Discovering Your Delivery Style

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What's your delivery style? Don't know? That's okay, because most people don't. However, when it comes to presentations, knowing which delivery style plays on your strengths as a presenter is crucial in becoming a master presenter. Even if you're not trying to become the next Steve Jobs, it's still important to know what style works best for you. That's why, in this Slideshare, we'll be going over the various presentation delivery styles and what makes them unique.


<ul><li><p>DISCOVERING YOUR OWN</p><p>DELIVERY STYLE</p></li><li><p>Were a unique.</p><p>We each have our own way of speaking, walking, dancing, eating, and even how we approach presentations. </p></li><li><p>Some believe presentations are meant to be en-tertaining, while others think its the information </p><p>delivery that matters most. </p></li><li><p>Regardless, theres a great presenter inside all of us and channeling this is just a matter of finding the most comfortable style and running with it. </p></li><li><p>unique.Because the most powerful thing you can be in a presentation is </p><p>PIZZA ON WHEELS</p></li><li><p>This isnt to say you shouldnt pick up a few things from some talented speakers. </p></li><li><p>Having some presentation role models is a great way to learn what youre capable of. </p></li><li><p>So as we go through some delivery styles try to picture yourself physically giving a presentation using one of them.</p><p>Styles ofDELIVERY</p><p>COACH</p><p>HOST</p><p>HEADLINER</p><p>TEACHER</p><p>Most likely, youll find yourself drawn to a specific one, but you might also find another that mentions traits you exhibit.</p></li><li><p>PIZZA ON WHEELS</p><p>PIZZA ON WHEELS</p><p>PIZZA ON WHEELS</p><p>PIZZA ON WHEELS</p><p>PIZZA ON WHEELS</p><p>TeacherDo you like telling stories, recapping an event or summarizing an episode of a TV show? </p></li><li><p>The ability to tell a story in any capacity is a gift and an indicator of being a teacher-style presenter.</p></li><li><p>The teacher is a storyteller skilled in listening to an audience, getting a feel for the room and </p><p>adjusting accordingly.</p></li><li><p>They have a natural tendency to inform their peers about certain things and delve deep </p><p>into discussions.</p></li><li><p>Teacher Examples</p><p>SIMON SINEK Author/Motivational Speaker</p><p>DAVID ROSEVenture Capitalist/Entrepreneur</p><p>SETH GODINAuthor/Marketer</p><p>1</p><p>2</p><p>3</p></li><li><p>What does the host of a party do? They make you feel safe. </p><p>Ho</p><p>PIZZA ON WHEELSPIZZA ON WHEELS</p></li><li><p>A good host, presentation-wise, is flexible, able to read people and build credibility.</p></li><li><p>The host makes themselves relatable and cre-ates a comfortable, enjoyable environment </p><p>meant to inspire their audience while gaining their trust and respect.</p></li><li><p>Ho Examples</p><p>SCOTT HARRISON Founder and CEO of Charity: Water</p><p>GUY KAWASAKI Motivational Speaker/Entrepreneur</p><p>BREN BROWNAuthor/Research Professor</p><p>1</p><p>2</p><p>3</p></li><li><p>Are you naturally competitive and extremely passionate?</p><p>Coach</p><p>PIZZA ON WHEELS</p></li><li><p>The coach is a leader and a thinker, meaning they dont just inspire, but motivate their audiences.</p></li><li><p>They enjoy pumping up their friends, team and colleagues to do something big because they </p><p>aim to see results.</p></li><li><p>Coach Examples</p><p>JIMMY VALVANOCollege Basketball Coach/Professional Broadcaster</p><p>ADMIRAL WILLIAM MCRAVENNinth commander of U.S. Special Operations Command</p><p>LES BROWNMotivational Speaker/Former Politician</p><p>1</p><p>2</p><p>3</p></li><li><p>Are you the life of the party? Do you like to entertain your family, friends and co-workers by making them laugh? </p><p>Headliner</p><p>PIZZA ON WHEELS</p></li><li><p>Being a headliner in the presentation world is all about inspiring and delivering an entertaining </p><p>message for the audience.</p></li><li><p>The headliner craves attention, but not in a neg-ative way. They use their powers for good to </p><p>lead their audiences. </p></li><li><p>Headliner Examples</p><p>AZIZ ANSARIComedian/Writer</p><p>BILL CLINTONFormer U.S. President</p><p>MAYA ANGELOUPoet</p><p>1</p><p>2</p><p>3</p></li><li><p>If you dont fall into one of these categories, do not be alarmed because people are never just one type of presenter.</p><p>PIZZA ON WHEELS</p><p>PIZZA ON WHEELS</p><p>PIZZA ON WHEELS</p><p>PIZZA ON WHEELS</p><p>PIZZA ON WHEELS</p><p>sound like you?Notice any style that </p><p>PIZZA ON WHEELS</p></li><li><p>These styles are to simply give you a sense of direction, not exclude you from anything. </p><p>Knowing how to present is important, but presenting based on your strengths is crucial.</p></li><li><p>Youll be more comfortable speaking if you know that youre naturally good at it. </p><p>So, if you have an idea of your presentation style, what do you do next?</p></li><li><p>Practice.</p><p>And, to do that, just come visit us at to get more presentation help, tips and tricks. facebook twitter blog</p></li></ul>