How to Create an Effective, Memorable Presentation

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Every business and business person can benefit from learning effective presentation skills.But that's not enough. You will be judged on your physical demeanor and content delivery, so be memorable! Ensure that you and your content grab the attention of the audience so you can help them succeed and benefit your business.

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<ul><li> 1. Presenting to 1 or 1001 How to be Effective and Memorable By Robin Siegerman, NCIDQ, CKD www.RenovationBootcamp.com www.Facebook.com/RenovationBootcamp </li></ul> <p> 2. Who Am I? And what qualifies me to talk to you, anyway? *21-year veteran of the home Design &amp; Renovation business *Amazon Best-selling Author of Renovation Bootcamp: Kitchen * International design Award winner *public speaker *renovation Drill Sergeant By Robin Siegerman, NCIDQ, CKD www.RenovationBootcamp.com www.Facebook.com/RenovationBootcamp 3. # 1: By Robin Siegerman, NCIDQ, CKD www.RenovationBootcamp.com www.Facebook.com/RenovationBootcamp 4. # 2: By Robin Siegerman, NCIDQ, CKD www.RenovationBootcamp.com www.Facebook.com/RenovationBootcamp 5. Part I Physical presentation *Know your audience dress to impress Who would YOU hire? By Robin Siegerman, NCIDQ, CKD www.RenovationBootcamp.com www.Facebook.com/RenovationBootcamp 6. What impression are you making? *People will form an impression about you in the first *Non-verbal cues have the impact on a first impression than anything you have to say *So Head up! Shoulders back! smile! Look them in the eye! By Robin Siegerman, NCIDQ, CKD www.RenovationBootcamp.com www.Facebook.com/RenovationBootcamp 7. Look approachable and confident * Shoulders back! Head up! Look them in the eye! SMILE! By Robin Siegerman, NCIDQ, CKD www.RenovationBootcamp.com www.Facebook.com/RenovationBootcamp yes, you can! 8. By Robin Siegerman, NCIDQ, CKD www.RenovationBootcamp.com www.Facebook.com/RenovationBootcamp 9. Part 2 Content *If the content is disorganized, full of jargon or boring, your physical appearance wont save you 1. Establish your credibility up front then refer to it intermittently but dont beat people over the head with it By Robin Siegerman, NCIDQ, CKD www.RenovationBootcamp.com www.Facebook.com/RenovationBootcamp 10. 2. Establish your presentation goal early a. Tell them what youre going to tell them b. Tell them c. Tell them what you told them d. call them to action By Robin Siegerman, NCIDQ, CKD www.RenovationBootcamp.com www.Facebook.com/RenovationBootcamp 11. *Use supporting images * if your slides are all words/jargon, people will read and stop listening *Slides with all words/numbers are boring, so the audience will tune you out *Include at least 1 startling fact somewhere in the presentation *using humor keeps your audience engaged and awake *Accept questions during the presentation then again at the end By Robin Siegerman, NCIDQ, CKD www.RenovationBootcamp.com www.Facebook.com/RenovationBootcamp 12. *At the end *Summarize what you told them *Call to action then call for questions *If someone asks a tough question, think before you speak, or tell them youll follow up, then DO IT *If no one asks a question, have a couple ready to get the ball rolling *Remember that your presentation should be entertaining as well as informative (unless youre talking about death or taxes. And even then) By Robin Siegerman, NCIDQ, CKD www.RenovationBootcamp.com www.Facebook.com/RenovationBootcamp 13. Please Follow &amp; Like: http://www.Facebook.com/RenovationBootcamp http://www.Twitter.com/sieguzi http://www.linkedin/in/RobinSiegerman Get the Ultimate home design and renovation e-handbook free and Weekly Tales From The Trenches blog post updates at http://www.RenovationBootcamp.com Buy The book Renovation Bootcamp: Kitchen http://www.Amazon.ca or http://www.indigo.ca Send me an e-mail with questions or comments Robin@RenovationBootcamp.com By Robin Siegerman, NCIDQ, CKD www.RenovationBootcamp.com www.Facebook.com/RenovationBootcamp </p>

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