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Date : December 8, 2010. How to do A presentation . Introduction How to prepare a presentation Delivery and Body Language Conclusion . Outline. Title Lay out Bullets Font & font size Use of Diagrams Slides Body language How to prepare for a presentation Replaying questions .

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Date december 8 2010

Date : December 8, 2010

How to do A presentation


Outline

Introduction

How to prepare a presentation

Delivery and Body Language

Conclusion

Outline


Introduction

  • Title

  • Lay out

  • Bullets

  • Font & font size

  • Use of Diagrams

  • Slides

  • Body language

  • How to prepare for a presentation

  • Replaying questions

Introduction


The number of slides depends on the topic

Reason, purpose for PPT

Less text on the slides and more bullets

Keep it interesting

Use it well

Layout

Consistency

Color (Dark, Light, Four color)

Animation

Transition Sound

Transition Speed

Slides


Title and bullets

Main Title

Sub Title

Use the same bullet types for titles

For sub titles they can be different ones

Font and font size

Title

Sub title

Sub points

Consistency

Title and Bullets


Use of diagram

Graph

Flow Chart

Pictorial

Movie

Use of Diagram


Body language great delivery

Voice

Language use

Movement

Body posture

Body Language – Great Delivery


Voice

Natural

Appropriate tone (modulating not mono-tone

Loud enough (size of the room and use of mike)

Make it livelier (put energy in to the delivery)

Clear pronunciation (say each word slowly and clearly)

Don’t repeat words

Be clear about your progression from one point to the next

Voice


Language use

Use short sentences but not short forms

Use simple words of explanation

Do not blindly read the words in the presentation, explain them clearly

Stop at the end of a sentence that needs to make a specific point, allow it to sink in to the audience mind

Speak in a language understood by all (if not then have it translated as necessary)

Give appropriate examples

Talk with relevance to the topic

Language Use


Movement

Appropriately and with purpose – lean forward or back, walk around if necessary, sit or stand

Don’t use too many hand movements, it can be distracting

Natural & they should compliment your words

Stand still to make an important point

Always face the audience when speaking. Stop speaking if you need to turn around and write a note or change the slide.

Movement


Body postures do

Stand Straight walk around if necessary, sit or stand

Eye contact

Be relaxed

Hands by your side or moving as necessary

Smile (as necessary)

Just let your body react to how you feel (don’t be over emotional)

Be your self

Confidence

Body Postures - Do


Body postures don t

Don’t keep your hands in your pockets walk around if necessary, sit or stand

Don’t keep them behind your back like you are out for a stroll

Don’t keep your arms crossed

Don’t put your hands in figs-leaf position

Body Postures – Don’t


How to prepare for presentation

Practice a lot walk around if necessary, sit or stand

Act it out (Family, Friends)

Time each session

Memorize your speech so it sounds natural

Think the thought

Check the equipment is working properly

Check spellings

Focus

How to prepare for presentation


How to handle a tough situation

Know your presentation and topic well walk around if necessary, sit or stand

Don’t fight for facts

Allow participants to share (preferably after the speech)

Ask questions

Answer clearly

If you don’t know say “I don’t know but I will find out for you”

How to handle A tough situation


Conclusion

Learnt how to prepare presentation walk around if necessary, sit or stand

How to give presentation (Do’s & Don’t)

How to handle difficult situation

Conclusion


Thank you for listening attentively walk around if necessary, sit or stand

Any questions?


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