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Presentation Skills and Public Speaking

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Ahmed Galal

on 18 December 2014

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Presentation Skills and Public Speaking

Presentation Components
The presentation process has three phases
Do you experience any of the following
Dry mouth Sweating
Handling Questions
Instead of “
Do you have questions?
”, try

What questions do you have?

• Hear all of the question
– don’t interrupt
• Repeat the question for the whole group to hear
• Be willing to say “
I don’t know

(After all you're human!)
• Check to see if you answered the question sufficiently.
Before the presentation
There are certain steps to do before the presentation
During Presentation
After the Presentation
Memorable Closing
Questions & Answers

Thank your Audience
Give your contact details .

Always Remember
Use slides as a support, not the main focus
• Don’t read the slides
• Put minimal content on the slide
• If you want interaction, don’t turn off lights
Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures
Why do we speak?
Know your Audience and Estimate their Expectations
Determine the Style of Your Presentation
Instead of memorizing,
Do i have to memorize my presentation?
It's important to know your materials.
Organize the structure of your presentation.
Plan the flow of your talk.
Don't be bound by words.
you can use an outline or notes
How to dress?
Your clothes communicate identity, personality, and image.
Comfortable to dress in and look at.
Do not wear accessories that would make noise when you move.(Boots on a wood floor).
Do not wear colors that distract the attention of the recipient .
Stick to the dress code of the occasion.
(Not too exposing or too conservative)
Checking the setting of the room
Relax, Smile and start on time
Tool (PowerPoint, Video, Audio, …etc.)
Few Main Points.
Headings (Same Format)
Clear & Simple
Effective Opening
Capture the attention of your listeners.
Raise the comfort level.
Introduce the topic.
Setting Expectations
People need to know

The Presenter.
Objectives of the session.
Structuring a presentation
Bridge (transition to the Main by examples)
Main Body (supported by facts and figures)
Close (restate key points, Benefit Statement)

For further contact:
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Thank you!
This will help you determine the language you're going to use, the pace and tune of your voice

If you're talking to a group of young people, you will use modern terms and you will probably talk faster.
- the opposite occurs if you're talking to an older group.
This depends on the nature of the topic,
For example: if it's a business meeting, using facts will be required.
If you're teaching a skill or a moral, then stories will be excellent.

TIP: Most of the time you will be using a mix of those two in different parts of your presentation. (People LOVE to hear stories)
The ideal dress?
Preparing Your presentation
When preparing your slides, make them short, concise, clear and to the point.

After all, no one wants to read 500 slides stuffed with useless words.
It all comes down to this one,
- Voice
– Eye contact
– Gestures
– Posture & movement
Vary the tone and pace of your speech
Put warmth in your voice (friendly tone)
Put energy and animation in your voice
We have to pay attention to three things
Includes an
Effective Opening
Setting Expectations
Structuring Presentation
Using Your Voice
Eye Contact
Eye contact keeps people engaged
and is a great source of feedback
Make eye-contact often
Be mindful of duration
Don’t ping-pong back and forth
Make contact with the entire room
Avoid overuse of one or two gestures
Don’t grip immovable objects
Avoid crossing your arms
Adopt a comfortable, confident stance
Evenly distribute your weight
Keep as few barriers as possible between you and the audience
Posture & Movement
It's perfectly Normal!
People start listening only
when you stop talking
If you're going passionate
do NOT pause.
If you're using facts, pause to let the people absorb the information
What NOT to do?
Give Respect, Get Respect
The amount of respect and attention you give to your audience, is what triggers their behavior towards you
Don't try to imitate a presenter, You're unique
so should your presentation
To Express ourselves
To Inform
To Persuade
To Entertain
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