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Presentation Skills

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Shunda Robinson

on 6 September 2013

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Transcript of Presentation Skills

Clear the slide

Tell audience what they see

Tell audience what it means

Only talk to eyes
Keeping the Audience In Sync

Write three questions on note cards
Practice Q & A with a partner
Answer three questions
Paraphrase
Questions
Handling Q and A

Concentrate

Common areas
Competence
Quality
Schedule
Price/Cost
Problems
Competitive Advantage
Anticipate questions
Misunderstanding
Concerns
Skepticism
Be Prepared
Be prepared

Maintain control

Have the right attitude
Solution

Interruptions

Loss of control

Increased pressure
Questions cause
Presentation No. 3
Read and React

Think about the person

Don’t talk to the slide

Talk only to a person
Think You

You, not me

WIIFY

Getting head nods
Concentrate
Voice
Talking too softly
Talking in a monotone
Talking too fast
Talking to the slide
Hands
In pocket
Clasped
Fidgeting
Arms
Crossed
Stance
Pacing
Weight Shifting
Voice and Body


Increases their attention

Keeps them engaged
Benefits to the Audience

Reduces interferences
Time to think
Eliminates non-words
Allows two-way communication
Reduces nervousness
Talk to one person
Complete a phrase
Period
Pause
Talk to another person

Over stimulated:
hinders thinking
Appear uncertain
Use non-words
Lose the audience
Lack of Focus Causes You


Connect with the audience

Concentrate on one person at a time
Start With The Eyes
Words
Content
Voice
Volume
Pace
Inflection
Non-words
Body language
Stance
Hands
Eyes
Introduce yourself
Be engaging

Review
What were you thinking?
Audience’s observations
Areas of focus
Introductions
How does being nervous affect this?
Effective Communication
Words – what they hear

Voice – how you say it

Body language – what they see

Greatest impact?
How Do You Engage the Audience?


The audience is engaged


The audience is NOT engaged
What are the signs?
S
Interesting
Engaging the audience
Persuasive
Influence
Take Action
W
W
S
Content
Delivery
Waste
Slick
Engaging
Interesting
S
Stage Fright
What causes us to get nervous?
How do we respond?
What is the audience's perception?
Concentrate
Exert the power of your mind
to control the forces of
your voice and body
The Solution is Focus
Benefits of Focus
Presentation Number Two
About your project/opportunity

Focus presentation
Coached
Audience's Observations
Practice with a Partner
Your five-slide Presentation
Think you, not me
Use WIIFY (What's in it for you)
Get head nods
Don't talk to slide

Coached
George H. Bush
Examples of Body Language
Final Presentation
Closing Slides
Three Prepared Questions
Two Impromptu Questions
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