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Powerful Presentation skill

Presentation Skills for everyone

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Powerful Presentation skill

  1. 1. Become a Professional Speaker Deliver Effective Presentations
  2. 2. Everyone Want to BE Best Speaker
  3. 3. VS Trainer Style Teacher Style What is your Dream
  4. 4. Trainer Style
  5. 5. “Great speakers are by Birth” ?
  6. 6. They are Trained
  7. 7. There is Short Cut to Be Good Speaker
  8. 8. Solutions
  9. 9. Presentation is a Skill… Developed through experience and training.
  10. 10. Stages of Mastery 1st Level Practice
  11. 11. Stages of Mastery 1st Level Practice 2nd Level More Practice
  12. 12. Stages of Mastery 1st Level Practice 2nd Level More Practice 3rd Level Lots of Practice
  13. 13. Speak without any slides Start Practice
  14. 14. Speak without any slides Speak in front of Someone Start Practice
  15. 15. Speak without any slides Speak in front of Someone Record your Performance Start Practice
  16. 16. Speak without any slides Speak in front of Someone Record your Performance Use proper GesturesPosture Start Practice
  17. 17. Speak without any slides Speak in front of Someone Record your Performance Use proper GesturesPosture Use proper Voice Tone Start Practice
  18. 18. Speak without any slides Speak in front of Someone Record your Performance Know your AudiencePlace Use proper GesturesPosture Use proper Voice Tone Start Practice
  19. 19. Speak without any slides Speak in front of Someone Record your Performance Know your AudiencePlace Use proper GesturesPosture Use proper Voice Tone Start PracticeTrainer
  20. 20. Ready for 1st Presentation ?
  21. 21. Fear of Public Speaking!
  22. 22. DON’T WORRY
  23. 23. Completely Natural
  24. 24. Presentation Checkups
  25. 25. Presentation Delivery
  26. 26. Establish Credibility By Your Experiences & Competencies
  27. 27. Develop Audience Interest By Story Telling Questions Pictures
  28. 28. AudienceAttentionLevel Start End High Low Time Develop Audience Interest
  29. 29. AudienceAttentionLevel Start End High Low Time Develop Audience Interest
  30. 30. AudienceAttentionLevel Start End High Low Time Develop Audience Interest
  31. 31. AudienceAttentionLevel Start End High Low Time Develop Audience Interest
  32. 32. AudienceAttentionLevel Start End High Low Time Maintain this Attention Level Develop Audience Interest
  33. 33. AudienceAttentionLevel Start End High Low Time Develop Audience Interest
  34. 34. AudienceAttentionLevel Start End High Low Time Maintain this Attention Level After every 5-10 Minutes Develop Audience Interest After every 5-10 Minutes After every 5-10 Minutes After every 5-10 Minutes After every 5-10 Minutes After every 5-10 Minutes
  35. 35. How to Maintain Audience Level of Attention?
  36. 36. Strategies Posing Questions Telling Stories Varying Voice Level Taking Pause
  37. 37. Remember: 1-3 Minute per Slide as Guideline
  38. 38. • Emphasize points • Highlights • Audience attention Personal Approach: Gestures
  39. 39. • Volume - Speak to be heard • Modulation - Vary the voice • Pause - Make emphasis with pause Personal Approach: Voice
  40. 40. Personal Approach: Eye Contact • For Involvement • For Trust/support • For Interest • For Spontaneous reaction
  41. 41. Personal Approach: Breath • Breathing deeper for – Volume – Control – Emphasis • Don't lose your breath
  42. 42. Presentation Delivery: Problems Verbal Fillers: Avoid or Minimize Um Uh Like Er Kind Of You Know
  43. 43. Presentation Delivery: Problems • Avoid Swaying, rocking, and pacing • Avoid Hands in pockets • Avoid Lip smacking • Avoid Fidgeting • Avoid Failure to be audience centered
  44. 44. Every One can be an effective presenter Conclusion
  45. 45. Every One can be an effective presenter Create First Impression Conclusion
  46. 46. Every One can be an effective presenter Create First Impression Don't Read Slides Conclusion
  47. 47. Every One can be an effective presenter Create First Impression Don't Read Slides Use proper Gestures & Voice Tone Conclusion
  48. 48. Every One can be an effective presenter Create First Impression Don't Read Slides End Presentation with Thanks & Use proper Gestures & Voice Tone Read Faces of Audience Conclusion
  49. 49. Every One can be an effective presenter Create First Impression Don't Read Slides End Presentation with Thanks & Use proper Gestures & Voice Tone Read Faces of Audience Conclusion
  50. 50. Do Not Present Like This

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