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Title: Presentation Skills


1
Presentation Skills
presented by YOUR NAME HERE YOUR CONTACT INFO
NAME OF ORGANIZATION
2
Course Objectives
  • After completing this workshop, the learner will
    be able to
  • Design presentations that inform,
  • persuade, and entertain an audience.
  • Speak effectively in a variety of
  • situations.
  • Use presentational tools and
  • techniques to keep audiences
  • engaged.

3
Presentation Skills Day One Agenda
  • Overview
  • Our messages
  • Overcoming fears
  • Designing presentations
  • Impromptu speaking
  • Action plan

4
Overview
What am I doing here?
5
Introductions
  • Find out something unusual about this person
  • Strange pet?
  • Unusual hobby?
  • Met someone famous?
  • Been somewhere interesting?
  • Favorite saying?

6
Assessment
Avoiders
Resisters
Reluctants
Enthusiasts
7
Types of Presentations
Informational
Instructional
Persuasive
Inspirational
8
ABCs of Presentations
  • Accurate
  • Brief
  • Clear

9
Our Messages
Words (verbal liking)
Tone (vocal liking)
Body language (facial liking)
10
Red Flag Statements
  • Weve always done it that way.
  • That wont work.
  • But
  • Thats something weve never tried.
  • What if we tried
  • Silence

11
Tone
Im so happy to be here with you today.
12
Body Language
  • Face
  • Eye contact
  • Gesture
  • Posture
  • Movement

13
Overcoming Nervousness
  • Breathe.
  • Practice, practice, practice.
  • Connect with the audience.
  • Focus on the message.
  • Do some exercises.

14
Constructing Presentations
  • Plan
  • Design
  • Write

15
Purpose
  • Can you define your purpose for speaking in a
    single sentence?

16
Whats in It for Me?
  • Who are they?
  • What are their needs?
  • What knowledge do they have?
  • What do you want them to know, do, or feel?

17
Brainstorming
  • Set criteria.
  • Dont judge ideas.
  • Focus on quantity, not quality.
  • Use mind mapping.
  • Try piggybacking.

18
Parts of the Presentation
  • Opening
  • Body
  • Closing
  • 2nd closing

19
Impromptu Speaking
  • Networking
  • Meetings
  • Project reports

20
S-E-T Formula
S E T
hort answer
vidence
ransition
21
The Elevator Speech
  • 60 seconds maximum
  • Key points only
  • Prepare in advance

22
Practice Session
  • Choose one question.
  • Answer it using the S-E-T Formula.
  • Practice, practice, practice.
  • Present!

23
Action Plan
Decide on a topic for next sessions
presentation.
24
Presentation Skills
presented by YOUR NAME HERE YOUR CONTACT INFO
NAME OF ORGANIZATION
25
Presentation Skills Day Two Agenda
  • Review of the first day
  • Writing your presentation
  • Delivering your presentation
  • Practice sessions
  • Speakers toolkit
  • Action plan

26
Building Rapport
  • Finding commonalities
  • Using body language
  • Observing and adjusting

27
Writing Your Presentation
  • Opening
  • Body
  • Closing
  • QA
  • Second closing

28
Delivering Your Presentation
  • Advance Preparation

29
Delivering Your Presentation
  • The Day of the Presentation

30
Delivering Your Presentation
  • Presenting the Program

31
Delivering Your Presentation
  • Gestures

32
Delivering Your Presentation
  • Your Audience

33
Learning Styles
Visual
Auditory
Tactile and Kinesthetic
34
Visual Aids
  • Handouts
  • Flipcharts
  • Slide shows
  • Videos
  • Overheads
  • Props

35
Flipcharts
  • Size of letters
  • Color
  • Graphics
  • Posting pages
  • Touch, turn, and tell

36
Using Microsoft PowerPoint Software
  • Rule of sevens
  • Effective graphics
  • Presenting with PowerPoint
  • Equipment failure

37
Challenging Situations
  • The Stone
  • The Sniper
  • And more
  • The Talker

38
Using Humor
  • To improve retention
  • To make a point
  • To diffuse frustration
  • To create rapport
  • To reduce stress
  • To have fun

39
QA Sessions
  • Answering questions
  • Prepared questions
  • Parking lot
  • Common questions
  • Second closing

40
Practice Session
  • Review any topic from this class
  • Teach a process
  • Tell a story

41
Evaluations
  • What did they do that you liked?
  • What would you like to see more or less of in
    this presentation?

42
Activities
  • Icebreakers
  • Energizers
  • Exercises
  • Role play
  • Roundtables
  • Discussions
  • Panels

43
Speaking Opportunities
  • Clubs and organizations
  • Training sessions
  • College classes
  • Meetings at which you facilitate

44
Continued Development
  • Self
  • Audience
  • Peer
  • Mentor
  • Recordings

45
Action Plan
Teach one process from this class
Prepare an elevator speech Commit to one
presentation
24 Hours
7 Days
30 Days
46
Presentation Skills
YOUR NAME HERE YOUR CONTACT INFO
NAME OF ORGANIZATION
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