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  1. Presentation Skills Jan Buermans www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  2. You are an authorbecause you make the presentation,you’re a directorbecause you decide how to get your message acrossand you are anactorbecause you give the presentation www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

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  5. Determine the goal/objective of your presentation What do you want to achieve? The appealing aspect www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  6. What it is about ! Clear language Excellent structure To the point The content www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  7. The way you perform your speech Body language Credibility The expressive aspect www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  8. The willingness of the audience to listen The impact of your speech Relationship www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

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  10. CONTENT www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  11. It usually takes more than 3 weeks to prepare a good speech (Mark Twain) www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  12. Introduction : what are you going to do and how Core : facts & figures Conclusion : based upon the facts & figures Basic structure of a presentation www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  13. Simplicity in style and words Simple and short sentences No written language Use your own style FIRST : the core www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  14. Recapitulation No new information, nor arguments Introduction & conclusion : best remembered by the audience Brief and powerful Build up to a positive climax ‘Leave a last impression’ Next : the conclusion www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  15. Introduce the subject : make it specific and appealing Mention the goal/objective : ‘why do I want to talk about this’ Illustrate the importance for the audience to listen to you : ‘what’s in it for them’ LAST : the introduction www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  16. GOAL www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

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  18. As from the start : in the introduction Clear-cut, explicit and unmistakable Simple and clear phrasing The core essence of the presentation in 1 sentence Very specific Goal/objective of a presentation www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  19. BODY www.act2act.be acting – consulting - training www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

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  21. The importance ofbody language www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  22. Body language Your body language supports the content Body, intonation and content must be in complete harmony www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  23. The body www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

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  25. Nervous moves Uncertain • scratching ears, nose, arm, … • glasses • Uncomfortable • Distraction audience www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  26. Proper body language Arms next to the body • Start position to use hands • Gestures = energy • Relaxed perception • Self-confidence www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  27. Proper body language Tennis ball or weatherman • Relaxed perception • Self-confidence • Do not interweave your fingers www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  28. Proper body language Hold something in your hands • Pen, index card, laser pointer, … www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  29. Stable & solid= confidence + persuasiveness Legs : 20 cm from each other Feet : parallel Feet : both on the floor Weight equally divided on both feet Legs & feet www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  30. DO NOT stand with legs wide apart ‘swing’ cross your feet Legs & feet www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  31. Use the available space Move with a purpose Don’t walk around all the time Pause and stand still Make variations in your movements Use the room www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  32. Your body sends a message Your body language will help you or kill you The way you use your body will determine the credibility of your message The importance of your position www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  33. BE YOURSELF ! BE REAL ! In contact with yourself In contact with your audience HOW do you do that? www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  34. Outfit www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  35. Dress appropriately : neat and smart Wear something comfortable that you really like Make sure your headset can be attached Outfit www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  36. The voice www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  37. VOLUME INTONATION Bad ARTICULATION Talking too FAST Frequent problems www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  38. Talking with a low voice demands too much energy from the audience (cf. reading a medical information leaflet) Talking with a low voice is losing the attention Talk loud and clear from the beginning Everybody needs to hear you A loud voice = more ‘colour’ Volume www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  39. Lack of intonation = boring sadness fear insecurity Loud voice = more intonation Intonation www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  40. Audibility Clarity Don’t talk between the teeth Loud voice = better articulation Articulation www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  41. Do not talk too fast : ‘It kills the public’ Importance of the content disappears Tiring Audience pulls out Tempo www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  42. SILENCE (3 - 4 seconds) : Relaxing for audience Time for the audience to reflect on the content Indicates a new subject To emphasize an important topic Tempo www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  43. Annoying ! Audience cannot longer focus on the content Euh You know So I mean …. Stopgaps / fillers www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  44. The audience www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

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  46. Neutral Not interested Arms crossed Whispering Doing their nails Sleeping … Reaction of the audience www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  47. It does NOT necessarily mean that your presentation is boring !! ACCEPT this behaviour Do not change your presentation Do not start repeating Reaction of the audience • Yelling and throwing tomatoes …… • is alarming ….. www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  48. Expectations www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  49. That you know what you talk about That your speech provides answers to solve a problem or meets their needs (to learn something) That you perform vividly, enthusiastically en understandably What does the audience expect? www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training

  50. Questionsjury & public (2 min.) www.act2act.be acting –consulting -training