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Funded Organisations must ensure that they communicate and acknowledge the support they receive. This presentation for Monaghan Community Forum looks at how to present and communicate funded project effectively.
Effective Presentation Skills &
Monaghan Community Forum
Welcome & Introductions
Who Am I?
Who are You?
Why are you here?
Chamber of Commerce CEO
Desperate for a New Challenge
Blogger & wannabe author
“The Apprentice” Finalist
Who is She?
Powerpoint - the rules
Generating Content for a Presentation
Top Tips when preparing a presentation
The art of Public Speaking - voice, posture,
The skills of verbal and visual communications
The skills of story-telling
Your Presentation - practice and get to know your
Develop a more confident you!
PowerPoint is a complete presentation graphics
package. It gives you everything you need to produce a
professional-looking presentation. PowerPoint
offers word processing, outlining, drawing,
graphing, and presentation management tools- all
designed to be easy to use and learn.
First impressions count - people will judge you
before you even speak.
Gives you and your audience direction
It provides a useful series of handouts that
participants can take home with them
It is user-friendly
The 3 C’s of PowerPoint
1. Communication... Does the presentation effectively
tell the audience your message? Every component
of the presentation should add to the
2. Creativity... Does the presentation appeal to the
audience? Have the color choices, graphics, and
background design been wisely used?
3. Consistency... Does the presentation have a similar
style from slide-to-slide? Have the guidelines for
text, graphics, transitions and special effects been
1. Start PowerPoint and choose a Blank Presentation
2. Choose slide layout
3. Enter the title and any additional text
4. Remember to follow the text guidelines
5. Add graphic, your choice of clip art, original drawings,
scanned images, internet images, tables and charts.
6. Remember to follow the graphic guidelines
7. Insert new slides and repeat Steps 2-4 for each slide
8. Create and apply background design
9. Add transitions, special effects, animations, and sounds
10. Best Tip: Design a template for your organisation that
has funders logos included – see sample in next slide
Plan for impact on your audience - script, visuals,
Practice simplifying your presentation for easy
Work the audience and inspire them
Make boring technical presentations come to life
with graphics, video, sounds
Manager the power of your voice
Free your body for open body language
Engage the audience with the power of stories
Develop your personal presentation style
Field questions effectively
Public Speaking Success
Memorable (for the right reasons!)
Great first impression
Think on your feet
“How would you describe your technique?”
Yes You Can
“Feel the Fear &
Do It Anyway”
My one bit of advice…
The Pitfalls of Presenting
“Team Spirit’s Kellogg’s
Presentation on The Apprentice”
• Understand Your Presentation Theme
Know your audience
How much time do you have
Segment your presentation
2. Core messages
3. Make first Point
4. Back up with anecdote/story
5. Make second point
6. Give example
7. Make third point
8. Illustrate it in case study
9. Conclude & Sum up
Get to Know Yourself
EXERCISE: Analyse me, you & others
Introduce your organisation
Prepare key points (60-second pitch)
We will give feedback
“Speak with confidence, smile & use the
full power of your voice”
Your Presentation - Group Exercise
Emotions & Presenting
How did you feel presenting?
Be aware of those feelings
How can you channel the nervous energy into
What would you do differently?
“Sweaty palms, butterflies, shaky legs, quivering lip, trembling
voice - embrace the emotion & channel it
into empowering you”
Public Speaking - Remember…
1. Defeat your natural public speaking fears -
you can do it!
2. Create a sincere rapport with your audience
3. Turn a speech into a conversation - be open,
helpful, brave, transparent, remarkable
4. Use eye-contact, gestures and breathing for
5. Develop, design and create a master
presentation - but tailor to your audience
6. Effectively deliver the information from the
screen to the audience - you are the filter
7. Prepare potential questions & answers
8. Be honest if you don’t know an answer
We are here because of your funders. So remember the 3 A’s
Associate – your project/activities with your funder
Acknowledge – them in all communications
Attribute – quotes to them in media activities
A project supported by the
European Union’s INTERREG
IVA Programme managed by
the Special EU Programmes
Body and delivered by
Co-operation and Working
Together’s (CAWT) Community
Step 1: Logos
Step 2: Wording
Funding for Change a Little, Change a Lot
Accessibility Awards Campaign has been provided by
the European Union’s INTERREG IVA
programme, secured by Co-operation and
Working Together’s (CAWT) Community
This project is part financed by the European Union's
European Regional Development Fund through the
Peace III programme funded through Monaghan
Peace III Partnership."
Step 4: Quotes
CAWT CEO, Bernie McCrory says the programme is a significant step
forward in making the North West an accessibility friendly region.
“Accessibility is simply good business. Improving accessibility for
disabled people has a much broader public benefit for the whole
community. Our hope is that the North West will be viewed as a
region of excellence in terms of accessibility just as Louth is viewed
as an age-friendly county. This awards programme offers free
support, training and expertise in accessibility covering four areas:
built environment, awareness and attitudes, access to information
and communication. It is open to businesses, non-profits and
statutory organisations in Donegal and Strabane.