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Winning Presentation Skills. Our journey. Great presenters Visual aids Overcoming nerves Presentation skills Stories. Why presentation skills?. What makes a great presenter?. Top turnoffs. Poor visuals Poor structure Repetitive habits Monotone/reading Disorganized Pacing.

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    1. Winning Presentation Skills

    2. Our journey • Great presenters • Visual aids • Overcoming nerves • Presentation skills • Stories

    3. Why presentation skills?

    4. What makes a great presenter?

    5. Top turnoffs • Poor visuals • Poor structure • Repetitive habits • Monotone/reading • Disorganized • Pacing

    6. Target your audience • It’s not about you • It’s about …

    7. The magic of 3 • 3 new things • 3 ‘tell them’s’ • 3 parts 1 2 3

    8. Structuring your presentation

    9. Our journey • Great presenters • Visual aids • Overcoming nerves • Presentation skills • Stories

    10. Why use visuals?

    11. Why use visuals? • Wharton School of Business found • Increased learning by up to 200% • Increased retention by up to 38% • Decreased time taken for complex explanations by 25% – 40%

    12. Design principles • Simple • Organised • Aim for understanding and retention • Take up whole screen • Always check for miztakes

    13. Text • Avoid paragraphs. They take a long time to read, are confusing for the eye and contain many words that could be eliminated. Keep it to key points only and use bullet points. Always delete unnecessary words. • 6 words per line • 6 lines per slide

    14. Capitals, font and underscore • You are wonderful • You are amazing • You are stupendous • You are awesome • You are inspirational • You are wonderful • You are amazing • You are stupendous • You are awesome • You are inspirational • YOU ARE WONDERFUL • YOU ARE AMAZING • YOU ARE STUPENDOUS • YOU ARE AWESOME • YOU ARE INSPIRATIONAL • YOU ARE WONDERFUL • YOU ARE AMAZING • YOU ARE STUPENDOUS • YOU ARE AWESOME • YOU ARE INSPIRATIONAL

    15. Font sizes • This is 14 point font • This is 16 point font • This is 18 point font • This is 20 point font • This is 22 point font • This is 24 point font • This is 26 point font • This is 28 point font • This is 32 point font

    16. Graphics • What do you notice first? I like you Your smile is great

    17. Colour combinations

    18. Our journey • Great presenters • Structure • Visual aids • Overcoming nerves • Presentation skills • Stories • Remembering • Questions

    19. Overcoming nerves

    20. Our journey • Great presenters • Visual aids • Overcoming nerves • Presentation skills • Stories

    21. Rapport

    22. Verbal • Intentional • Talk ‘with’ not ‘at’ audience • Avoid jargon • Use first person, ie ‘I’, ‘we’ • Unintentional • Perceived as lack of knowledge • Talk in ‘ideas’ not ‘words’ to decrease

    23. The ums and aahs • How engineers test bridges to work out the load limit • The patterns snow flakes make as they fall down • How kettles know to turn themselves off when the water boils • Things Eskimos do in igloos during snowstorms • What to do if you accidentally step in a crocodile nest • How designers work out how big to make seats in sports stadiums

    24. Ways different people learn and communicate • See • Hear • Feel • Self talk (in your head)

    25. See - Hear - Feel • Your first day at school • The best time you have ever had at the beach • The best birthday party you have had or been to • Sailing around the world on a yacht • Riding a push bike down hill without brakes • Going on a ride at a theme park, school fete or Ekka • Ice skating or snow skiing for the first time

    26. Charismatic arms • Your favourite place in the world • The best time you have ever had at the beach • The best birthday party you have had or been to • The best holiday you ever had • Riding a push bike down hill without brakes • Going on a ride at a theme park, school fete or Ekka • Someone who inspires you • Bungee jumping • Being caught in a hail storm

    27. Become The Topic ... You are ... • A shopping trolley that has been converted into a go cart for downhill racing • A sock worn on a wilderness trek for 4 days • A pair of missing pyjamas that have been under the bed for 2 years • A ping pong ball in a tournament • A tennis ball in the Wimbledon finals • A camera owned by a wildlife photographer • A fish being chased by a shark

    28. Use Emotion • Christmas shopping • Playing in the finals for your favourite sport • You are a spy talking your way out of being caught in a high security nuclear plant • You are explaining to your mum why it would be a good idea to have a pet toad • Telling your parents that you deserve an iPhone for Christmas • Convincing your parents to take you with them when they go on an overseas holiday (even though you will miss some school)

    29. Questions

    30. Our journey • Great presenters • Visual aids • Overcoming nerves • Presentation skills • Stories

    31. I have a dream …

    32. Tell A Story • People remember it (and you) • You remember where you are up to • It is more interesting

    33. Our journey • Great presenters • Visual aids • Overcoming nerves • Presentation skills • Stories

    34. Thank you “May the road rise to meet you. May the wind be always at your back. May the sun shine warm on your face. May the rains fall soft upon your fields and until we meet again may Life hold you softly in the palm of Her hand.” – Old Gaelic Blessing Extollo Pty LtdGPO Box 783BRISBANE QLD 4001 (07) 3229-4822 www.extollo.com www.LifeSkiller.com