slide 1: How will you
your talk slide 2: Question 1
How well do you know the
people you speak with slide 3: The audience is
the heart of
https://hbr.org/2015/04/the-best-presentations-are-tailored-to-the-audience slide 4: The audience is interested in their problems.
Make your talk about them.
http://www.destination-innovation.com/articles/the-eight-worst-mistakes-made-by-keynote-speakers/ slide 5: http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2013/02/going_from_suck_to_non-suck_as.html
Show the listeners that you
truly care about them. slide 6: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/insights/matt-abrahams-good-question-can-be-key-successful-presentation
2 questions for you:
1. What do people already know
2. What do people need to hear slide 7: Further inspiration
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Needs-that-people-have-1530997 slide 8: Question 2
How short will your talk be slide 9: Keep your talk focused on the 1 or 2 things
you want people to remember.
http://finans.dk/artikel/ECE4597216/lE6r_at_tale_som_en_verdensleder/ slide 10: State the most important
recommendations at the start.
Then move on to supporting data.
https://hbr.org/2012/10/how-to-present-to-senior-execu slide 11: Cut out everything
that is not essential.
http://www.amazon.de/101-Tips-Speakers-prepare-tremendous-ebook/dp/B00S59KEY0 slide 12: If you had only 1 sentence what would you say
http://www.amazon.de/101-Tips-Speakers-prepare-tremendous-ebook/dp/B00S59KEY0 slide 13: Question 3
What questions will
you ask people slide 14: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/insights/matt-abrahams-good-question-can-be-key-successful-presentation
How many of you have.... slide 15: What about asking an event participant to
1. read a quote written on a slide and / or
2. comment on a / the quote
https://hbr.org/2015/08/6-ways-to-reduce-the-stress-of-presenting slide 16: https://www.lynda.com/Business-Skills-tutorials/Explaining-your-reasoning/423244/438035-4.html
What do you think slide 17: When you ask a question
pause and count to 3 or 4.
http://www.inc.com/justin-bariso/want-to-be-a-better-presenter-fix-this-one-mistake-right-now.html slide 18: Further inspiration
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Conversation-exercises-1791882 slide 19: Question 4
How often will you pause slide 20: The most powerful weapon in a speaker’s
armoury is the pause.
Use a pause after a question for example.
http://www.amazon.de/101-Tips-Speakers-prepare-tremendous-ebook/dp/B00S59KEY0 slide 21: Use a pause to help people absorb what
you say and to get people’s attention.
http://hbr.org/tipdate050712 slide 22: A pause gives people time to think.
http://blog.prezi.com/latest/2014/2/7/10-most-common-rookie-mistakes-in-public-speaking.html slide 23: Question 5
How slowly will you speak slide 25: The average adult reads 300 words per
minute but people can only listen well
to 150 words per minute.
Therefore slow down.
https://hbr.org/2014/09/a-speech-is-not-an-essay slide 26: Take a breath before you begin
speaking to avoid rushing and mumbling.
http://www.businessinsider.com/common-speaking-mistakes-2013-12 slide 27: Communicate with a clear strong voice.
http://youtu.be/O2dEuMFR8kw slide 28: Question 6
How will you
make your talk personal slide 29: Include some stories – preferably about real
people or even yourself.
The personal touch can really help to give the
talk authenticity and interest.
Tip 5. slide 30: http://youtu.be/O2dEuMFR8kw
People will better follow and remember stories.
Stories create emotional connections. slide 31: https://hbr.org/2015/05/your-presentation-needs-a-punch-line
Have you thought about
why you should be telling
this story What is unique
about you slide 32: Talk about things
you believe in.
https://hbr.org/2013/02/going-from-suck-to-non-suck_as.html slide 33: If you should mention a person by
name and connect him or her to the story
you are telling who would that person be
https://hbr.org/2014/08/5-tips-for-off-the-cuff-speaking/ slide 34: How can you bring
informal style into
http://blog.prezi.com/latest/2014/2/7/10-most-common-rookie-mistakes-in-public-speaking.html slide 35: Further inspiration
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/What-is-your-purpose-1438787 slide 36: Question 7
How will you use
”I” language slide 37: https://www.lynda.com/Business-Skills-tutorials/Speaking-so-you-understood/423244/438033-4.html
I don’t see it that way.
I don’t understand. slide 38: Question 8
How will you use
simple language slide 39: Keep it simple. The human brain likes easy things.
http://www.economist.com/news/books-and-arts/21700610-why-donald-trumps-rhetoricwith-apologies-orwellworks-so-well-double-plus-effective slide 40: Question 9
How often will you
repeat during your talk slide 41: http://www.economist.com/news/books-and-arts/21700610-why-donald-trumps-rhetoricwith-apologies-orwellworks-so-well-double-plus-effective
We shall fight on the beaches.
We shall fight on the landing grounds.
We shall fight in the fields and in the streets. slide 42: http://www.quoteslike.com/freedom-of-speech-martin-luther-king-quotes/ slide 43: 3 ways to repeat
1. “To repeat………….….“
2. “In other words:……......…"
3. “To put it more simply:..…........”
http://www.inc.com/justin-bariso/want-to-be-a-better-presenter-fix-this-one-mistake-right-now.html slide 44: When someone asks you a question repeat it.
There are 2 reasons for this:
Some people in the audience may not have heard
It gives you more time to think of your answer.
http://www.amazon.de/101-Tips-Speakers-prepare-tremendous-ebook/dp/B00S59KEY0 slide 45: Question 10
How will you use your
body language slide 46: http://www.imagebase.net/Concept/Test-009-copy slide 47: When you speak be open
in your body language.
http://finans.dk/artikel/ECE4597216/lE6r_at_tale_som_en_verdensleder/ slide 48: 55 of your impact comes from
what your body is doing.
http://www.francescolejones.com/how-to-wow/excerpt/ slide 49: Question 11
How will you
vary your voice slide 50: Sometimes the most powerful points
can be delivered in a very quiet voice.
http://www.amazon.de/101-Tips-Speakers-prepare-tremendous-ebook/dp/B00S59KEY0 slide 51: Question 12
How much will you practice
before you speak slide 52: Sources
Know your material extremely well. slide 54: Practice your talk 3 times
1. When you finished preparing it.
2. The day before the event.
3. A few hours before you go “on.”
https://hbr.org/2015/08/6-ways-to-reduce-the-stress-of-presenting slide 55: https://hbr.org/2015/08/6-ways-to-reduce-the-stress-of-presenting
That can be counterproductive. slide 56: When practicing expect that your actual
talk will take at least 25 longer.
http://blog.prezi.com/latest/2014/2/7/10-most-common-rookie-mistakes-in-public-speaking.html slide 57: Further inspiration