Published on March 10, 2014
Public Speaking Walk With World (WWW) 10/03/2014 Srujani Shrawne 1
Public Speaking An act of speaking to a group of people in a structured, deliberate manner intended to inform influence entertain a listening audience 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 2
Categories Impromptu Debate Manuscript Extemporaneous Story telling Informative Poetry News casting/Broadcasting Persuasive Entertaining Specialized Ceremonial 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 3
Impromptu On the spot Topic quotation an object proverb one-word abstract 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 4
Debate Debate is contention in argument; dispute controversy discussion questions of public interest in Parliament or in any assembly 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 5
Manuscript The speech is written beforehand and is read It could be by Official personals Academicians Administrative personals 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 6
Extemporaneous A topic is given beforehand Few minutes to frame ones thoughts 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 7
Informative Factually right and knowledgeable Types Paper presentations Seminars Product launch 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 8
But how many of us dread from this idea of 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 9
Glossophobia Fear of public speaking Stage fear Anxiety Nausea Stammer 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 10
Overcome the obstacles Follow the process that has already been practiced because everyone was afraid at some point of time 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 11
The preparation 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 12
Know your material Pick a topic of your interest Research-be authentic Be over prepared than under Never say “no one will notice” “no one will ask about that” 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 13
Know the audience Know what they hope to achieve from the speech Find out who shall you will be addressing their knowledge their age the number of people you will be lecturing or speaking to novices in the subject or experts 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 14
Practice Rehearse out loud in front of a mirror Revise as necessary Work to control filler words Practice, pause and breathe Practice with a timer and allow time for the unexpected 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 15
Know the room Arrive early walk around the speaking area Practice using the microphone Practice using visual aids 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 16
Dress up You need to be comfortable Dress up according to the occasion 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 17
The speech 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 18
Amazing beginning Walk in confidently Adjust your mike Check the audio and video system Introduce yourself with a certain level of self worth Tell the audience how glad you are Begin with the end in your mind 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 19
Bad starts Never ever say This is my first time I’m little nervous I usually don’t do public speaking I’m generally not good at it 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 20
Add a persona Create a persona in the originality and never imitate, you don’t want people to think that you are a fake Let there be individuality 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 21
Memory Keywords Headings Organize your ideas logically Link the headings in your mind 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 22
Relax Begin by addressing the audience Pause, smile and count to three before saying anything Transform nervous energy into enthusiasm Be aware of yourself 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 23
Concentrate on the message – not the medium Focus your attention away from your own anxieties concentrate on your message and your audience Simplify your message 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 24
Keep the audience engaged Audiences want you to be interesting, stimulating, informative and entertaining Use humour personal stories conversational language Involve them(in case of small audience) Connect 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 25
Body language Use certain gestures Hand movements depict your involvement 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 26
Q&A round Understand the question and be to the point If you are asked a question you do not know the answer to, do not be afraid to admit to not knowing, you could say “that is an interesting line of thought, which I hadn’t considered” “I’m sorry I’m not aware of that.” 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 27
See your self transform into the kind of public speaker you want to be 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 28
Thank you -Srujani Shrawne (SE- Environment) 10-03-2014 Srujani Shrawne 29
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