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Step-by-Step Guide to a Successful Conference Talk

A complete guide to walk you through your next presentation
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Alice Ruddigkeit

on 7 September 2015

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Transcript of Step-by-Step Guide to a Successful Conference Talk

6. DELIVERY
1. REGISTRATION
www.conference.com/registration
Do you have to submit an
abstract
?

Is your talk a
presentation
or a
poster session?
3. DESIGN
Step-by-Step Guide to a
Successful Conference Talk

Is the presentation
running
?
Where is your
water
?
Who is your audience?
Knowledge
about my topic?

Expectations
about
content and style?
?
?
?
?
?
What is the
key message
and why is it important?
How much
time
do you have?
?
2. CONCEPT
?
Planning
the concept
Does the
remote
work?
Should you use traditional slideware (PowerPoint, Keynote, LaTeX) or a zooming
presentation tool
like Prezi?
or
?
4
5
3
6
Is your presentation
title
short, informative and catchy?
Opening your talk with a
story
the audience can relate to?
Do you have intuitive examples to illustrate your point?
Are you using the
branded template
of your organization?

Where do you want to
add your
logo
in the presentation?
Can you replace any
text with an ?
tences?
Is the font big enough?
If not, have you defined the
color scheme
for your text, background, and highlights?
Are your animations meaningful or
The Day!
Is the timing OK?
Cut complex sen
Detailed case descriptions
Footnotes
Side findings
Definitions your audience knows
Details you won't talk about
Any redundant content?
dis
trac
ting?
Export a
Portable Prezi
in case there is no WiFi and
submit the link
.
4
5
3
6
PPT
PREZI
What
software
do you need on the computer you are presenting from?
OTHER
Check with organizers.
Make sure the computer has the
same PowerPoint version
and all your branded
fonts
installed. Otherwise you can run into trouble and your slides may look different.
Submit the file
to the organizers.
Print the presentation as a
PDF
for the audience
and as a backup script
CONGRATULATIONS!
You got invited to a conference talk!
That means you are actually pretty good in what you are doing.
Now let's make sure your audience understands that as well and you can share your expertise smoothly.
Here is a....
Where to start:

Customize colors and fonts:

Meaningful zooms
and fade-in animations:

Export a Portable Prezi:

Print as PDF:

Mobile as remote control:
Pssst... Need help with Prezi?
https://prezi.com/support/manual/prezi-workflow-tutorial/

https://prezi.com/support/article/creating/using-themes/

https://prezi.com/support/manual/transitions-tutorial/

https://prezi.com/support/article/creating/fade-in-animation/

https://prezi.com/support/article/sharing/download-a-portable-prezi/

https://prezi.com/support/article/sharing/printing-a-prezi/

https://prezi.com/support/article/presenting/presenting-with-remote-clickers/
Don't forget the files on a and an adapter for the of your laptop.
4. TRAVELING TO THE CONFERENCE

Use the traveling time for
rehearsal
.

If you submitted a link instead of a file you can even make some
last-minute changes
in the content.
http://www.tress-tress.com/fileadmin/PDF/checklist-conference-presentations.pdf
http://redcatco.com/communication/preparing-to-present-a-check-list-for-presenting-at-a-conference-or-large-event/
SOURCES & INSPIRATION

Tress & Tress GbR:
https://prezi.com/support
Don't rush - don't go over
time

Be
loud
and
clear

Look at
and
speak to
the audience

No
reading from
notes

Stand and
take up room

Benjamin Ellis:
Listen
carefully to questions


7. AFTER THE TALK
Offer
contact details
Take
notes
, repeat, think,
then answer
5. LAST MINUTE
How do you
introduce
yourself to the chair and your audience?
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