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  • How to GIVE a Good Presentation!-Pooja Katte

  • Our Road MapWhere to start?First impression!Non verbal languageVerbal languageSome Tips on

    PowerPoint

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  • Where to start?Know your goal

    Teach peopleMake people see something (like a brand)

  • First Impression.!

    55 % of another persons perception of you is based on how you look. *

  • Appearance=PersonalitySTYLE is the way to say who you are without having to speak

    your appearance is your brand. The way you look is the first information you convey to others about your personality. Thus, paying attention to details and adhering to some typical professional attire standards can help you appear more professional. You can be trendy and professional at the same timeyour style may even help get you noticed.Dress to imprees and express *

  • Body LanguageFacial expression

    Body language is one of the most crucial vehicles to interact. During presentations, you always use facial expressions and hand movements to explain and communicate your message. Using your facial expressions and hand movements or gestures can enable you to convey your content successfully and shows your confidence. If you use them inappropriately or inaccurately, they can become a source of distraction for your audience and will conflict with your message.(non verbal communication)*

  • Body LanguageFacial expressionHand gestures

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  • Body LanguageFacial expressionHand gesturesEye contact

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  • Verbal language Use of sounds and language to relay a messageAudibleVary the Tone /Ask Questions so as to spike up the interest

    Verbal communication refers to the use of sounds and language to relay a message. It serves as a vehicle for expressing desires, ideas and concepts and is vital to the processes of learning and teaching. In combination with nonverbal forms of communication, verbal communication acts as the primary tool for expression between two or more people.

    Although difficulties with verbal communication cant be completely avoided, it is possible to increase your chances of communicating successfully. Consider the message you wish to communicate before speaking and communicate with respect for the recipient's point of view Pay attention to what you say and how you say it. Speak clearly and enunciate your words and be conscious nonverbal aspects such as eye contact, posture and facial expressions.

    Your audience Remembering that the audience are a group of real people, who are on your side (not the enemy), and with a genuine interest in what you have to say, goes a long way to helping you communicate with them effectively. It also helps alleviate nerves.

    Audible- some rooms have better acoustics than others, but nerves can cause our volume to decrease. Keep your head up and speak slowly and clearly, aiming at the person at the back of the room. Interesting- concentration spans are short so retain interest by varying the tone of your voice. Asking a question naturally causes this to happen. Appropriately paced- Research has shown that we dont speak more quickly during presentations, but the number of natural pauses in our speech decreases. It may feel artificial, but insert enough pauses in your talk to allow the audience to take in all the information. One trick is to add a couple of extra seconds of silence as you change slides. *

  • Verbal languageGive pauses!Avoid Usage of flowery language.Grammatical and Spelling mistakes.umm,amm,ahh ,ohh.

    Verbal communication refers to the use of sounds and language to relay a message. It serves as a vehicle for expressing desires, ideas and concepts and is vital to the processes of learning and teaching. In combination with nonverbal forms of communication, verbal communication acts as the primary tool for expression between two or more people.

    Although difficulties with verbal communication cant be completely avoided, it is possible to increase your chances of communicating successfully. Consider the message you wish to communicate before speaking and communicate with respect for the recipient's point of view Pay attention to what you say and how you say it. Speak clearly and enunciate your words and be conscious nonverbal aspects such as eye contact, posture and facial expressions.

    Your audience Remembering that the audience are a group of real people, who are on your side (not the enemy), and with a genuine interest in what you have to say, goes a long way to helping you communicate with them effectively. It also helps alleviate nerves.

    Audible- some rooms have better acoustics than others, but nerves can cause our volume to decrease. Keep your head up and speak slowly and clearly, aiming at the person at the back of the room. Interesting- concentration spans are short so retain interest by varying the tone of your voice. Asking a question naturally causes this to happen. Appropriately paced- Research has shown that we dont speak more quickly during presentations, but the number of natural pauses in our speech decreases. It may feel artificial, but insert enough pauses in your talk to allow the audience to take in all the information. One trick is to add a couple of extra seconds of silence as you change slides. *

  • Some Tips on

  • Break up your Bullet points into separate slides

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  • Smoking Kills.!

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  • BOLD TEXTBIG FONTCOLOR CONTRAST

  • Max 25-30 Words per slide

  • Let Your Slides Breathe

  • It lets your audience listen to you

  • SummaryRemember!Non-verbal languageVerbal languagePowerPoint Slides

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    *55 % of another persons perception of you is based on how you look. *your appearance is your brand. The way you look is the first information you convey to others about your personality. Thus, paying attention to details and adhering to some typical professional attire standards can help you appear more professional. You can be trendy and professional at the same timeyour style may even help get you noticed.Dress to imprees and express *Body language is one of the most crucial vehicles to interact. During presentations, you always use facial expressions and hand movements to explain and communicate your message. Using your facial expressions and hand movements or gestures can enable you to convey your content successfully and shows your confidence. If you use them inappropriately or inaccurately, they can become a source of distraction for your audience and will conflict with your message.(non verbal communication)*

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    *Verbal communication refers to the use of sounds and language to relay a message. It serves as a vehicle for expressing desires, ideas and concepts and is vital to the processes of learning and teaching. In combination with nonverbal forms of communication, verbal communication acts as the primary tool for expression between two or more people.

    Although difficulties with verbal communication cant be completely avoided, it is possible to increase your chances of communicating successfully. Consider the message you wish to communicate before speaking and communicate with respect for the recipient's point of view Pay attention to what you say and how you say it. Speak clearly and enunciate your words and be conscious nonverbal aspects such as eye contact, posture and facial expressions.

    Your audience Remembering that the audience are a group of real people, who are on your side (not the enemy), and with a genuine interest in what you have to say, goes a long way to helping you communicate with them effectively. It also helps alleviate nerves.

    Audible- some rooms have better acoustics than others, but nerves can cause our volume to decrease. Keep your head up and speak slowly and clearly, aiming at the person at the back of the room. Interesting- concentration spans are short so retain interest by varying the tone of your voice. Asking a question naturally causes this to happen. Appropriately paced- Research has shown that we dont speak more quickly during presentations, but the number of natural pauses in our speech decreases. It may feel artificial, but insert enough pauses in your talk to allow the audience to take in all the information. One trick is to add a couple of extra seconds of silence as you change slides. *Verbal communication refers to the use of sounds and language to relay a message. It serves as a vehicle for expressing desires, ideas and concepts and is vital to the processes of learning and teaching. In combination with nonverbal forms of communication, verbal communication acts as the primary tool for expression between two or more people.

    Although difficulties with verbal communication cant be completely avoided, it is possible to increase your chances of communicating successfully. Consider the message you wish to communicate before speaking and communicate with respect for the recipient's point of view Pay attention to what you say and how you say it. Speak clearly and enunciate your words and be conscious nonverbal aspects such as eye contact, posture and facial expressions.

    Your audience Remembering that the audience are a group of real people, who are on your side (not the enemy), and with a genuine interest in what you have to say, goes a long way to helping you communicate with them effectively. It also helps alleviate nerves.

    Audible- some rooms have better acoustics than others, but nerves can cause our volume to decrease. Keep your head up and speak slowly and clearly, aiming at the person at the back of the room. Interesting- concentration spans are short so retain interest by varying the tone of your voice. Asking a question naturally causes this to happen. Appropriately paced- Research ha