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Presentation Skills

Session One

 Identify to gain rapport with your audience

 Learn techniques to reduces nervousness and fear

 Recognize how visual aids can create impact and attention

 Develop techniques to create a professional presence

 Learns some different Perishable Goods.ways to prepare and organize information

 Prepare, practice, and present a short presentation

Session Two:

For most of us, this second kind of conversation is much more diffucult

 Why?

 What Happens?

 Where do you find topics of conversation that you can bring up at the next party or office

 Wear a smile

 do not attempt to make a derogatory remark under the guise of humor

 Do not try to shock.

 Lengthy emotional debates will not contribute to the gathering.

 Eventually even good conversations may come to an end.

 Tell the other person how much you have enjoyed speaking with them, and go on to meet other

 If you find yourself alone, look for other who look similiary disengaged or join a group with and
odd number of people.

 What does this have to do with speaking in public?

 Self confidence is an important element of public speaking.

Session Three:
Edit Your Conversation

 Volume

 Cliches

 Diction

 Slang or vulgarities

 Gender refrences

 Acronyms and jargon

There are four easy rules to follow for any conversation

1. Talk to your self in positive term

2. When you speak to individuals, take the time to express yourself in and organized manner.

3. Ask for feedback.

4. When presenting to a group have a message worth communicating and know when to stop talking.
Session Four:
Appropriately Sharing Yourself with Other

Known to other Not known to others

Known to oneself 1. Open 2. Partially Open

Not known to oneself 3. Partially Open 4. Hidden

Session Five

Earn trusct as a trade off for self-disclosure

Being visible, but not risking too much information too soon, promotes this type of trust

Self disclosure, in order to be most effective, must be well timed and not too deep or too shallow.

Think of the person you most admire

Describe who the person is and what it is

Think about something you have not yet accomplished in life that you’d like to do

What is it?

Session Six
Positive Self Talk

Emotions Describe the event that … …

triggered this emotion

Sadness or depression

Guilt or shame



Anxiety, worry, fear,


Hopelessness or

Session seven
Making the most of meeting

Three keys to making the most of meeting

1. Anticipate

2. Prepare

3. Participate

Session Eight
Body Language

We get 65-75% of our sense of what other people are saying from their body language

Make your face look friendly

Closing your arm sends a negative message to others

Learn to pick up cues from people that you are making them uncomfortable

Session Nine
Sticky Situations

 What type of situation make you fell uncomfortable?

 Have you ever had to deal with a situations where people were feeling uncomfortable

 Who took charge

 What did that person do

 How can we put other at ease

 Sometimes we are the one responsible for a difficult situation. How can we face the music
Session Ten
Why Talk?

Oral presentation are generally more persuasive then written ones

Spoken word engages both right and left side of the brain

Gives you more possibilities for buliding a relationship with your audiences

Spoken language has an imediately magical quality that written language usually lacks

Session Eleven
Planning your Presentation

P = Purpose

A = Audience

F = Format

E = Evidence

O = Organization

1. Cronological order

2. Problem and solution

3. Current and proposed situtation

4. Inductive or deductive reasoning

5. Pros and cons or compare and contrast

6. Decision-making pattern

7. Bad news pattern

Which pattern would you use in each of the following presentation situations

1. A presentation on the benefit of exercise

2. An argument in favor of starting your own small business

3. A presentation that suggest north americans are too wasteful

4. The story of your life to this point

5. How to deal with procrastination

Session Twelve
Overcoming Nervousness

Managing the Q&A period:

Regard this portion of the presentation as a chance to:

1. Gather new information

2. Stress your main point

3. Get commitment to your plan of action.