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Published on November 29, 2007

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Introduction to Presentation Techniques

Presentation Techniques The ART of presenting

Today Presenting in general The Elevator Pitch Excerzise: pitch your favorite movie Lunch Workshop: prepare your project pitch for Showcase

Presenting in general

The Elevator Pitch

Excerzise: pitch your favorite movie

Lunch

Workshop: prepare your project pitch for Showcase

 

Prepare Prepare Prepare Know your subject Prepare Know your audience Prepare Prepare Structure your material Prepare Prepare Plan your delevery Prepare

Prepare

Prepare

Know your subject

Prepare

Know your audience

Prepare

Prepare

Structure your material

Prepare

Prepare

Plan your delevery

Prepare

Your subject What is your message Make it clear to yourself to… Make it clear to the audience Know your material Do your research Simplify and clarify

What is your message

Make it clear to yourself to…

Make it clear to the audience

Know your material

Do your research

Simplify and clarify

Audience Who are they? What do they know? What do they expect?

Who are they?

What do they know?

What do they expect?

Audience Who are they? What do they know? What do they expect? Jan says: Always consider your audience

Who are they?

What do they know?

What do they expect?

Jan says:

Always consider your audience

Structure Tell them what you are going to tell Tell them Tell them what you’ve told them

Tell them what you are going to tell

Tell them

Tell them what you’ve told them

More structure Tell a story Introduction Main body: your information and facts Conclusion Does this remind you of something?

Tell a story

Introduction

Main body: your information and facts

Conclusion

Does this remind you of something?

Yet more structure Traditional Narrative Beginning Introduction of charachters, environment and conflict. Middle Unfolding the story/conflict. End Conclusion/resolution of conflict.

Traditional Narrative

Beginning

Introduction of charachters, environment and conflict.

Middle

Unfolding the story/conflict.

End

Conclusion/resolution of conflict.

How to combine Tell them what you are going to tell Tell them Tell them what you’ve told them Introduction Main body: your information and facts Conclusion

Tell them what you are going to tell

Tell them

Tell them what you’ve told them

Introduction

Main body: your information and facts

Conclusion

You guessed it …more structure Back to introduction Get a HOOK – something to capture the audience it should have one of these traits: Provocative Intriguing surprising

Back to introduction

Get a HOOK – something to capture the audience

it should have one of these traits:

Provocative

Intriguing

surprising

And then some structure Plan for the time you have to present Rehearse and practise for timing

Plan for the time you have to present

Rehearse and practise for timing

Delivery Be yourself Love the pause Engage your audience Use audio-visual aids But keep them brief and to the point

Be yourself

Love the pause

Engage your audience

Use audio-visual aids

But keep them brief and to the point

The Elevator Pitch

A "hook” Get the Investor's attention with a " hook ."  A statement or question that piques their interest to want to hear more.   About 150-225 words Your pitch should go no longer than 60 seconds .     Passion Investors expect energy and dedication from entrepreneurs.   A request At the end of your pitch, you must ask for something .  Do you want their business card, to schedule a full presentation, to ask for a referral?  

A "hook”

Get the Investor's attention with a " hook ."  A statement or question that piques their interest to want to hear more.  

About 150-225 words

Your pitch should go no longer than 60 seconds .  

  Passion

Investors expect energy and dedication from entrepreneurs.  

A request

At the end of your pitch, you must ask for something .  Do you want their business card, to schedule a full presentation, to ask for a referral?  

Mistakes are good - for learning (Learn from OTHER peoples mistakes!)

Mistakes are good

- for learning

(Learn from OTHER peoples mistakes!)

1. AIM Why? 2. AUDIENCE For whom? 3. CONTEXT Where? 4. CONTENT What? 5. MEDIA How? 6. EFFECTS For what results? 7. REVIEW Did it succed? Why am I producing it? Why is it needed? What effects and results are being sought? Who is it for? What characheristics does the target audience have (age? Gender? Background? Expectations? Needs?) Where will it be recieved? By a group or individuals? Publicly or privately at home? What am I trying to convey? What are the essential facts, ideas, opinions, attitudes, pictures? What do I want to share? Given the aims, target audience and content, how shall I most effectively acheive those aims? Shall I use words, pictures, audio, video, exhibition, etc.? What style shall I use? How do I want to relate to the audience? formal or informal? Personal or impersonal? conventional or unconventional? simple or complex? How shall I 'code' all of these ideas most effectively to be 'decoded' by the audience? What outcome do I want? What changes do I want to create in the audience? How will I judge wether it has been effective? Has the whole process of production and presentation achieved the expected results?

Why am I producing it?

Why is it needed?

What effects and results are being sought?

Who is it for?

What characheristics does the target audience have (age? Gender? Background? Expectations? Needs?)

Where will it be recieved?

By a group or individuals?

Publicly or privately at home?

What am I trying to convey?

What are the essential facts, ideas, opinions, attitudes, pictures?

What do I want to share?

Given the aims, target audience and content, how shall I most effectively acheive those aims?

Shall I use words, pictures, audio, video, exhibition, etc.?

What style shall I use?

How do I want to relate to the audience? formal or informal? Personal or impersonal? conventional or unconventional? simple or complex?

How shall I 'code' all of these ideas most effectively to be 'decoded' by the audience?

What outcome do I want?

What changes do I want to create in the audience?

How will I judge wether it has been effective?

Has the whole process of production and presentation achieved the expected results?

1. AIM Why? 2. AUDIENCE For whom? 3. CONTEXT Where? 4. CONTENT What? 5. MEDIA How? 6. EFFECTS For what results? 7. REVIEW Did it succed? Why am I producing it? Why is it needed? What effects and results do I want? Who are they? What do they know -What do they expect? Where will it be recieved? By a group or individuals? Publicly or privately at home? What is your message Make it clear to yourself to… Make it clear to the audience Know your material Do your research Simplify and clarify Speech, gestures - Audio-visual aids What outcome do I want? What changes do I want to create in the audience? How will I judge wether it has been effective? Has the whole process of production and presentation achieved the expected results?

Why am I producing it?

Why is it needed?

What effects and results do I want?

Who are they?

What do they know

-What do they expect?

Where will it be recieved?

By a group or individuals?

Publicly or privately at home?

What is your message

Make it clear to yourself to…

Make it clear to the audience

Know your material

Do your research

Simplify and clarify

Speech, gestures

- Audio-visual aids

What outcome do I want?

What changes do I want to create in the audience?

How will I judge wether it has been effective?

Has the whole process of production and presentation achieved the expected results?

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