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  1. Bill Kelly Chameleon Associates

  2. About Us • We were founded in 2006 • We have experience in both the public and private sectors • Our team has expertise in a wide range of subjects including: • Sales & marketing • Team building • Education • Pricing • Change Management • Strategic Planning • Etc….

  3. What we do • We’re a training company • We deliver training for: • Schools • Colleges • Businesses • Individuals • Our education courses cover: • Motivation • Communication Skills • Personal Development • Our Business courses include: • Presentation Skills • Dealing with Difficult People • Leadership

  4. the Audience that’s you!

  5. The BIGGEST mistakes Ever…

  6. using a screen like a sheet of paper

  7. creating a presentation as a document

  8. The tools you need…

  9. Not all presentations are the same Introduce your Company or Organisation Sell a new product or service Support a bid or proposal Launch an idea or concept Training workshops Internal reporting

  10. The Basic Steps Your Objectives Know the Audience Information Create the middle Craft the ending Create a beginning Visual Aids/Handouts

  11. Why am I doing this presentation? What do I want to get from it? How long do I have? Your objectives

  12. Why am I doing this presentation? Your objectives

  13. Persuade Inform Teach Motivate Train Sell Entertain

  14. My Objectives

  15. Why am I doing this presentation? What do I want to get from it? How long do I have?

  16. I want you to leave today believing that you can create and deliver truly memorable and effective presentations.

  17. I want you to be aware of the mistakes other people make when presenting. So you can learn from them and become better.

  18. I want you to understand just how important it is that you are able to communicate your organisation’s core messages to you target audiences.

  19. I want you to start you on the path to becoming presenters that others worry about following.

  20. I want you to tell other people how much they would benefit from my workshops.

  21. Knowing the Audience Why am I doing this presentation? What might the audience already know? What do I want them to know? What do I want them to do?

  22. How well do you know your Audience? Knowledge Experience Interests Goals Needs Formality

  23. Everyone has a preferred way of absorbing information

  24. Learning Styles Seeing Visual Hearing Auditory Doing Kinaesthetic Emotion Feelings

  25. Creating the Content

  26. A presentation should tell a story… “Once upon a time…….” “There was a princess…….” “And they all lived happily ever after…….”

  27. Engage the audience Context Relevance Actions Consequences

  28. Create a Middle

  29. How things could be Perfect Future Context Relevance Actions How things are now Consequences

  30. Information

  31. Why am I doing this presentation? What might the audience already know? What do I want them to know? What do I want them to do?

  32. Why am I doing this presentation? What do I want to get from it? How long do I have? Your objectives

  33. Minutes 5 10 15 Key Points 3 4 5 Words 750 1500 2250 A4 1 page 3 pages 4 pages

  34. 10 Minutes About 1500 words 4 main points 15 Minutes About 2250 words 5 main points 5 Minutes About 750 words 3 main points

  35. remember… YOU ARE NOT WRITING AN ESSAY!

  36. So how long will it take to put all my stuff together in a presentation?

  37. And when should I start?

  38. The amount of time required to develop a presentation is directly proportional to how high the stakes are. Source: “Slideology” – Nancy Duarte

  39. Far longer than you imagine Source: Me

  40. Between 5 and 50 times the length of your presentation

  41. Your Objectives Know the Audience Information Create the middle Craft the ending Create a beginning Visual Aids/Handouts

  42. "I am sorry this is such a long letter. I did not have time to write a short one.“ Blaise Pascal

  43. Why am I doing this presentation? What might the audience already know? What do I want them to know? What do I want them to do?