Powerful Presentation skill

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Presentation Skills for everyone

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Become a Professional Speaker

Deliver Effective Presentations

Everyone Want to

BE

Best Speaker

VS

Trainer Style

Teacher Style

What is your Dream

Trainer Style

Great speakers are by Birth ?

They are Trained

There is Short Cut to Be Good Speaker

Solutions

Presentation is a Skill

Developed through experience and training.

Stages of Mastery

1st Level

Practice

Stages of Mastery

1st Level

Practice

2nd Level

More Practice

Stages of Mastery

1st Level

Practice

2nd Level

More Practice

3rd Level

Lots of Practice

Speak without any slides

Start Practice

Speak without any slides

Speak in front of Someone

Start Practice

Speak without any slides

Speak in front of Someone

Record your Performance

Start Practice

Speak without any slides

Speak in front of Someone

Record your Performance

Use proper Gestures\Posture

Start Practice

Speak without any slides

Speak in front of Someone

Record your Performance

Use proper Gestures\Posture

Use proper Voice Tone

Start Practice

Speak without any slides

Speak in front of Someone

Record your Performance

Know your Audience\Place

Use proper Gestures\Posture

Use proper Voice Tone

Start Practice

Speak without any slides

Speak in front of Someone

Record your Performance

Know your Audience\Place

Use proper Gestures\Posture

Use proper Voice Tone

Start Practice Trainer

Ready for 1st Presentation ?

Fear of Public

Speaking!

DONT WORRY

Completely Natural

Presentation Checkups

Presentation Delivery

Establish Credibility

By Your Experiences & Competencies

Develop Audience Interest

By Story Telling Questions Pictures

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Maintain this Attention Level

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Maintain this Attention Level

After every 5-10

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Develop Audience Interest

After every 5-10

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After every 5-10

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After every 5-10

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After every 5-10

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After every 5-10

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How to Maintain Audience Level of

Attention?

Strategies

Posing Questions

Telling Stories

Varying Voice Level

Taking Pause

Remember: 1-3 Minute per Slide

as Guideline

Emphasize points

Highlights

Audience attention

Personal Approach: Gestures

Volume - Speak to be heard

Modulation - Vary the voice

Pause - Make emphasis with pause

Personal Approach: Voice

Personal Approach: Eye Contact

For Involvement

For Trust/support

For Interest

For Spontaneous reaction

Personal Approach: Breath

Breathing deeper for Volume

Control

Emphasis

Don't lose your breath

Presentation Delivery: Problems

Verbal Fillers: Avoid or Minimize

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Like

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Kind Of

You Know

Presentation Delivery: Problems Avoid Swaying, rocking, and pacing

Avoid Hands in pockets

Avoid Lip smacking

Avoid Fidgeting

Avoid Failure to be audience centered

Every One can be an effective presenter

Conclusion

Every One can be an effective presenter

Create First Impression

Conclusion

Every One can be an effective presenter

Create First Impression

Don't Read Slides

Conclusion

Every One can be an effective presenter

Create First Impression

Don't Read Slides

Use proper Gestures & Voice Tone

Conclusion

Every One can be an effective presenter

Create First Impression

Don't Read Slides

End Presentation with Thanks &

Use proper Gestures & Voice Tone

Read Faces of Audience

Conclusion

Every One can be an effective presenter

Create First Impression

Don't Read Slides

End Presentation with Thanks &

Use proper Gestures & Voice Tone

Read Faces of Audience

Conclusion

Do Not Present

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