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How to Structure a Speech

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Jim Harvey

on 11 May 2016

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Transcript of How to Structure a Speech

How to Structure a Speech
Act 1
Act 2
Act 3
To silence your crowd and get permission to tell your story...
Grab the audience's attention and give them a reason to listen
Introduce the one message that your speech is about
Now attach it to a hook that makes everyone want to know more
Context, characters & challenges
Define the questions that your story will answer
Set the scene to explain your actions or suggestions
Take a look at industry, recent financial figures, or achievements to date.
Where are we now?
We know where we are, so what's going on?
The Answer & Action
What happens if we change/stay the same?
How will this affect us?
What will it allow us to do?
Bring everything you have discussed, into a

and clear
call to action
For 6 Ready Made Speech Structures
The Progress Report
The Strategy Recommendation
The Product Sales Presentation
The Justification of a Decision
The Training or Teaching Presentation
The Bad News Presentation
Visit: http://www.jim-harvey.com/how-to-structure-a-speech-or-presentation/
Leave your audience
A time to
Consider the lessons
Summarise your points
Make sure your audience have the whole picture
with your message ringing in their ears...
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