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By Alaa Adel Ahmed El sherbiny
Introduction (The 7 Aspects of a Dynamic Presentation) Preparations & Planning Building Your Talk Delivery Methods Body Language Overcoming your fear Finding Your Voice Creating Visual Aids Questions & Answer Summary
Nobody is Born a speaker
How we gain knowledge«?
7 Aspects of a Dynamic Presentation
Speaker Message Preparation Audience Channel Feedback Noise
2. Preparation & Planning
Fail To Prepare Prepare To Fail
1. Setting an objective 2. Researching your audience 3. Creating a map of ideas 4. Selection
Your Objective Must Be«
S M A R T
Specific Measurable Audience related Realistic Time
2. Researching your Audience
3. Creating a Map of Ideas
- Take a look at each idea in the map and assess it against your objective. - Take into consideration how your audience will react. Select material that will satisfy their needs and expectations. - Be very selective. One or two good points are better than too many disorganized points.
3. Building Your Talk
Components of a Talk: 1. Open 2. Body 3. Close
Structure of a Presentation
Introduction (Opening) Body
Tell, Tell, Tell
- Tell them what you are going to tell (opening)
- Tell them (Body )
- Tell them what you told them (close)
1. The Opening
Your opening should contain the following elements:
Attention Benefits Credentials Direction and Destination
1. Ask a Question ³Have you any idea how much the company spends on taxes? 2. Quotation ³Advertisements are the only truths to be believed in a newspaper´
3. Anecdotes ³Tell a short story. (Preferably a personal one)´ 4. Shock Openings ³You are wasting your time sitting here listening to me«..unless you are prepared to act on my suggestions.´
5. Historical Background ³Twenty years ago this hall was a public park´ 6. Show them your Credentials Show them how you have come to be qualified to talk about the subject. Example: ³During the past 4 years, I have supervised the computerization of records for 6 different companies, so I know the kind of problems that you are facing here´
2. The Body
Give your listeners a framework Summarize after each of your points Select a structure
Problem/Solution Structure Chronological Structure Topical Structure (Case) Theory/Practice Structure
3. The Close
End on a positive note
Don¶t make it sudden Don¶t include any new material in the close
Different methods for ending your talk
³in conclusion´ ³finally´ ³to sum up´
All indicate that you are about to finish
2. Ask for Action
³Therefore, I am asking you to vote for the increase in the budget.´
3. Ask a Question
³Effective when you have proposed a solution to a problem.´ Example: ³Now that you have heard my proposal, the decision is with you: what do you think?
4. Delivery Methods
HOW am I supposed to deliver my Presentation?
This is the worst method of delivery It lacks Enthusiasm, Sincerity & Vitality. Why?
You can¶t keep good eye contact. Your body language is restricted. You will sound unnatural and therefore insincere. You¶ll never be a convincing speaker. Script dependence «
All your energy will be directed inwards instead of outwards.
Your talk will sound mechanical. Forgetting one line can lead to losing track of the entire talk.
3. Speak Extemporaneously
This is the most effective method
Plan your talk Strong Beginning Conclusive Ending Speak Sincerely
5. Body Language
HOW am I supposed to use my BODY ?
2 . Eye contact
4. Position & Posture