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Dr. Mitali Mittra 2012
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Definitions 
Presentation
“Something set forth to an audience for the attention of the mind “

Effective
“…producing a desired result”
Source:  http://www.merriam-webster.com
Definitions Presentation “Something set forth to an audience for the attention of the mind “ Effective “…producing a desired result” Source: http://www.merriam-webster.com
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Important Points
Important Points
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Developing The Attitude 
Remember that you know your subject
Know your material well. Be the expert.
                Your primary duty is 
Understand your audience needs
Prepare the message and supporting materials - deliver your message clearly and powerfuly
Developing The Attitude Remember that you know your subject Know your material well. Be the expert. Your primary duty is Understand your audience needs Prepare the message and supporting materials - deliver your message clearly and powerfuly
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Developing The Attitude
Podium panic is normal,and be open about it
Practice your presentation, do pilot test
Get the audience to participate
Establish a rapport by using names & eye contact
Establish & check the equipment
Developing The Attitude Podium panic is normal,and be open about it Practice your presentation, do pilot test Get the audience to participate Establish a rapport by using names & eye contact Establish & check the equipment
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4 Types of Presentations I
Sales: to sell an idea or suggestion to clients, upper management, coworkers or employees. To persuade for an action or belief
Explanatory:To familiarize, give an overall perspective or identify new developments. Should offer the audience new or renewed information&understanding
4 Types of Presentations I Sales: to sell an idea or suggestion to clients, upper management, coworkers or employees. To persuade for an action or belief Explanatory:To familiarize, give an overall perspective or identify new developments. Should offer the audience new or renewed information&understanding
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4 Types of Presentations II
Instructional: When you want to teach others how to use something like a new procedure or a piece of hardware. Needs persuasion, detail & audience participation
Oral Report:Bring the audience up to date on something with which they are already familiar. Focus on facts, figures &details involve little persuasive efforts.
4 Types of Presentations II Instructional: When you want to teach others how to use something like a new procedure or a piece of hardware. Needs persuasion, detail & audience participation Oral Report:Bring the audience up to date on something with which they are already familiar. Focus on facts, figures &details involve little persuasive efforts.
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Presentation Style VVB
Presentation Style VVB
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Elements of Presentation Style

Vocal Techniques                   
Loudness
Pitch
Rate
Pause
            Deviations From the Norm for Emphasis
Elements of Presentation Style Vocal Techniques Loudness Pitch Rate Pause Deviations From the Norm for Emphasis
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Build Rapport
Relationship, especially one of mutual trust or emotional affinity.
Listeners who trust you and feel that you care
Start Before You Begin
Mingle; Learn Names
Opportunity to reinforce or correct audience assessment
Good First Impression
People Listen To People They Like
Build Rapport Relationship, especially one of mutual trust or emotional affinity. Listeners who trust you and feel that you care Start Before You Begin Mingle; Learn Names Opportunity to reinforce or correct audience assessment Good First Impression People Listen To People They Like
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Body Language
NO-NO’s
Lean on or grip the podium
Rock or sway in place
Stand immobile
Use a single gesture repeatedly
Examine  or bite your fingernails
Body Language NO-NO’s Lean on or grip the podium Rock or sway in place Stand immobile Use a single gesture repeatedly Examine or bite your fingernails
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Body Language
NO-NO’s
Cross your arms in front of your chest
Use obviously practiced or stilted gestures
Chew gum or eat candy           
Click or tap your pen, pencil or pointer
Body Language NO-NO’s Cross your arms in front of your chest Use obviously practiced or stilted gestures Chew gum or eat candy Click or tap your pen, pencil or pointer
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Eye Contact
Never let the listeners out of your sight.
Looking them in the eye makes them feel that they are influencing what you say.
Eye contact allows the presentation to approximate conversation—the audience feels much more involved.
Eye Contact Never let the listeners out of your sight. Looking them in the eye makes them feel that they are influencing what you say. Eye contact allows the presentation to approximate conversation—the audience feels much more involved.
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Voice Intelligibility
Voice Intelligibility
Articulation
Pronunciation
Vocalized pauses
Overuse of stock expressions
Substandard grammar
Voice Intelligibility Voice Intelligibility Articulation Pronunciation Vocalized pauses Overuse of stock expressions Substandard grammar
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Visual Aids should be on the speaker’s left.
Visual Aids should be on the speaker’s left.
Visual Aids should be on the speaker’s left. Visual Aids should be on the speaker’s left.
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Why to Use Visual Aids
Visual aids support your ideas

Visual aids add array to your presentation and the audience remember them

Visual aids help demonstrate complex thoughts or concepts clearly
Why to Use Visual Aids Visual aids support your ideas Visual aids add array to your presentation and the audience remember them Visual aids help demonstrate complex thoughts or concepts clearly
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Dealing with a questions
Make an eye contact with the questioner.
Don’t be bias but be  attentive.
Carefully listen to the question.
Pause before you respond.
Reply the questioner
Dealing with a questions Make an eye contact with the questioner. Don’t be bias but be attentive. Carefully listen to the question. Pause before you respond. Reply the questioner
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Easy as A B C
“I can’t Answer that question Because …, but I Can tell you…”
Easy as A B C “I can’t Answer that question Because …, but I Can tell you…”
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Team roles
Team roles
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Strategic Role Grouping
Strategic Role Grouping
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T.O.T.E  model
T.O.T.E model
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Summary
Summary
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Group Exercise
Group Exercise
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