Download
full screen image something for audience to look at before presentations starts n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Full Screen Image Something For Audience To Look At Before Presentations Starts PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Full Screen Image Something For Audience To Look At Before Presentations Starts

Full Screen Image Something For Audience To Look At Before Presentations Starts

70 Vues Download Presentation
Télécharger la présentation

Full Screen Image Something For Audience To Look At Before Presentations Starts

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. Full Screen ImageSomething For Audience To Look At Before Presentations Starts

  2. Title With Background Image

  3. The Motivational Approach to Leadership Chapter 3

  4. MAKING CONNECTIONS What Motivates Consumers to Use the INTERNET

  5. The Addicts presents INTERNETADDICTION Neka Brian Jay Andreya “Stuck On The Web”

  6. Introduction – Gain Attention Full Screen Image

  7. Strategies for Gaining Attention – Animated Image

  8. “Communication competence depends on knowledge, skill, and motivation. One type of knowledge is person knowledge. One’s ability to engage in perspective-taking when working as a member of a project team can be enhanced by understanding the interpersonal needs than each member brings to the group.” Dr. Kasch . i Chris Kasch Strategies for Gaining Attention - Quotation

  9. Introduction – Gain Attention Strategies for Opening Messages

  10. What is Internet Addiction? Strategy- Rhetorical Question

  11. Strategy- Humor

  12. Introduction – Gain Attention Full Screen Image

  13. Introduction – Establish Relevance Identify the Reasons Audience Should Listen

  14. Introduction – Establish Relationship Relationship Building Strategies

  15. Relationship-Building Strategies Full Screen Image Individual Team Members or Entire Team

  16. Jamie Greenberg Danielle Hanrahan Sarah Knutson Emily Coultas Donovan Hill Neka Jackson

  17. Relationship-Building Strategies Dialogue with the Audience

  18. What Do You Remember Most About High School?

  19. Introduction – Build ContextOrient The Audience Place The Presentation In A Larger Contest of Meaning

  20. Introduction – Thesis Sentence Sentence Which Economically Points Direction To All Main points

  21. I. First Main Question • A. First Answer

  22. 25-50 Word Quotation Which Develops Sub point AInclude Thumbnail Image of AuthorInclude Thumbnail Image of Book Jacket

  23. “The World Wide Web on the Internet levels the communications playing field and, as such, represents the most important innovation in mass communication since the development of the printing press”. Donna Hoffman, Ph.D. Vanderbilt University School of Management Strategy – Quotation from Authority

  24. Full Screen ImageAnalogy

  25. Full Screen Image Analogy

  26. 66 % Strategy - Statistics/Metrics

  27. There are two basic ways of looking at ethics. • Absolutist There is a right or wrong answer for every Ethical Situation apart from the background, situation, or consequence • Situational It is irrational to make choices without Regard for the situation Questionalble Contrast (Background and Font)

  28. “The future is already here it is just not evenly distributed yet.”William GibsonNovelist Strategy - Dramatic or Humorous One-Liner

  29. First Main Question Repeated A. First Answer B. Second Answer

  30. Strategy -Full Screen ImageCommon GroundImage from Popular Film

  31. Interdependence Shared Goals And Vision T E A M Communication Cohesion Structure Visual Definition (Definition by Component Parts)

  32. Strategy – Dialogue with the Audience Why must a task be complex for a group to experience interdependence?

  33. StrategyCommon Ground“In The News”

  34. Strategy - Clip Art is like the ClichéUse Sparingly Unless Your Have No Alternatives

  35. clipart sucks Clip Art is like the ClichéUse Sparingly Unless Your Have No Alternatives

  36. First Main Question Repeated A. First Answer/Sub point B. Second Answer/Sub point C. Third Answer/Sub point

  37. "Cohesion-or solidarity, moral, community, and fellow-feeling-is the invisible binding material of teams. Cohesion makes people feel better, and it is a crucial ingredient for team viability." Leigh Thompson J. Jay Gerber Distinguished Professor of Dispute Resolution and Organizations Kellogg School of Management Northwestern University Strategy – Quotation from Authority

  38. Strategy-Full Screen Image-Vacation Photo to Personalize