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PRESENTATION SKILLS. Out of the top 10 human fears Number 1 is Public Speaking Second being death. Feeling Nervous?. Lack of experience Lack of preparation Lack of enthusiasm Negative self-talk. It is not sufficient to know what one ought to say;

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Presentation skills

PRESENTATION SKILLS


Presentation skills

  • Out of the top 10 human fears

  • Number 1 is Public Speaking

  • Second being death


Feeling nervous

Feeling Nervous?

  • Lack of experience

  • Lack of preparation

  • Lack of enthusiasm

  • Negative self-talk


Presentation skills

It is not sufficient to know what one ought to say;

one must also know how to say it

……. Aristotle


Presentation skills

Presentation

Systematic manner of presenting information, ideas, arguments, facts with the objective of informing, influencing, persuading, educating, entertaining & motivating people.


Presentation skills

4 - Ps


Steps in giving presentation 4 ps

Steps in Giving Presentation4 Ps

  • Plan

    2. Prepare

    3. Practice

    4. Present


4 ps to presentation

4 Ps to Presentation

Defining Objectives (WHY)

PLAN

Understanding the Audience (WHO)

PREPARE – Developing the Message (WHAT)

Contents

Visual Aids

Structure

PRACTICE – Rehearsing (HOW)

PRESENT


Presentation skills

PLAN

  • Why is it Important?

  • What is the Purpose?

  • What is the Outcome?

Defining Objectives (WHY)


Presentation skills

Understanding the Audience (WHO)

PLAN

  • What are the need, issues, concerns ?

  • What topics should be emphasized?

  • If they resist, what would be the reason?

  • What are their feelings towards me, my subjects?

  • What are their expectations?


Presentation skills

Know Your Audience

  • Age

  • Background

  • Number of Participants

  • Role

  • Experience / Expertise

  • Local / Global

  • Requirement/s (What do they look forward from the Presentation

    “Success depends upon on your ability to reach your audience”


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PREPARE – Developing the Message (WHAT)

3 Stages to Presentation


Presentation skills

Structuring the presentation

2 to 3 mins --- opening/beginning

15 to 20 mins--- middle section

2 to 3 mins --- closing/end


Speaker s 3 friends

Speaker’s 3 friends

1. Personal Notes

2. Visuals

3. Handouts


Presentation skills

Contents/Structure

  • There should be a logical sequence in the points to be discussed in the presentation

  • It Should be perfectly point wise instead of running lines of text

  • The points should be as clear as possible

  • Usages of heavy jargon /s should be avoided.

  • The points should be easy to understand by all

  • Use examples to help participants to relate to the topic

  • Use powerful and sequenced visual aids (if relevant)

HEADS OF INCOM

Income from other source

Profit and Gain from Business or Profession


Presentation skills

Visual Aids

Visuals are powerful tools and should be used because they:

  • Increase understanding

  • Save time

  • Enhance attention

  • Promote attentiveness

  • Help control nervousness


Presentation skills

PRACTICE – Rehearsing (HOW)

  • Speak in front of mirror

  • Throw your voice – loud and listen to it

  • Record your voice on an audio tape and play back

  • Give a Video shoot of yourself done – this is how the audience see you

  • Do a dry run with a handpicked audience


Presentation skills

Body Language

  • Eye contact

  • Stand erect

  • Do not point at a participant

  • Do not move too frequently

  • Manage your hands


Presentation skills

Do’s

  • Limit the number of aids you use

  • Use it as an aid only

  • Be comfortable in using the aid

  • Keep your visual aids in a position of maximum visibility

  • Use the pointer to point, not accuse

  • If using an OHP or slide projector, put it “on” only for the duration for which it is required


Presentation skills

Don’ts

  • Put excessive information

  • Face the visual aid while using it

  • Try to talk and write at the same time

  • Stand infront of the visual aid

  • Leave blank illuminated screens, they cause distractions


Presentation skills

PRESENT

A few Tips

  • Always stand facing the audience

  • Stand in a central position

  • While using charts and boards stand to a side without blocking them

  • Avoid stepping between the screen and the projector


Presentation skills

PRESENT

A few Tips

  • Maintain appropriate social distance

  • Use non- threatening body - language


Presentation skills

PRESENT

A few Tips

  • Maintain appropriate social distance

  • Use non- threatening body - language


Presentation skills

THANK YOU

THANK YOU


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