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Title: EFFECTIVE PRESENTATION SKILLES BY BY PROF.SOHEIR SAAD


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Effective Presentation Skills
SOHEIR SAAD SHAKER Professors of
Pathology Al-Azhar University
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WELCOME
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Please introduce yourself
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CODE OF CONDUCT
Always smile
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CODE OF CONDUCT
Turn off your mobiles
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CODE OF CONDUCT
Food and drinks are not allowed
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CODE OF CONDUCT
If you want Question please raise your hand
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CODE OF CONDUCT
Struggle to be on time
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Great speakers arent born,they are trained.
Presenting Is A Skill Developed Through Training
And Experience
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5 Presentation Tips
  1. Smile
  2. Breathe
  3. Water
  4. Notes
  5. Finish on, or under time

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Pre-Assignment Review
  • The purpose of the pre-assignment is to get you
    thinking about the topic of Public Speaking.
  • As a pre-assignment, think about the most
    effective presentation or speech you have ever
    heard. Keep it in mind during the day to help
    identify practical applications for the tools and
    techniques that we discuss.

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RULES FOR PRESENTERS
  • Respect your Audience
  • Think like a listener
  • Write like a speaker
  • Be interesting
  • Break down the Barriers
  • Maintain rapport

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Agenda
  • Introduction
  • Objectives
  • Know your audience !!!
  • What Youll Learn
  • Training Methods
  • Why Most of Presentation are Unbearable
  • Criteria Of Effective presentation
  • Summary Conclusion

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Introduction
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Why Give A Presentation?
  • Three Main Purposes
  • Inform
  • Persuade (Influence)
  • Educate

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What is effective presentation skills?
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What is effective presentation skills?
(5 min)
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Definition of Presentation Skills?
  • Presentation skills basically refer to the
    ability to communicate in an effective way
    whether in small or large groups.
  • The process involves explaining and showing the
    content of either a topic to an audience.
  • To be an effective communicator, one has to keep
    on practicing so as to become efficient and
    effective.

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Agenda
  • Introduction
  • Objectives
  • Know your audience !!!
  • Training Methods
  • Why Most of Presentation are Unbearable
  • Criteria Of Effective presentation
  • Summary Conclusion

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Objectives for Today
By the end of the session, participants will be
able to
Use PowerPoint effectively
Utilize eye contact, body language and voice to
their advantage in a presentation
APPLY the 3 As in preparing content for a
presentation
Respond to questions in an effective manner
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Agenda
  • Introduction
  • Objectives
  • Know your audience !!!
  • Training Methods
  • Why Most of Presentation are Unbearable
  • Criteria Of Effective presentation
  • Summary Conclusion

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Analyze the audience.
Discussions
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Know your audience !!!
  • Success depends on your
  • ability to reach your audience
  • Size
  • Demographics
  • Knowledge level
  • Motivation
  • Why are they attending?
  • What do THEY expect?

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Agenda
  • Introduction
  • Objectives
  • Know your audience !!!
  • What Youll Learn
  • Training Methods
  • Why Most of Presentation are Unbearable
  • Criteria Of Effective presentation
  • Summary Conclusion

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What Youll Learn
  • Planning Content
  • Getting started with Power Point
  • Displaying Text
  • Creating charts and graphs
  • Creating slide animations and transition
  • Preparing new slides for presentationn
  • Printing slides, notes and handouts

What Youll Learn
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Prepare a presentation outline
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Prepare a presentation outline
  • Time the presentation so that it has a beginning,
    a middle, and an end.
  • -Introduction (a beginning so it opens well)
  • -Body (a middle so it moves along well)
  • -Conclusion (an end so it finishes well)

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Prepare a presentation outline
  • Use visual aids of some type. In almost all
    circumstances, presentation with visual aids is
    more effective than a stand-alone monologue.
  • To enhance the effectiveness of delivery,
    decide where and when to include visuals.
  • - Handout
  • - Chart pad
  • - Erasable board /chalkboard, where
    available
  • - Slideshow

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Agenda
  • Introduction
  • Objectives
  • Know your audience !!!
  • What Youll Learn
  • Training Methods
  • Why Most of Presentation are Unbearable
  • Criteria Of Effective presentation
  • Summary Conclusion

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Training Methods
Presentations
Discussions
Demonstrations
Brainstorming
Role plays
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Agenda
  • Introduction
  • Objectives
  • Know your audience !!!
  • What Youll Learn
  • Training Methods
  • Why Most of Presentation are Unbearable
  • Criteria Of Effective presentation
  • Summary Conclusion

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Why Most of Presentation are Unbearable ?
Why Most of Presentation are Unbearable
Why Most of Presentation are Unbearable
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More Than 400 Million Uses The power Point
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More Than 4 Million Presentations Everyday
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A Million Presentation Per Hour
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Most of Them Are Unbearable
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WHY Dose It Happen
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A Presentation Is Not A Power Point You Are The
Presentation
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A Presentation Is Not A Power Point You Are The
Presentation
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Agenda
  • Introduction
  • Objectives
  • Know your audience !!!
  • What Youll Learn
  • Training Methods
  • Why Most of Presentation are Unbearable
  • Criteria Of Effective presentation
  • Summary Conclusion

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The Voice
  • C Clear the use of simple, easily understood
    words and phrases
  • L Loud (enough) it is important that everyone
    can hear you
  • A Assertive a bright and confident air born of
    knowledge of the subject and good preparation
  • P Pause it is essential to allow the listeners
    time to digest what you have said

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BODY LANGUAGE SHOWS
  • Openness
  • Frustration
  • Defensiveness
  • Confidence
  • Active listening
  • Nervousness

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UNDERSTANDING NON VERBAL CUES
  • Openness
  • Open hands.
  • Palms up.
  • Smiling face
  • Open arms

Frustration
Defensiveness
Confidence
  • Arms crosses
  • on chest.
  • Fist lik Gestures.
  • Pointing index
  • finger
  • Back straight.
  • Running hands
  • through hair.
  • Rubbing back of
  • the neck.
  • Frowning
  • expressions
  • Purposeful
  • movement
  • Eye contact

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Agenda
  • Introduction
  • Objectives
  • Know your audience !!!
  • What Youll Learn
  • Training Methods
  • Why Most of Presentation are Unbearable
  • Criteria Of Effective presentation
  • Summary Conclusion

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Summary Conclusion
  • Guide audience gently
  • Design slides carefully
  • Use pauses effectively
  • Answer questions inclusively

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WRAPPING UP
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Thank You!
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