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Giving Presentations: 

Giving Presentations Business Apprentice

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Remember……… FAIL TO PLAN … PLAN TO FAIL

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There are two parts to delivering an effective presentation: 1 preparing the presentation 2 delivering the presentation

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Organise material in a logical way: Introduction Main body of presentation Conclusion Summary THINGS TO REMEMBER WHEN PREPARING YOUR PRESENTATION

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In team presentations each member must: Agree who will talk about what Know what opinions each speaker will express Plan use of visual aids Know the handover points Agree how questions and discussion should be handled TEAM PRESENTATIONS

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Prepare prompt cards: Break the talk into sections Give each section a heading Write one heading & a few prompt words onto each card Write prompts for using aids Number the cards & tag them AVOID PREPARING & READING A SCRIPT

REHEARSING YOUR PRESENTATION: 

Rehearsing is essential when making a team presentation It helps reduce nerves It improves performance Helps you to judge your timing Helps you to be aware of any distracting habits! REHEARSING YOUR PRESENTATION

Nerves are Normal !: 

WAYS OF DEALING WITH NERVES Deep breathing Holding a sharp object Make sure everything is properly set up before you start Nerves are Normal !

On the day……….: 

On the day………. Engage your audience from the start Be enthusiastic, passionate! Project your voice – but don’t shout! Speak slowly – to the audience not to the slides! Don’t read your notes Make eye contact SMILE Body language

Things to AVOID….: 

Things to AVOID…. Moving from side to side or backwards and forwards Playing with pens, pointers, glasses Putting your hands in your pockets Walking around too much Repetitive or distracting habits

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