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Show your Passion and Connect with your Audience. ...
Focus on your Audience's Needs. ...
Keep it Simple: Concentrate on your Core Message. ...
Smile and Make Eye Contact with your Audience. ...
Start Strongly. ...
Remember the 10-20-30 Rule for Slideshows. ...
Tell Stories.

Show your Passion and Connect with your Audience. ...
Focus on your Audience's Needs. ...
Keep it Simple: Concentrate on your Core Message. ...
Smile and Make Eye Contact with your Audience. ...
Start Strongly. ...
Remember the 10-20-30 Rule for Slideshows. ...
Tell Stories.

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  1. 1. University of South Asia Instructor : ASAD ALI SUBJECT : COMMUNICATION & INTERPERSONAL SKILLS MUHAMMAD ADEEL SHAKIR ROLL NO.B-21939 BSSE-A
  2. 2. What is Presentation How To Improve Our presentation. How to present PowerPoint or without PowerPoint Control The situation What not to do
  3. 3. There are few practical tips to present a good presentation. • 1-HOW TO SPEAK ? oYou have an ORAL presentation ─ make presentation emotional, speak “with hands”. o Speak to people, not to the screen — keep an eye-contact — “flirt” with the auditorium Show emotions
  4. 4. oSpeak not to fast and loud enough ─ Vary voice, change speed — pitch and volume oUse pauses / repeat important information — this allows listeners better to understand / remenmber — more complicated ideas
  5. 5. 2-How to present ?  CONSIDER THE AUDITORIUM AND IT’S CAPACITY  BE VERY CLEAR ABOUT YOUR KEY MESSAGE(S) — FOCUS ON ONE (OR MAXIMUM TWO) MAIN IDEA(S)  PRESENT RESULTS, BUT — DO NOT HOW SMART YOU ARE  DO NOT SHOW TOO MANY MATERIALS (SLIDES) AVOID COMPLICATED EQUATIONS , FIGURES, TABLES. COMPLICATED EQUATIONS
  6. 6. Slide
  7. 7. 3-powerpoint or without PowerPoint Arguably, ~90% of information is grasped by eyes Powerpoint is NOT MUST , but it helps 5-7 points per slides , no long text’s , unless quoting — Each bullet point should consist of an intelligible phrase
  8. 8. Speak 2-3 times per slide —This mean 15 minutes = 5-8 slides , exept photos • A good picture is worth a thousand words but • Avoid “fast moving pictures”. Last slide should be rather a conclusion which can be used for furthur question —not “Thank you..!!” (you can thank very well orally).
  9. 9. 4-Control The situation Be self confident but NOT arrogant —You are the expert on the topic ! Control the “CROWD”,don’t panic ! —It is just a nice chat.... —Smile! Be positive! But not too much ! —Don’t show closed
  10. 10. Be ready to sudden interventions/questions
  11. 11. 5-More technicalities Have a rest before presentation Stick to the time you have —Leave room for questions if not fixed Follow to listeners to be not boring —Make a joke at the start/end if appropriate —Surprise the auditorium in some other way Make your presentation different to other.
  12. 12. Dress nicely
  13. 13. What to say and when Give yourself the plenty of time
  14. 14. 6-What not to do • Stand on one leg. • Hit yourself or a table • Tab your pen • Turn your back on the audience • Wave your hands like your talking Italian • Put your thumbs in your pockets • Cross your arms and take a football pose • Try to smile at the audience if you are not too nervous.
  15. 15. Know your time limit
  16. 16.  summary Explain all the main key points 1-HOW TO SPEAK ? 2-How to present ? 3-powerpoint or without powerpoint 4-Control The situation 5-More technicalities 6-What not to do

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