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  1. Developing Oral and Online Presentations

  2. Learning Objectives • Explain how oral and online presentations can influence your career and learn to adapt the three-step process to oral presentations • Explain why limiting your scope is especially important for oral presentations • Discuss the three functions of an effective introduction

  3. Learning Objectives • Identify six ways to get and hold your audience’s attention • Describe the techniques you can use to feel more confident in front of an audience • List six steps you can take to handle questions during a presentation

  4. Building Your Career with Oral Presentations • Display your skills • Think on your feet • Grasp complex issues • Handle challenges

  5. The Three-Step Process • Planning • Writing • Closing

  6. Planning the Presentation • Analyze the situation • Gather the information • Select the medium • Organize the message

  7. Analyzing the Situation • Information • Persuasion • Collaboration

  8. Analyzing the Audience • Supportive • Interested but neutral • Uninterested • Apprehensive • Hostile

  9. Assessing the Environment • Seating arrangements • Classroom or theater • Conference table • Horseshoe or “U” shape • Café style

  10. Selecting the Medium • In-person presentations • Web-based presentations

  11. Organizing the Presentation • Define the main idea • Limit the scope • Choose the approach

  12. Preparing the Outline • State purpose and main idea • Group major points and subpoints • List introduction, body, and close • Show your connections • Show your sources • Choose a title

  13. The Speaking Outline • Follow the planning outline • Condense points and transitions to keywords • Add delivery cues • Arrange your notes

  14. Writing the Presentation • Adapting to the audience • Composing the presentation

  15. Adapting to the Audience • Small groups • Casual style, promote participation, use simple visuals • Large audiences • Formal style, control participation, use multimedia

  16. Composing the Presentation • The introduction • Arouse interest • Build credibility • Preview message

  17. Composing the Presentation • The body • Discuss ideas • Connect ideas • Capture attention

  18. Composing the Presentation • The conclusion • Restate main points • Describe next steps • End on a strong note

  19. Completing Presentations • Master the delivery • Prepare to speak • Overcome anxiety • Respond to questions

  20. Mastering Your Delivery • Memorizing • Reading • Impromptu speaking • Speaking from notes

  21. Preparing to Speak • Check the location • Consider your audience • Adapt to other cultures

  22. Overcoming Anxiety • Practice, practice, practice • Prepare more material than necessary • Think positively • Visualize your success • Take a few deep breaths • Be ready

  23. Overcoming Anxiety • Don’t panic • Be comfortable • Concentrate on your message • Focus on your audience • Maintain eye contact • Keep going

  24. Speaking with Confidence • Nonverbal signals • Controlled beginning • Relaxed posture • Sound of your voice

  25. Responding to Questions • Focus on the questioner • Respond appropriately • Maintain control • Survive the hot seat • Encourage questions • End the presentation