the attention


part of your

The body
of the presentation
should prove statements
made in the opening .

a series of points
organize your points .

Body :-
Conclusion "closing"
-It should be about
10 %
your presentation

-It's important as opening

-It should be

-Briefly summaries your main point .

Answers and Questions .

Thank the audience for listening .

The end should be
on a strong or positive note .

No-verbal delivery
no-verbal communication
is more powerful than verbal communication.

"Actions speaks louder than words"

Body language
is any communication created by your body .

" eye contact , gestures ,expression , posture , appearance . etc"

eyes are the windows to the soul

the eyes can tell you if a person is happy sad scared or in pain

smile will make you audience feel good about you and will help you speak
with confidence and ease .

Hand gestures:-
can enhance a speech by providing symbols that replace a verbal message

be careful when using it because meanings vary in different cultures .

Speaker's Impact:-
How you look 55%
How you sound 38%
what you say 7%

Your appearance can create a positive first impression and make you more credible
and believable .

-Tonality .
-Volume .
-Speed .
-Pauses .

KEY Secrets Of Effective Presentation :-
-be prepared
-get the audience involved in your presentation

-stay relaxed
-add natural humor
-plan your body and hand positions
-pay attention to all details
The person who fails to plan is actually planning for a failure .
NEVER argue with
a member of the audience .

at the questioner .
to the whole question .
before you respond .
the questioner, then more your eyes to others .

Eye contact :-

let them out of your sight .
to them in the eye makes
them feel that they are influencing what
what you say .

'Fearlessness in an assembly'

Presenting or speaking to an audience regularly tops the list in surveys of people's top fears - more than heights, flying or dying.

You are not alone.
Speaking in public is genuinely scary for most people,
including many whom outwardly seem very calm.

Our primitive brain shuts
down normal functions
as the 'fight or flight'
impulse takes over
But don't worry -
your audience wants you to
succeed. They're on your side.
They're glad it's you up there and not them.

Presentation Skills
Key of confidence
Good preparation
is the key . which is the key to you being relaxed

Good preparation and rehearsal
will reduce your nerves by 75%
, increase the likelihood of avoiding errors to 95%

And so this is the
most important
rule for effective presentations and public speaking:

Prepare, which means plan it, and practice it.

Tips for effective presentations:-
Preparation and knowledge
are the prerequisites for a successful presentation, but confidence and control are just as important.

2-"no-one can intimidate me without my permission".

3-whatever your subject and audience,
try to find ways to make the content and delivery enjoyable .

4-Enjoyment and humor are mostly in the preparation
Jokes are risky.
Enjoyment and humor are safe.

5-Try to build your own credibility in your introduction, and create a safe comfortable environment for your audience

6-Don't start with an apology
unless you've really made a serious error.

Try to start on time
even if some of the audience is late.
Waiting too long undermines your confidence, and the audience's respect for you .

8-Break up the content
so that no single item takes longer than a few minutes
, and between each item try to inject something .

Eye contact :-

The objective of Presentation is :-

Transform information and opinion in your own words
within a limited amount of time

Important consideration:-
-Who is the audience
-What points do you want to get across
-How much time have you got
-what audio-visual aids are available? power point ,,,,,, etc

, have a rock-solid practiced opening, and smile. Be firm, be confident and be in control; the floor is yours, and the audience is on your side .

yourself and tell them what you’re going to tell them

By the time
you've done this introduction you've established your authority, created respect and credibility, and overcome the worst of your nerves.

, if you are truly scared, a good way to overcome your fear is just to do it.

also, initial impact is made and audience mood towards you is established in the first 4-7 seconds.

If people talk
amongst themselves just stop and look at them. Say nothing, just look

If you don't know
the answer to a question say and deal with it later.
Close positively and firmly, and accept plaudits graciously.

Advices in Delivering Presentation
-Objective of Presentation .
-Important Consideration .
-fearlesSness .
-Key of confidence .
-getting starting .
-Basics of presentation .
-Transform effective presentation .
-Rules .
-Advices .
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