PRESENTATION SKILLS

NAME: BHANU PRATAP KUSHWAHA DESIGNATION: SOFTWARE TESTING ENGINEER PROJECT: Gateway

Presentation Skills:
The activity of formally presenting something

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Rules for Effective Presentation
‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Select a good topic Gather the relevant information Develop a perfect content(Flow) Practice it Deliver it

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Template Design
‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Use standard(official) template Font size Color Background Pictures Animations Your creativity

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Organizing Your Presentation 
Introduce yourself and greet the audience Topic Outline the presentation Body Example or case study Summary
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The 5 Cs of Presentation
Clarity what you say should be clearly communicated to
the audience

Concision what you say should be concise and relevant
to the topic

Courtesy what you say and the way you say it should
convey respect for your audience

Comprehension what you say should be
comprehensible to your target audience

Completeness what you say should not omit necessary
information or content
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Planning for the Questions 
Anticipate the question that might come Listen carefully to the questioner Repeat or rephrase the question Answer clearly and concisely Go to the next question

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Avoid
‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Filthy languages Anger and emotions Specific comments (pointing) Coming late Jargons Abbreviation Grammatical/spelling errors

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Attributes of A Good Presenter
‡ Good listener ‡ Presence of mind ‡ Should know the topic ‡ Modulated Voice ‡ Self composed
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Know Your Audience 
Size Demographics Beliefs and Values Receptive/Antagonistic

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4 Major Areas of Importance While Presenting
1. Cognitive/Linguistic
e.g. fluency/accuracy of discourse

2. Non-verbal communication (kinesic)
e.g. body language facial expression, eye contact, hands/ gestures, dressing sense

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3. Vocal paralanguage
e.g. volume/ projection, intonation, pace, pitch, word strings/ juncture, emphasis, name

4. Timing and structure (pragmatic/ contextual)
e.g. organization, preparation, sense of purpose

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Delivering A Presentation 
Be Energetic- be enthusiastic Stay calm Have a broad understanding

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Overcoming Speech Anxiety 
Visualize Your Success Use Deep-breathing Techniques Focus on Message, not Fear Give Yourself a Mental Pep Talk

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TIPS
DOs:
Maintain good eye contact with ALL of the audience move your head to include everyone Pause appropriately; give the audience time to digest your points; emphasis key words and phrases; aim for stress timed delivery, not syllable-timed Pay attention to diction ; remember to articulate final consonant sounds

DON T s:
Read direct from your notes all the time Use excessive gestures, fidget, play with your hair/ tie etc. as this can be very distracting

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Just be yourself

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Steve Job is the most captivating presenter on world stage

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Do you know any outstanding Presenter ?

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The secret to become a good Presenter!
Presentation Skills The activity of formally presenting something Rules for Effective Presentation Select the Good topic Gather the relevant information Develop the great content(Flow) Practice it Deliver it Template design Use standard(official) template Font size Color Background Pictures Animations The 5 Cs of Presentation Clarity what you say should be clearly communicated to an audience Concision what you say should be concise and relevant to the topic Courtesy what you say and the way you say it should convey respect for your audience Comprehension what you say should be comprehensible to your target audience Completeness what you say should not omit necessary information or content Font size Color Background Pictures Animations The 5 Cs of Presentation Clarity what you say should be clearly communicated to an audience Concision what you say should be concise and relevant to the topic Avoid Filthy language Anger Specific comments (pointing) Coming late Jargons abbreviation Grammatical/spelling errors Attributes of Good Presenter Good listener Presence of mind Should know the topic Modulated Voice Self composed Know Your Audience avoid jargons
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The secret to become a good Presenter?
Presentation Skills The activity of formally presenting something Rules for Effective Presentation Select the Good topic Gather the relevant information Develop the great content(Flow) Practice it Deliver it Template design Use standard(official) template Font size Color Background Pictures Animations The 5 Cs of Presentation Clarity what you say should be clearly communicated to an audience Concision what you say should be concise and relevant to the topic Courtesy what you say and the way you say it should convey respect for your audience Comprehension what you say should be comprehensible to your target audience Completeness what you say should not omit necessary information or content Font size Color Background Pictures Animations The 5 Cs of Presentation Clarity what you say should be clearly communicated to an audience Concision what you say should be concise and relevant to the topic Avoid Filthy language Anger Specific comments (pointing) Coming late Jargons abbreviation Grammatical/spelling errors Attributes of Good Presenter Good listener Presence of mind Should know the topic Modulated Voice Self composed Know Your Audience avoid jargons
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The secret to become a good Presenter
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Your Every expression will leave some Impression !
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