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Secret Formula of Highly Successful Presenters

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Secret Formula of Highly Successful Presenters

  1. 1. SECRET FORMULA OF HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL PRESENTERS
  2. 2. M A K E A N I N T E R E S T ING T I T T L E
  3. 3. illustration S HOW YO UR DATA VISUALLY TO MAKE YO UR PR ES E N TATIO N LO O KS GR EAT ! S HOW, DO N’ T TE LL !!!
  4. 4. OPEN WITH BANG!!!
  5. 5. The great Aopening designed to grab your attention. Start with related story, or do something unexpected, shock them with a number of data and statements.
  6. 6. KEEP IT SIMPLE
  7. 7. Limit the number of points you talk about so that you don’t overwhelm your audience, Focus on explaining the main idea with few key points.
  8. 8. ANCHOR YOUR POINT
  9. 9. Use anchors to make your key points memorable, some effective presentation use story, analogy, acronym and activities as their Anchor.
  10. 10. ENGAGE YOUR AUDIENCE
  11. 11. Engage your audience by making them relate to what you tell, give a healthy humor, asking question and making eye contact. Make comparisons to events from everyday life that most people are more than familiar with.
  12. 12. MOVE AROUND AND USE YOUR BODY LANGUAGE
  13. 13. Utilize the space you have, try to make slower, calculated and deliberate movements. Body language will help you explain unexplained things
  14. 14. MASTER YOUR DELIVERY
  15. 15. Visual, Verbal and Vocal. While all three are important, for some audiences, what you say may not be as important as how you say it. For other audiences, the way you look and the facial expressions you use will influence their impressions.
  16. 16. V I S U A L The first thing your audience see is your appearance. Before you get a chance to say a word, some of them will already have judged you based solely on how you look.
  17. 17. V O C A L There are six vocal cues to remember: pitch, volume, rate, punch, pause, and diction. It is also important to speak clearly and enunciate. Vary your tone and speed and tailor your delivery rate to accommodate any regional differences.
  18. 18. V E R B A L There are three verbal communication rules to remember: Use descriptive, simple language; use short sentences; and avoid buzz words and jargon.
  19. 19. PRACTICE, PRACTICE, AND PRACTICE
  20. 20. At least three to six times, out loud -- saying it differently each time to keep the spontaneity. Practicing in your head where you are eloquent won't work as well than actually saying it.
  21. 21. CLOSE WITH FIRE!!!
  22. 22. In the end of your presentation, Summarize your point, note the most important thing, and end with clear call to action. Plant a seed in their mind and make them think.
  23. 23. PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT www.sketchbubble.com Lets Connect: THANKS

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