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Title: Creating Successful Presentations


1
Creating Successful Presentations
  • A How-to guide on creating powerful presentations
    about human trafficking, while utilizing
    Guy Kawasakis 10-20-30 Presentation
    Rule

2
  • There is no such thing as presentation
    talent, it is called presentation skills.
  • -David JP Phillips

3
What Makes a Presentation Successful?
  • Present your message, goals, and mission with
    clear conviction
  • Presentation tools like Prezi, SlideShare and
    PowerPoint can be used for
  • Trainings
  • Describing your mission
  • Community outreach
  • Awareness-building activities

4
  • Simplicity is the ultimate
  • form of sophistication.
  • -Leonardo Da Vinci

5
Simple Structure
  • Guy Kawasakis 10-20-30 Rule
  • 10 Ten informative slides per presentation
  • 20 Twenty minute presentation
  • 30 Minimum thirty-point font size

6
Why 10?
  • Slides should outline material
  • Focus on who you are, what you do, and why it
    matters
  • Branding
  • Your image is your brand
  • Incorporate what makes you different on each
    slide, because people will pay attention and are
    more likely to respond

7
Why 20?
  • Studies show that the average attention span for
    an adult watching a presentation is twenty
    minutes
  • Taking breaks
  • You can extend the audiences attention span by
    taking short breaks
  • Examples of effective breaks a blank slide, a
    short story, or a demonstration

8
Why 30?
  • Ensures that audience can read your slides
  • Forces you to know your material
  • Word Count
  • 30 point font keeps word count low
  • 40 words per slide
  • When possible, substitute images for words

9
  • We all love stories
  • stories affirm who we are.
  • -Andrew Stanton

10
Engaging Stories
  • Revolve around a central question, for which you
    are proposing a solution
  • Make numbers relevant by putting them into terms
    your audience understands
  • Inspire anticipation, wonder, and curiosity
  • Always express a take-home message
  • Be passionate

11
Beyond the Presentation
  • Practice makes perfect
  • Simplify
  • Dont use clichés
  • Learn from the experts
  • Keep your audience in mind

Image by Hubspot
12
THANK YOU!
13
Contact us for Questions and Assistance!
  • Human Exploitation Trafficking
  • (H.E.A.T.) Watch
  • Email info_at_heat-watch.org
  • Main Website www.heat-watch.org
  • Online Toolkit Toolkit.heat-watch.org
  • Facebook.com/AlamedaCountyDAHEAT
  • Twitter.com/HEATWatch
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