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How to give a presentation

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How to give a presentation

  1. 1. PRESENTATION SKILLS TRAINING TIPS FOR BECOMING A BETTER SPEAKER www.CommunicationSkillsTips.com These are the key takeaways from a coaching session I did with a client. I believe you’ll find them useful: I recommend rehearsing your presentation at least three different times: 1. Rehearse your presentation at normal speed as though you were speaking in front of an audience. Record yourself speaking so you can come back to watch the video and analyze your performance. 2. Rehearse your presentation speaking at 3 times the normal speed. Rush through your presentation super quickly... 3. Rehearse your presentation at half the speed you normally speak...slow down your pace... These three techniques will help you internalize your presentation. Other takeaways:
  2. 2. 1. Go through your diagrams systematically. Refer to each part of the diagram verbally or with a pointer. 2. Use animations to build each part of the diagram systematically 3. Make sure what you're saying and what's being shown on the slide is congruent. If you need, insert a couple of slides so that the visual matches the verbal 4. Practice your delivery - be conscious of your pauses, your pace and your vocal variety. Emphasize and pause before certain words to add more impact to them 5. On the last slide, make the diagram bigger and change the color of each quadrant individually 6. Give examples, examples, examples. Don't be abstract. Focus on being specific by working through examples. See if you can work through an example on each slide where you have a diagram. It will make your points clearer and memorable. 7. Create a compelling conclusion. In your conclusion, highlight the THREE main points from your presentation. Then, use the one-line that is the keytakeaway message of your summary. Next, build their pain by focusing on the consequences of not working together. Finally, end on a positive note by highlighting the benefits of working together.

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