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Presenting like a leader, by: Pierre El-Hnoud

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Making a public presentation like a true leader.

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Presenting like a leader, by: Pierre El-Hnoud

  1. 1. Presented by: PIERRE EL-HNOUD November27,2014 Leadership & StrategyAdvisor- MotivationalSpeaker& Executive Coach PRESENTING LIKE A LEADER
  2. 2. OUTLINE  Introduction  Formal Presentation vs. Verbal Pitch  How to structure a presentation (Pyramid Principal)  How to write down a presentation  Body and Voice Language  How to conclude a presentation and handle Q/A
  3. 3. Formal Presentation vs. Verbal Pitch Formal Written Structured Exhaustive Colorful Lengthy Casual Verbal Structured Short PRESENTATION PITCH
  4. 4. THE PURPOSE OF A PRESENTATION INFORMATIVE PITCHING DECISIONAL MOTIVATIONAL TRAINING
  5. 5. HOW TO STRUCTURE A PRESENTATION “PYRAMID PRINCIPAL” STATEMENT PILLARS PILLARS PILLARS FACTS FACTS FACTS FACTS FACTS FACTS FACTS FACTS FACTS
  6. 6. HOW TO WRITE DOWN A PRESENTATION A. Define the purpose of your presentation. B. Research the topic. C. Define your goal. D. Respect the 6x6 rule.
  7. 7. RESEARCH THE TOPIC  Know your audience  Find relevant information.  Ensure valid & credible source.  Provide supporting data & facts.(References).
  8. 8. DEFINE YOUR GOAL  Clarify the aim of your presentation  Develop a clear strategy to achieve your goal  Create a concise presentation to convey your message  Have a clear plan to measure your success
  9. 9. RESPECT THE 6x6 RULE  Use about six words per line, six lines per slide (excluding the title).  Keep a consistent look throughout your presentation. Use the same font, size, color, and capitalization format. * Remember the KISS rule: Keep It Short & Simple. Your slides should include the key points only, with one idea per slide.
  10. 10. BODY AND VOICE LANGUAGE
  11. 11. BODY LANGUAGE  Podium Stand and microphone  Mobility/ Movement  Gesture  Clothing  Eye Contact  Touch
  12. 12. VOICE LANGUAGE  Voice intelligibility • Articulation • Pronunciation • Vocalized pauses • Substandard grammar  Voice variability • Rate of speech • Volume • Pitch or tone
  13. 13. HOW TO CONCLUDE A PRESENTATION AND HANDLE Q/A  Wrap-up with concluding remarks (Primacy - Recency)  Ask clarifying questions for understanding  Decide on an action plan if needed (Follow up)  Don’t take it personal / Don’t apologize  Be honest* * « Take a second to say you don’t know, or spend your time proving that you don’t»
  14. 14. Contact : PIERRE EL-HNOUD Leadership & StrategyAdvisor MotivationalSpeaker& Executive Coach Pierre.elhnoud@yahoo.ca Thank You! "It usually takes me more than three weeks to prepare a good impromptu speech." Mark Twain

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