By- Prof.

Suyog Amrutrao

“Orators are born, Presenters are made.”






Basic problem for Presenter
Physical Skills
Know your audience
Data Organizing
Formal Dressing
Body Language
Using of Visuals

What do you want
audience to : 

Think?
INFORM THEM.
Feel?
CONVINCE THEM.
Do?
MOTIVATE THEM.

Before

Know your subject
Rehearse
Sleep well
Arrive early
Take little water
Don’t have heavy
eating




At Start & During

Take deep breaths
Pause. Establish eye
contact
Speak s-l-o-w-l-y
Control first 90 seconds
Don’t memorise
Don’t apologise





Who are they?
What do they
expect?
Who makes the
decisions?
Who influences
them?
Who’s my
competition?





Eye Contact
gesture
Standing ( Location)
Body language
Appearance



Energy
Volume
Pace
Non-Words






Objective
Agenda
Body
Problem
Recommendation
Evidence

Dialogue towards
agreement
Next steps


Objective
Agenda
Body

Point 1
Point 2
Point 3

Conclusion










Amusement ( Fun)
Contempt ( Dislike)
Contentment ( Satisfaction)
Embarrassment ( Humbleness)
Excitement ( Thrill)
Guilt ( Blame)
Pride in achievement
Relief
Sensory pleasure
Shame

A gesture is a form of non-verbal communication in which visible bodily
actions communicate particular messages, whereas posture is a stance
and/or alignment as compared to a balanced position for the human body.
Body language is the nonverbal, usually unconscious, communication
through the use of postures, gestures, facial expressions, and the like.
A gesture is a form of non-verbal communication in which visible bodily
actions communicate particular messages, either in place of speech or
together and in parallel with spoken words. Gestures include movement of
the hands, face, or other parts of the body.
The word "posture" comes from the Latin verb "ponere" which is defined as
"to put or place." The general concept of human posture refers to "the
carriage of the body as a whole, the attitude of the body, or the position of
the limbs (the arms and legs)."
Webster's New World Medical Dictionary defines "neutral posture" as the
stance which is attained "when the joints are not bent and the spine is
aligned and not twisted." In this position, a person is able to completely and
optimally attain balance and proportion of his or her body mass and
framework, based on his or her physical limitations. Good posture optimizes
breathing and affects the circulation of bodily fluids.











Trouser and Shirt. Punjabi Dress or Saree.
Clean, With Press
Color combination
New dress for Interview
Shoes- Formal and Sport
Sox
Heavy Make-up
Jewelry
Additional carrying
Perfume
Hats and Head Covering

Talk to the audience

Don’t read

Sensory impact:
- Visuals 55%
- Tone
38%
- Content 7%

Focus attention

Serve as notes

Highlight key points

Touch-Turn-Talk

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Enjoy
your
presentation