KAMESH KUSHWAHA 3072410028 -how to make a good presentation
Post on 09-Feb-2017
How to make a good presentation.
GOVERNMENT ENGINEERING COLLEGEBILASPUR (C.G.) SEMINAR SUBMITTED TO Dr. S. K. SINGHAI(HOD OF ELECTRICAL ENGG.)AON HOW TO MAKE A GOOD PRESENTATIONSUBMITTED BYKAMESH KUSHWAHAGUIDED BYMr. YUGESH CHANDRA
How to give a good presentation.
According to most studies, the number one fear of the average person is public speaking. Number two is death.
Reach out for your whole audience
1.What do they know?
2.What dont they know?
3.What do they want?
Just be confident!Stand straight.Smile.Speak slowly.Speak loudly.Use hand gestures.
ATTITUDE AND BODY LANGUAGELook your audience in the eyes Smile it relaxes the audience. Dont be a statue. Stay cool if equipment malfunctions its not your fault.
Good (simple) PPT presentations.Keep the background simple.Contrasting background and text. Minimize text.Use good pictures and graphics.Use simple traditional fonts.
AVOID YELLOW TEXT
Group presentation dos and donts
DosDo:Alternate speakers with changes in content
Do: All of your speaking at the same time.
Do:Practice transitions before the presentation.
Do: Briefly introduce the next presenter. (3 seconds max)
Do:Stand in sequential speaking order
Do:Step forward from your group when speaking
DontsAlternate speakers with every slideAssume your team knows when to transition.Communicate transitions nonverbally.Stand wherever there is room in the venue.Stand behind a computer when speaking.Speak more than once per presentation.
Top Tips from Steve JobsPassionRule of threeSimple slidesPrepare and practiceAvoid reading from notesFunnyGraphs/diagrams
Final pointsDress smartlyCheck where you will be presentingCheck all the technology worksHave a plan for if it doesnt workGive the people listening lots of compliments, presents etc.
SummaryKnow your audience!Prepare!Practice!Actively take notes about what you like,Thank the people who helped you! Mr suhas soni (8th sem Mech. Engg.)