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Becoming A More Effective Communicator (Abrigded)
Transcript of Becoming A More Effective Communicator (Abrigded)
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Math Facilitator. iSchool Advocate. Social Enterprise Enthusiast.
(...)With the end in mind.
Create atmosphere Build Slowly
A Hero(ine)'s Journey
we listen to you?"
Less is more
of your presentation is the most important
Keep your audience in mind
“People will never remember what you said, but they will always remember how you made them feel”
- Maya Angelou
"I didn't say I his car"
Strong Intro & Strong Conclusion
" didn't say I stole his car "
"I didn't say I stole car "
Less is more
on what you are going to say and what you are trying to achieve
Keep your content and
in mind, even with the use of technology
Never get defensive
Listen, acknowledge, respond
Feedback is critical
Continue processing and refining
Tell them what you're gonna tell them
Objective: Evoke emotion, call to action, high level,
Objective: detailed training, similar level audience
Objective: Create a learn together experience, facilitate, a journey
ONE TO ONE
Objective: It's all about them, customize to needs,
Objective: Informative, needs of audience, no visuals
Objective: high level of subject, all skill levels,
Outcome: leave excited and explore on own
Outcome: Create a positive conversation
Outcome: Leave a feeling of inspiration
Outcome: leave with best practices, and understanding of topic
Outcome: lead to new perspective, new knowledge, new ideas
Outcome: What do they want the outcome to be?
iSi Presentation Styles
Ethos: Trustworthy or Nah?
Establish your credibility
Appeal to your audiences emotional side.
Logos: Well-presented or under-presented?
Appeal to your audiences logical side
Becoming a Rhetorical Communicator
Win your audience over!
Facts and evidence
Evoke strong emotion
Table Topic #1
Convince the audience that they should use an object of your choice.
Table Topic #2
Imagine that you are starting a new business. Convince the audience (investors) that they should invest in your new venture.
Table Topic #3
Think of your favorite book. Why should everyone in the audience purchase it today?