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PUBLIC SPEAKING: HOW TO NAIL AN INTERESTING PRESENTATION

DELASALLEUNIVERSITY MARIABETTINARAMOSMANGUBAT


• Topic 1: Use Different Methods To Communicate • Topic 2: It’s In The Presentation Details • Topic 3: Full-Form Delivery

TOPICS TO BE PRESENTE D

• Topic 4: Preparation Time Is Never Wasted Time • Topic 5: It’s All About Them • Topic 6: Allow Questions • Topic 7: Be The Expert In The Room • Topic 8: Get To The Point • Topic 9: Planning To Communicate


• There are two parts to communication: 1. What you say (the message) 2. How you say it (the

presentation)

• Using pure verbal communication is the most common mistake made when presenting • Your message can be packaged in anything from a video or drama, to a picture or graph

1. USE DIFFERENT METHODS TO COMMUNICATE


• A picture is worth a thousand words • It is always essential to look at every single aspect of your presentation and ask yourself “Does this communicate my message effectively?"

2. IT’S IN THE PRESENTATION DETAILS


• Only 10% of your communication is verbal • Your clothes and body languages are equally as important • Give It To Them Straight • The first thing someone hears or sees should clearly present your message to your audience just as much as your closing statement.

3. FULLFORM DELIVERY


• People’s attention spans are getting shorter and shorter • Some people like stories and details; others just want the highlights and headlines • Research what you are saying, and whom you are saying it to

4. PREPARATION TIME IS NEVER WASTED TIME


• Your audience wants you to succeed. • No one wants to listen to a nervous speaker • People want to learn and they want the information you have • Give them exactly what they want

5. IT’S ALL ABOUT THEM


• You have two ears and one mouth for a reason – to listen twice as much as you speak • It’s About Them • Asking people questions about themselves is incredibly useful • They don’t need to think very much when talking about themselves. • Ultimately, your message and presentation revolves around your audience, not you

6. ALLOW QUESTIONS


• Whatever you say, say it confidently • Eliminate Bad Habits • People will pick up on the subtle things you do when you communicate • Don’t Lie To Your Audience • Try to anticipate questions about what you’re presenting as best you can, and come prepared to answer them.

7. BE THE EXPERT IN THE ROOM


• Get to the point and repeat your point. • The objective for this article for example is ‘to teach someone how to communicate better’

8. GET TO THE POINT


• Write out in as few words as possible, what you want to say. • When you know your key points, you can plan your presentation to highlight those points. • Using repetition and emphasis ensure the message marks the audience • Find your voice. Your ‘voice’ is a term used to describe your unique and authentic perspective, which you should nurture and cherish.

9. PLANNING TO COMMUNICATE


THANK YOU VERY MUCH!

PUBLIC SPEAKING: HOW TO NAIL AN INTERESTING PRESENTATION


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