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Presentation Skills

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gerald pauschmann

on 4 August 2012

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Presentation skills with Gerald Pauschmann Significance Structure Simplicity Rehearsal If you havent struck oil
in 3 minutes...
stop boring Why do you present? To pass on information Because your boss told you to or to make MEANING Characteristics of a great presenter Organised Passionate Engaging Natural Understands the audience Practise O.P.E.N. U.P Giving presentations are a form of communication. You will be communicating with each person in your audience whether it be two or two hundred, and they will receive the message from your posture, gesture, facial expressions, visual responses and voice tones as well as the words you use. What impression do you want to give? Know Yourself
Think about your presentation style and then test it against some things we know about successful presenters. What are your strengths and how are you best using them? Where do you have room for improvement and how are you improving? A VIEW FROM THE AUDIENCE PERSPECTIVE


Know the Audience & the Presentation Opportunity

Who will be in the audience? How many?
Why is the audience attending? Is attendance required?
Is it a mandatory educational lecture? Personal motivation?
Identify why the presentation is of value/important to the audience. Think about how you would answer the question from an audience member when they ask “what’s in this for me?”
What is the knowledge level—novice, practitioner, expert? Will you be presenting new concepts to this audience, or building upon their prior knowledge? Make sure you cover the basics clearly, and early in the talk, to avoid loosing the audience.
How much time is available for your presentation (including Q&A)?
the longer the talk, the more freedom you will have to explore the topic
a short talk needs to be very clear and to address the topic directly
Is question time included?
Are you the only speaker? Part of a panel? Part of a larger conference?
Will this be an informal chat, a seminar discussion, or a more formal presentation? Introduction Conclusion Body The $60 Budget Write the Introduction to build rapport with the audience Welcome Use words that inspire enthusiasm Impact statement
Humourous
Fact
Controversial
Quote
Story What do you know about your audience
I know...
I realise...
I understand... Time and purpose of the presentation Tell them about your sub-themes What is your experience in giving this presentation
History
Background
Similar projects
Longevity with company What's your KEY MESSAGE Now you have finished the Intro, you need...
A story
A question that creates discussion
A statement that provokes thought
...something that transitions to your first sub theme www.pauschmanagement.com.au Welcome

Use words that inspire enthusiasm Well good morning everyone,

I am excited and challenged to be here with you all this morning. Excited because we have some great news about the developments of our recent acquisition, and challenged to answer the questions you have been asking me over the past months. As a young apprentice manager, my boss said to me -
"Great managers aren't afraid to make the tough calls. They don't always make the right calls, but they make them for the right reasons" Impact statement
Humourous
Fact
Controversial
Quote
Story Well, I had to make a tough call and I realise that some of you can’t wait to hear about our exciting future with MACROHARD. What do you know about your audience
I know...
I realise...
I understand... I don’t want to keep you off the floor for too long, as I know you are eager to get back to work so the purpose of today is to talk to you about 3 key issues. Time and purpose of the presentation One – How you will all benefit from the acquisition
Two – Now I know this will get the tongues wagging, the new uniform
And Three – How we can integrate with the team coming onboard. Tell them about your sub-themes Some of you will know this is my third such acquisition and over the last 9 years with your help, we have increased turnover from 1.6 billion to 2.45 billion. What is your experience in giving this presentation
History
Background
Similar projects
Longevity with company I want you all to walk away with this in mind, we take great pride in our reputation and internal customer relationships, so please make the team from APPLE PIE feel like part of the family. What's your KEY MESSAGE So let me see a show of hands for those of you who want to join me on the journey?

OK, lets start with how the acquisition will benefit you… Now you have finished the Intro, you need...
A story
A question that creates discussion
A statement that provokes thought
...something that transitions to your first sub theme Apparantly its not that SIMPLE Here are some bad examples Bad examples So turn this... Into this... Remove
the
bullet points or download It's free Hands generally
over the belt line Think, breathe, speak
TBS Look at or over
your audience smile Stand up
straight Slow down your
rate of speech No coffee before hand,
plenty of water Nutritious breakfast No joke telling Know your subject
inside out Don't PRESENT, just engage
with speaking Use as many stories
as possible If you can, save the
handouts until after
your presentation Avoid asking questiond
you don't know (fully)
the answer to Question the answer Never, ever go over time Give your audience
lots of headlines Begin your talk by
outlining your conclusion Look directly at the person
asking you the question Use your notes if you need them Use colour in your slides If an audience
member gives
you a tough time,
don't forget they
own the problem
so don't take it
onboard. Have fun! Dress appropriately At every opportunity,
volunteer to present Exercise the day before Get lots of sleep Got it! Now it's your turn Using your voice Breathe properly
Rest
Avoid talking a lot
Avoid hot or cold liquids
No Chips or peanuts
Warm up vocal chords (bzzzzz)
Drink water PREZI The Goal You (as a group) will prepare a
Vocal presentation (individual)
25 minute visual presentation (Group)
Include at least 5 visual slides Your group presentation will be to potential clients and include

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