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A Guide to Presenting & Facilitating: Teachings of the Medicine Wheel
Transcript of A Guide to Presenting & Facilitating: Teachings of the Medicine Wheel
A GUIDE TO PRESENTING &
TEACHINGS OF THE MEDICINE WHEEL
Content Developed and Narrated by
Not used by all Tribal Communities
Share in Traditional Beliefs and Values
It is Necessary to Walk a Healthy Path
CALL ON SPIRIT HELPERS TO GUIDE YOU
Before and After Presenting
Giving Thanks for Opportunity to Do Service
PAY ATTENTION TO
Avoid Alcohol and Limit Caffeine
Prior to Presenting
Three Nights of Adequate Sleep
Be Aware of Your Posture
Stand up Straight
Key Points in Front of a Mirror or Friend
Seeing Yourself as Successful
Take Time to Process
Understanding Takes Time
Don’t Take it Personally
Have a Plan in Place
RUN HIGH IN
TIPS FOR PRESENTING
DO'S AND DON'TS
DON'T LOOK AT
BE AWARE OF
THE SEVEN TEACHINGS
FOR MORE INFORMATION
MORE TIPS FOR PRESENTING
Do not read your slides
Include interactive activities
Debrief the presentation
KNOW THE PURPOSE OF YOUR PRESENTATION
Designed to inform?
Created to facilitate discussion?
Intended to promote something?
Anticipated to change thoughts, behaviors or attitudes?
USE THE 3 T'S APPROACH
Tell your audience what you're going to tell them...
...then tell them...
...then tell them what you told them!
TRY THE HERO STANCE FOR 2 MINUTES!
PRACTICE RAISING YOUR ARMS AND VISUALIZING YOUR SUCCESS!
REMOVE YOUR HANDS FROM YOUR POCKETS TO HAVE MORE OPEN BODY LANGUAGE
Presenting is a
skill that can be learned!
RESPECT ELDERS BY
VISUALS ARE HELPFUL