Published on July 24, 2009
Delivering a Presentation
By Graham Young
Arrive Early Doors Open 10.30 am In case there is a problem
Tidy the Room Strategy To minimise the detractions
Check all the Equipment Screen saver Off? Screen saver & WIFI turned off? Mobile on silent? OK Ink in the pens? Screen lined up
Dry Mouth? Suck a mint Don’t drink the water
Give the MC an Intro Card Please give a warm welcome to ………. He/she has a great deal of experience in today’s subject as He/she has recently completed ……. I’m certainly looking forward to what he/she has to say and I expect your are too.
Nervous? Being Nervous is Normal It is OK to be nervous Don’t worry about it Just do it
Boost your Self Confidence Repeat aloud after me: “I am poised, prepared, persuasive, positive and powerful.” “I feel composed, confident, convincing, commanding and compelling.”
The Delivery Stand up
Take a deep Breath Oxygenates your blood and calms you down
Establish Eye Contact Look at a different person while you say each phrase or sentence
Eye Contact Look at the happy facesto begin with But the grumpy onesneed more eye contactoverall
Never let them get ahead If your audience knows what you aregoing to say next, they will stop listening
Don’t travel in straight a line Don’t let them see the end from the start Build in some mystery
Make it interactive – make it memorable I hear - I forget I see - I remember I do - I understand Confucius Make your audience do things, if only in their heads
Put some emotion in to itTell a story Dry facts are boring
Remember to close With a call to action that enforces your objective
Then … Stand still and feel the warm glow of a standing ovation
Afterwards Check that your audience meets your objective Run a post presentation review What worked well What didn’t work Do it even better next time
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