PowerPoint and Public Speaking: What you need to know. Marcy B. Waldinger, MHSA Aisha T. Langford, MPH Emerging Leaders Program. Presentation Outline. PowerPoint Tips Public Speaking Tips Discussion. PowerPoint Quote.
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Marcy B. Waldinger, MHSA
Aisha T. Langford, MPH
Emerging Leaders Program
“The audience has come to hear you, not merely to stare at images tossed onto a screen. Build a strong PowerPoint program, but make sure that your spoken remarks are no less compelling. "PowerPoint doesn\'t give presentations — PowerPoint makes slides.”
Matt Thornhill, president of Audience First.
-Hard to read
-Harder to read
-Jupiter Unlimited (free images): www.jiunlimited.com
-IStock Photo (low cost images): www.istockphoto.com
“Normal colon vs. colon with polyp”
-Give full-page hard copy of charts or
-Break them up
If you could be any public speaker (famous or not),
who would it be and why?
* 15 -30 seconds, 100 - 150 words to describe:
1. What the product or service is
2. What it does for the buyer/consumer (e.g. the benefits).
3. Who you are
-Turn off your cell phone and pager
-Change in pocket
-Setting expectations about scope of talk
-Looking out for side conversations
*If you don’t have an answer, say so, then give an
appropriate resource or promise to get back to them.
Important Questions to Ask
Toastmasters meetings are comprised of approximately 20 people who meet weekly or bi-weekly for an hour or two. Participants practice and learn skills by filling a meeting role. There is no instructor; instead, each speech and meeting is critiqued by a member in a positive manner, focusing on what was done right and what could be improved.
The Toastmasters website has information on:
-Giving a Eulogy
-Presenting an Award
-Accepting an Award
-What You Should Have Said
-The 10 Commandments of Communication