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Presentation skills - TM Training - AIESEC CU

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Cherine El-halfawy

on 24 April 2014

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Voice Tone
The vocal part of the nonerbal communication (paralanguage).
- Pace - Volume
- Pitch - Pauses

Body Language

It reaches a deeper subconscious level

- Relaxed posture.
- Body placement.
- Facial expression.

1 minute presentation = 1 hour preparation

SMART speech preparation formula:

- Select the material. (Read a lot)
- Map out an outline. (Attention grabber, introduction, body, conclusion, call to action)
- Add humor and personality.
- Revise the presentation. (Use short phrases and adjectives)
- Tie loose ends together.

The more you prepare the more you sound natural and spontaneous.

- Prepare cue cards.
- Don’t practice in front of a mirror unless you’re watching your body language.
- Practice in front of people and seek feedback.
- Do the final dress rehearsal.

- Be optimistic on the long term, pessimist on the short term.
- Avoid heavy meals or coffee before your speech.

- Relax before you get up to talk, and steady your breath.
- Greet your audience with a smile.
- Make yourself be heard.
- Do not rush the presentation or introduce a topic with “briefly”
- Face the audience all the time. Talk to the people not at them.
- Claim attention (the spin of concentration is from 5-10 minutes)
- Do not stick your hand in your pocket.
- Answer the questions briefly.
- Do not underestimate your audience.
- Warp your talk at time.
- Never apologize for anything.
- Be flexible.
- Be your best self.
- Have fun!

Human Evolution
Number one fear is the fear
of public speaking,
more than the fear of death.
Your tools
The 3 Ps
Did you know that..
Glossophobia is the fear of public speaking
75% of people experience speech anxiety while speaking in public.
Public speaking is a skill not a talent!!
Women's memory is connected to emotions.
Men's memory is connected
to images.
What is pubic speaking?
speak to influence, motivate,
entertain, and persuade!
Ethos + Logos + Pathos
The obstacle: FEAR!
The fear of rejection when speaking in public activates a part from the brain called the “anterior cin gulate cortex” that also respond to physical pain.
The fear is a negative
energy if transformed
to positive energy and enthusiasm
it can heightens awareness, improves
concentration, sharpens thinking
and gives energy boost.

- Deep breathing.
- Shifting focus outwards.
- Visualizing.
- Build your speech on clarity.

A comedian's tools
Based on your objectives
choose your materials

Formula of a succefull slide show:
10 slides + 20 minutes + 30 point font

- Don’t give your back.
- Don’t read from the slide.
- 1 slide = 1 message.
- Keep it simple and relevant.
- The quality on the visual aids affect your credibility.

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