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    Public Speaking Powerful Presentation Skills

    Facilitated by Ron Morris

    Our team is committed to providing you with an interactive learning experience that is relevant to your career and your workplace. We believe

    that fun is conducive to learning and we look forward to your participation.,d.cGE&psig=AFQjCNFHxRZa8Fw9oD8qgoFxQ5JmLPCTdw&ust=1374074388664673

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    • Dealing with Nervousness

    • Building Self-Confidence

    • Preparing Powerful Presentations – 4 P’s

    • Elements of a Successful Presentation

    • Humour – When & Where to use it

    • Delivering Persuasive Presentations

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    “No one can intimidate me without my

    permission!” - Eleanor Roosevelt

    Seminar Goal

    “Deliver a presentation that will inspire you to give convincing presentations to your clients.”,d.cGE&psig=AFQjCNHQgYGs2ZB94ufXZ3XBpsc_eTlw4w&ust=1374093153282746

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    • Breath properly

    • Be prepared

    • Eye contact…or not!

    • Body language

    • Visualization

    • Affirmations

    • They’re in underwear… or less!

    Preparing Powerful Presentations

    The four P’s for Great Presentations:

    1. Plan

    2. Prepare

    3. Practice

    4. Present,d.cGE&psig=AFQjCNEamEJseVjklQfLbY-Spu7zzSm21Q&ust=1374092694900241

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    Four P’s –Plan Your Objective

    Know your audience

     Knowledge

     Experience

     Needs

     Goals

    Four P’s –Plan Your Objective

    Define the purpose of your talk

     Educate or Inform

     Persuade

     Motivate to take action

     Sell

     Entertain

     Touch the emotions

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    Four P’s –Plan Your Objective

    1. Decide on a thesis

    2. Write out a thesis statement

    3. Research

    4. Sort into “must,” “should” & “nice”

    Four P’s - Prepare

    Establish PMA (Positive Mental Attitude)

     Visualize success

     Visualize audience response

     Use positive self talk

     Add value & believe in your message-

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    Four P’s - Prepare

    Establish PMA (Positive Mental Attitude)

    Use Proof and Visuals

     Statistics

     Analogies

     Demonstrations

     Testimonials

     Incidents and personal examples

     Props and exhibits

    Four P’s - Prepare

    Establish PMA (Positive Mental Attitude)

     Prepare grabber/attention getting sentence

     State your thesis or main theme

     Develop bridges between key points

     Prepare a memorable closing statement

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    Four P’s - Practice

     Build self-confidence by:

     Being credible

     Sharing your excitement

     Practice using & review your visual aids for:

     Clarity & eye appeal

     Relevancy

     Quality

     Impact

    Four P’s - Present

    Be yourself and use personal examples

    Involve the audience

    Gestures, body language, vocal variety

    Maintain enthusiasm

    Quote a resource

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    Dressing Appropriately

    First impressions count!

    To show confidence, know

    what you are talking about…

    dress the way you want to be


    Err on the conservative side.

    Dress industry appropriate.

    Speaking Professionally





    Slang or vulgarities

    Gender references

    Acronyms and jargon


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    Elements of a Successful Presentation

    The Message

    Your Body Language

    The Rule of Twelve

    Your Equipment

    The Environment

    Eye Contact

    Look at friendly Faces

    Four Quadrants

    Hold for 2 – 5 seconds

    Smile frequently,d.cGE&psig=AFQjCNFLkZ9dak0v-Lyyjzm2hfzo1v1_tA&ust=1374076638759781

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    Value of Good Eye Contact

    Makes your audience feel involved

    Shows confidence in yourself

    Audience feels you have an interest in them.

    Perils of Poor Eye Contact

    Make sure to watch out for:

    Eye Dart

    Eye Drop

    Too Mechanical


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    Body Language





    38% 55%

    Body Language

    Positives Negatives

    Open Body Language Tapping your Fingers or Feet

    Sweeping Gestures Arms Crossed

    Palms Up Glancing at Watch

    Leaning Forward Leaning Back

    Natural, Smooth Hand Gestures Tense Body

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    The Speaker’s Stance

    Watch Out!

    The ‘Fig Leaf’

    The ‘Reverse Fig Leaf’


    Crossed Arms

    Hands on Hips

    Pointing with one Finger

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    Watch Out for This Too!

    Hand wringing

    The same gestures over and over and over and over and over again.

    Make the gesture fit the emotion.

    Don’t get glued to one spot.

    The Rule of Twelve

    The first twelve inches from the shoulders up.

    The first twelve steps a person takes.

    The first twelve words a person speaks.

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    Effective Use of Humour

    Avoid controversy

    Be natural

    Make it relevant

    Keep it clean

    Delivering Persuasive Presentations

    Involve audience to build rapport

    Ask audience if any questions

    Listen very carefully

    Speak with conviction

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    Getting Ready for your Presentation

    Organize material

    Practice but don’t memorize

    Role Play

    Clarify & ask for feedback

    Know when to stop talking – listen to your audience.

    It Doesn’t Matter How Anyone Else Sees You