Effective Presentations Skills Employee Development Center June 26, 2003 Chris Carter Agenda
Introduction Planning Your Presentation The Presentation Sequence Creating Effective Visual Aids resentation Techniques Practice Great speakers arent born, they are trained. Presenting is a Skill
Developed through experience and training. Source: http://www.hplearningcenter.com #1 Fear Feared More Than Death! THE FACTS: Shaky hands, blushing cheeks, memory loss, nausea, and
knocking knees NORMAL! Causes of the Anxiety Fear of the Unknown OR Loss of Control
Fight or Flight Mode No Backup Plan No Enthusiasm For Subject Focus of Attention Definitions Presentation Something set forth to an audience for the attention of the mind Effective producing a desired result Source: http://www.merriam-webster.com
Effective Presentations Control Anxiety Dont Fight It Audience Centered Accomplishes Objective Fun For Audience Fun For You
Conducted Within Time Frame Why Give A Presentation? Two Main Purposes 1. Inform 2. Persuade 3. Educate Part 2: Planning Your Presentation Planning Your Presentation 1. Determine Purpose
2. Assess Your Audience Success depends on your ability to reach your audience. Size Demographics Knowledge Level Motivation
Planning A Presentation 3. Plan Space Number of Seats Seating Arrangement Audio/Visual Equipment Distracters 4. What Day and Time? Any Day!
Morning More Planning 5. Organization Determine Main Points (2-5) Evidence Transitions Prepare Outline
Keyword Reminders Conversational Flow Flexibility More Responsive to Audience Part 3: The Presentation Sequence #1: Build Rapport
relation marked by harmony or affinity Start Before You Begin
Audience members who trust you and feel that you care Mingle; Learn Names Opportunity to reinforce or correct audience assessment Good First Impression People Listen To People They Like #2: Opening Your Presentation
Introduce Yourself Why Should They Listen Get Attention, Build More Rapport, Introduce Topic
Humor Short Story Starling Statistic Make Audience Think Invite Participation Get Audience Response #2Completing the Opening
Clearly Defining Topic If Informative If Persuasive
Clear parameters for content within time Whats the problem Who cares Whats the solution Overview #3: Presenting Main Points (Solution)
Main Point-Transition-Main PointTransition-MainPoint.. Supporting Evidence Examples Feedback & Questions From Audience Attention to, and Focus on, Audience (Listening)
#4: Concluding Your Presentation Goal Inform audience that youre about to close Summarize main points Something to remember or call-to-action Answer questions Tell em What You Told em. Part 4: Effective Presentation Techniques
Presentation Style 3 Elements 1. Vocal Techniques Loudness Pitch Rate Pause Deviations From the Norm for Emphasis
Presentation Style (cont) 3 Elements 2. Body Language Eye Contact, Gestures, Posture 3. Use of Space Can Everyone See You? Movement Common Problems Verbal fillers
Um, uh, like Any unrelated word or phrase Swaying, rocking, and pacing
Hands in pockets Lip smacking Fidgeting Failure to be audience-centered 5 Presentation Tips 1. Smile 2. Breathe 3. Water 4. Notes 5. Finish On Or Under Time Part 5:
Creating Effective Visual Aids Visual Aids Enhance Understanding Add Variety Support Claims Lasting Impact
Used PoorlyA Distraction Ineffective Presentation Visual Aids - Examples PowerPoint Slides
Overhead Trans Graphs/Charts Pictures Films/Video Flip Charts Sketches Visual Aids Should
Supplement presentation Outline of main points Serve audiences needs, not speakers Simple and clear Main Point 1: The Purpose of Using Visual Aids
Visual aids support your ideas and improve audience comprehension of your presentation Visual aids add variety to your presentation by giving the audience a break from listening and letting the see something Visual aids help illustrate complex ideas or concepts and are helpful in reinforcing your ideas
Visual Aids Improve comprehension Add variety Illustrate complex ideas
Be Visible Titles should be 38-44 pt. font size Text should be 28 pt font size Use color wisely Contrasting colors
Basic elements of an automated system: Power - to accomplish the process and operate the automated system Program of instructions - to direct the process Control system - to actuate the instructions Elements of an Automated System Electricity - The...
Monitoring progress in COTPA enforcement using compliance assessment studies 11 Steps to Conduct Compliance Survey for Section 4(Smokefree) Know the Smoke Free Law Determine status of enforcement Clarify the purpose of your conducting the compliance study Assess available resources and...
GeneralInformation. Tropical climate with warm weather all year round. Temperatures range from 21ºC (70ºF) to 32ºC (90ºF). Time zone UTC+8. Electricity - Voltage is 220 - 240 volts AC at 50 cycles per second.Standard 3-pin square plugs and sockets.
ESA Earth Observation High Speed Network (HiSEEN) Rhodes, 10th June 2004 Agenda The ESA Earth Observation use of NREN/GEANT Network solution Technical description Pre-operations schedule Challenges Implementation Operational Issues for discussion Conclusions and way forward The ESA Earth Observation use...
Pofa be PowerPoint bemutató PowerPoint bemutató PowerPoint bemutató A jó, a rossz és a csúf Holt költők társasága A tanú 003. Középszint Óravezetés a KWL program elvei szerint 5. évfolyam 6. évfolyam 7. évfolyam 8. évfolyam 004. Mikroszint