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PwC Toastmasters Participant Handbook

PwC Toastmasters Participant Handbook

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PricewaterhouseCoopersLeadership inPublic SpeakingManual for Participants
 
Presenting and speaking with ease and confidence
 
 
 
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Contents
Introduction .................................................................................................................. 4
 
Chapter 1 Projects Overview .......................................................................................... 5
 
Chapter 2 Workshop Agenda and Roles ....................................................................... 10
 
Project 1 The Elevator Pitch.......................................................................................... 13
 
Project 2 Structure your Presentation ........................................................................... 17
 
Project 3 Straight to the Point ...................................................................................... 23
 
Project 4 Simply Speaking ............................................................................................ 29
 
Project 5 Speaking with your Body ............................................................................... 33
 
Project 6 Vocal Variety ................................................................................................. 39
 
Project 7 Speaking with Facts and Figures .................................................................... 43
 
Project 8 Speaking with Visual Aids.............................................................................. 47
 
Project 9 Persuade with Power ..................................................................................... 54
 
Project 10 Inspire with Confidence............................................................................... 59
 
Making Impromptu speeches ....................................................................................... 64
 
What’s next? ............................................................................................................... 66
 
 
 
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Introduction
USE OF THIS MANUAL
Congratulations on taking the important step in developing yourself as a confident andeffective leader in public speaking. Inspired by the Toastmasters Programme, this programmeis made up of 10 different presentation projects, with increasing level of difficulty per project.An overview of all 10 projects with their respective objectives are described on the nextchapter.To participate in this programme,
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You can choose any topic or subject for your presentation for each project
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You will prepare for each project based on the guidelines described in this manual
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During the workshop, you will deliver your presentation and receive a personalisedevaluation from a designated evaluator
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As you progress in this programme, you can take on different roles during theworkshop (for example as an evaluator for your colleagues, as an “Ah”counter, as atable topics master). For details of these different roles, please see the Chapter Two:Workshop agenda and Roles.
PRESENTERS CHECKLIST
 
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Bring this manual to the workshop whenever you are scheduled to speak.
 
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Review your talk with your coach / mentor within your department before theworkshop.
 
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Discuss any special points with your evaluator for your speech before giving yourspeech.
 
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Give the evaluator your manual before you present, so he or she can make writtencomments on your presentation.
 
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Have the L&D facilitator initial the Evaluation Form after you complete each project.This will give you credit toward your certificate as a competent presenter.
 
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Don’t be discouraged if your evaluator "missed the point." Evaluators have varyingdegrees of experience in presenting, and evaluation is a "leam by doing" skill, just aspresenting is.
 

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