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Presentation skills
Presented by : Mahrukh Shehzadi
CONFIDENCE
 Confident presentation skills are the prerequisite
currency of the successful presenter . Because
with the confidence you earn the attention and
respect of your audience . Because when you
dwell on yourself not on your audience you
don’t package a confident message to others .
 Confident presenter use capability , so they can
take control of themselves , their situation , and
importantly their audience .
CONFIDENCE
 Pace : Aim to keep it slow . Give yourself more time to
think . More time to link your idea . And , more time to
provide right words . A careful and measured mask of
capability . That’s not slow and hesitant .
 Dress : You should feel good and comfortable about
your dress . So , Dress for power and prestige . Dress to
impress . Your external mask of capability is more than
just the clothes you wear . it’s key that you dress for
power and confidence when you give your presentation .
CONFIDENCE
 Practice : Naturally you need to rehearse you
presentation multiple times . While it can be difficult for
Packed schedule . Try to practice where you’ll be
delivering you talk . Some acting strategies suggest
rehearsing lines in various positions standing up ,
sitting down , with arm open wide , on one leg etc .
 The more you practice , the more comfortable you feel
with your speech .
 Do a practice with friend and colleague , try to recording
your presentation and playing it back to evaluate which
areas need work .
TRANSFORM YOUR NERVOUS
ENERGY INTO ENTHUSIASM
 Studies have shown that an enthusiastic speech can win
out over an eloquent one . So , make sure to be
Enthusiastic and energetic before going to stage .
 To Transform your nervous energy into enthusiasm , be
entertaining .
 I find that including some suitable jokes ( according to the
situation ) and light hearted slides is a great way to help
the audience feel more comfortable , especially when
presenting them with the great deal of information.
 However , it’s important to maintain a balance .
DEEP BREATH
 Love notes
 Muscle tighten
 Relax your brain and body
 Lower stress in body
 Reduce tention and relieve stress
SMILE
 Its help you connect with the audience
 It calms your mind
 It calm your body
 It might increase your life span
 It increase your cool factor
 If you don’t smile then no one enjoy the maniacal
clown down
REMEMBER THE MOST AUDIENCE
ARE SYMPHATHETIC
One of the hardest fears to shake when speaking in
public is that the audience is secretly waitaing to
laugh at your missteps.
Fortunately this isn’t the case in the majority of
presentation
If you start to feel nervous remind yourself that the
audience gets it and the actually wants to see you
nail it.
ARRIVE EARLY
 It ‘s always best to allow yourself plenty of time to
settle in before your talk . Extra time ensures you
won’t be late and gives you plenty of time to get
adapted to your presentation space .
 don’t trust the sound guy or computer tech who
says, ‘‘ I checked everthing and it works fine . ‘’
 Think about it . You’re coming into a room to
deliever a presentation shouldn’t you take control of
how it is set up to maximize your impact ?
ATTEND OTHER PRESENTATIONS
 if you’re giving a talk as part of a conference , try to
attend some of the ealier talks by other presenters
to scope out their presentation skills and get some
context .
 This show respect for your fellow presenters while
also giving you a chance to feel out the audience .
Whats the mood of crowd ? Are folks in the mood to
laugh or are they a bit more stiff ? Are the
presentations more tactical in nature ? Another
speakers may also say something that you can play
off of later in your own presentation .
ADJUST TO YOUR SURROUNDINGS.
 The more adjusted to your environment you are ,
the more comfortable you’ll feel .
 make sure to spend some in the room where you
will be delivering your presentation .
 If possible , practice with the microphone and
lighting , make sure you understand the seating
and be aware of any distraction potentially posed
by the value .
ACTIVELY ENGAGE THE AUDIENCE
 People love to talk and make their opinion
heard,but the nature of the presentation can offten
seem like a one-sided proposition. It doesn't have
to be,though.
 Asking the audience what they think, inviting
quastion,and other means of welcoming audience
participation can boost engagement and make
attendance feel like a part of conversation.
 It also makes you, the presenter ,seem much more
relatable ,consider starting with the poll or survey.
ACTIVELY ENGAGE THE AUDIENCE
 Don't be put off by unexpected quastions-instead
see them as an opportunity to give your audience
what they want.
ACTIVELY ENGAGE THE AUDIENCE
 Eye contact with audianca.
 Our body also make you a good presenter to
present any thing. Body language Also include for a
good presenter.
 Using simple wording for communicat with
audience.
 Peak of voice also matter in presentation,if a
person have average peak of voice,then he
become a good presenter.
USE A POWER STANCE
 Practicing confident body language is another way
to boost your presentation Jitters. When your body
is physically demonstrating confidence, your mind
will follow suit.
 While you don't want to be jutting out your chest in
alpha and gorilla pose all afternoon, studies have
show that using power stance a few minutes before
giving a talk creates a lasting sense of confidence
and assurance.
 What ever you do, don't sit-sitting is passive.
USE A POWER STANCE
 Standing or walking a bit will help you harness
those stomach bats.
 Before you go on stage, strike your best power
ranger stance and hold your head high.
DRINK WATER
 Dry mouth is a common result anxeitry. Prevent
cotton mouth blues by staying hydrates and
drinking pentry of water before you talk(just don't
forget to hit the bathroom before starting). Keep a
bottle of water at reach of your arms reach while
presenting in the case you gett dry mouth while
starting up a storm.it also provide a solid object to
hurl at potential hacklers.
JOIN TOASTMASTERS
 Toastmasters club are group cross the country and
world dedicated to helping members improve their
presentation skills. Groups get together during
lunch and or after work to take turn delivering short
talk on a chosen topic . The more you present, the
better you will be considering joining a toastmaster
club to become top-notch orater just don't forget, it's
bring your on bread.
DON'T FIGHT THE FEAR
 Accept your fear rather than trying to fight it. Getting
yourself worked up by wondering ,if people will note
your nervousness will only intensify your anxeitry.

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Presentation skills

  • 1. Presentation skills Presented by : Mahrukh Shehzadi
  • 2. CONFIDENCE  Confident presentation skills are the prerequisite currency of the successful presenter . Because with the confidence you earn the attention and respect of your audience . Because when you dwell on yourself not on your audience you don’t package a confident message to others .  Confident presenter use capability , so they can take control of themselves , their situation , and importantly their audience .
  • 3. CONFIDENCE  Pace : Aim to keep it slow . Give yourself more time to think . More time to link your idea . And , more time to provide right words . A careful and measured mask of capability . That’s not slow and hesitant .  Dress : You should feel good and comfortable about your dress . So , Dress for power and prestige . Dress to impress . Your external mask of capability is more than just the clothes you wear . it’s key that you dress for power and confidence when you give your presentation .
  • 4. CONFIDENCE  Practice : Naturally you need to rehearse you presentation multiple times . While it can be difficult for Packed schedule . Try to practice where you’ll be delivering you talk . Some acting strategies suggest rehearsing lines in various positions standing up , sitting down , with arm open wide , on one leg etc .  The more you practice , the more comfortable you feel with your speech .  Do a practice with friend and colleague , try to recording your presentation and playing it back to evaluate which areas need work .
  • 5. TRANSFORM YOUR NERVOUS ENERGY INTO ENTHUSIASM  Studies have shown that an enthusiastic speech can win out over an eloquent one . So , make sure to be Enthusiastic and energetic before going to stage .  To Transform your nervous energy into enthusiasm , be entertaining .  I find that including some suitable jokes ( according to the situation ) and light hearted slides is a great way to help the audience feel more comfortable , especially when presenting them with the great deal of information.  However , it’s important to maintain a balance .
  • 6. DEEP BREATH  Love notes  Muscle tighten  Relax your brain and body  Lower stress in body  Reduce tention and relieve stress
  • 7. SMILE  Its help you connect with the audience  It calms your mind  It calm your body  It might increase your life span  It increase your cool factor  If you don’t smile then no one enjoy the maniacal clown down
  • 8. REMEMBER THE MOST AUDIENCE ARE SYMPHATHETIC One of the hardest fears to shake when speaking in public is that the audience is secretly waitaing to laugh at your missteps. Fortunately this isn’t the case in the majority of presentation If you start to feel nervous remind yourself that the audience gets it and the actually wants to see you nail it.
  • 9. ARRIVE EARLY  It ‘s always best to allow yourself plenty of time to settle in before your talk . Extra time ensures you won’t be late and gives you plenty of time to get adapted to your presentation space .  don’t trust the sound guy or computer tech who says, ‘‘ I checked everthing and it works fine . ‘’  Think about it . You’re coming into a room to deliever a presentation shouldn’t you take control of how it is set up to maximize your impact ?
  • 10. ATTEND OTHER PRESENTATIONS  if you’re giving a talk as part of a conference , try to attend some of the ealier talks by other presenters to scope out their presentation skills and get some context .  This show respect for your fellow presenters while also giving you a chance to feel out the audience . Whats the mood of crowd ? Are folks in the mood to laugh or are they a bit more stiff ? Are the presentations more tactical in nature ? Another speakers may also say something that you can play off of later in your own presentation .
  • 11. ADJUST TO YOUR SURROUNDINGS.  The more adjusted to your environment you are , the more comfortable you’ll feel .  make sure to spend some in the room where you will be delivering your presentation .  If possible , practice with the microphone and lighting , make sure you understand the seating and be aware of any distraction potentially posed by the value .
  • 12. ACTIVELY ENGAGE THE AUDIENCE  People love to talk and make their opinion heard,but the nature of the presentation can offten seem like a one-sided proposition. It doesn't have to be,though.  Asking the audience what they think, inviting quastion,and other means of welcoming audience participation can boost engagement and make attendance feel like a part of conversation.  It also makes you, the presenter ,seem much more relatable ,consider starting with the poll or survey.
  • 13. ACTIVELY ENGAGE THE AUDIENCE  Don't be put off by unexpected quastions-instead see them as an opportunity to give your audience what they want.
  • 14. ACTIVELY ENGAGE THE AUDIENCE  Eye contact with audianca.  Our body also make you a good presenter to present any thing. Body language Also include for a good presenter.  Using simple wording for communicat with audience.  Peak of voice also matter in presentation,if a person have average peak of voice,then he become a good presenter.
  • 15. USE A POWER STANCE  Practicing confident body language is another way to boost your presentation Jitters. When your body is physically demonstrating confidence, your mind will follow suit.  While you don't want to be jutting out your chest in alpha and gorilla pose all afternoon, studies have show that using power stance a few minutes before giving a talk creates a lasting sense of confidence and assurance.  What ever you do, don't sit-sitting is passive.
  • 16. USE A POWER STANCE  Standing or walking a bit will help you harness those stomach bats.  Before you go on stage, strike your best power ranger stance and hold your head high.
  • 17. DRINK WATER  Dry mouth is a common result anxeitry. Prevent cotton mouth blues by staying hydrates and drinking pentry of water before you talk(just don't forget to hit the bathroom before starting). Keep a bottle of water at reach of your arms reach while presenting in the case you gett dry mouth while starting up a storm.it also provide a solid object to hurl at potential hacklers.
  • 18. JOIN TOASTMASTERS  Toastmasters club are group cross the country and world dedicated to helping members improve their presentation skills. Groups get together during lunch and or after work to take turn delivering short talk on a chosen topic . The more you present, the better you will be considering joining a toastmaster club to become top-notch orater just don't forget, it's bring your on bread.
  • 19. DON'T FIGHT THE FEAR  Accept your fear rather than trying to fight it. Getting yourself worked up by wondering ,if people will note your nervousness will only intensify your anxeitry.