Formal Presentaion

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Published on July 12, 2014

Author: kalhanstream

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Formal presentation: Formal presentation What is a formal presentation: What is a formal presentation Presentations give you the opportunity to share and receive feedback on your ideas and research findings. Formal vs. informal: Formal vs. informal Three Main Purposes of a presentation: Three Main Purposes of a presentation Inform/Educate Persuade/inspire Amuse/Entertain planning your presentation: planning your presentation Determine purpose Know your audience Plan Space Decide on d ay and t ime Organizing your presentation   : Draft the Introduction . Concentrate on the Middle and Conclusion . Organize your argument and support Finally, return to your Introduction Organizing your presentation   Designing the Slides   : Designing the Slides   Slides should support your message Visual presentations and written reports speak different languages Keep the slides simple Using Appropriate Visuals: Using Appropriate Visuals Include one message per visual Let your audience read or listen (not both ) Keep the effects simple Manage your colors Use minimalist backgrounds Proofread carefully Practicing the Delivery: Practicing the Delivery Create note cards Practice in front of friends Visit the location if possible Remember “Murphy’s laws” Anticipate questions and challenges Building rapport: Building rapport Interact before the meeting starts Follow the three-second rule Minimize the distance Illuminate your face Make your examples personal How to present effectively: How to present effectively Control anxiety Audience centered Accomplishes objective Fun for audience Fun for you Conducted within time frame Presentation Outline: Presentation Outline Keyword reminders Conversational flow Flexibility More responsive to audience Managing questions and answers: Managing questions and answers Establish the ground rules Kick start the questions Listen to the entire question Repeat each question Answer to the entire audience Do not answer if you don’t know PowerPoint Presentation: “There are always three speeches, for every one you actually gave. The one you practiced, the one you gave, and the one you wish you gave.” – Dale Carnegie

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