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Stern NYU BusComm Jan2013

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David Purdy

on 9 January 2013

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Transcript of Stern NYU BusComm Jan2013

Business Communications Ag Public Speaking FEAR 10 - DOGS 9 - LONELINESS 8 - FLYING 7 - DEATH 6 - SICKNESS 5 - DEEP WATER 4 - MONEY PROBLEMS 3 - BUGS 2 - HEIGHTS McKee believes that executives can
engage listeners on a whole new level
if they toss their PowerPoint slides and
learn to tell good stories instead. ...stories fulfill a profound human need to grasp the pattern of living -- not merely as an intellectual exercise, but within a very personal, emotional experience. Writing and the Creative Process:
Donald Murray - spend at least half of your time ‘prewriting’ How to find your subject
Daydream
Brainstorm with a friend
Sleep on it
Decide How to Structure a Speech
Beginning
Middle
End Tell them what you’re going to tell them
Tell them
Tell them what you told them Introduction
Body
Conclusion INTRODUCTION
Attention Getter
Rationale
Credibility
Preview BODY
Organization: 1) Topical 2) Chronological 3) Spatial 4) Causal
Transitions: Use them between thoughts and main points
Support: Use support from 4-5 credible sources CONCLUSION
Review main points
Link to attention-getter
End with strong closing line (applause button) So how do you become fearless? “Do the thing you fear …
and the death of fear is certain.”

--R. W. Emerson Audience wants you to do well (Mirror neurons) Stretch or do a physical warm up before you speak Talk about something that is more important than your ego Habituation – Practice builds confidence Practice speaking out loud and louder
and listen to the strength of that louder voice Involve the audience – For example: ask them a question
…but really listen You look better than you feel Nerves are a great source of energy Adrenaline skews time
… so you have time to pause, breathe and make eye contact … or feel your feet on the floor If you mess up, find the humor! The 3 Ps Prepare Prepare
Practice
Perform Know the Room
Size
Acoustics
Resources
Microphone
Podium
Projector
PowerPoint
Internet Know your Audience
Friends
Peers
Co-workers
Media
Adversaries
Mountbatten Colleagues Know your Stuff
Find and research your topic
Write it through
Summarize in bullet points
Put on 3 x 5 cards Practice General body language
Eye contact
Hands
Vocal projection
Vocal pitch
Pace
Does it work? Practice by your self
Practice with a friend
Video yourself and see how you look Goal
Inform
Entertain and amuse
Persuade
Call to action Back to our show ...
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