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PRESENTATION SKILLS:

PRESENTATION SKILLS SUBMITTED BY-: SUMIT SHARMA(A2305412008) ROHAAN MEHTA(A2305412003) ASHISH RAJAWAT(A2305412007) SUMEET GARG(A2305412005) 5 MAE-1-X

Presentation skills:

Presentation skills A presentation is a live mode of sharing information with a select audience. It is a form of oral communication in which a person shares factual information with a particular audience.

CHARACTERSTICS OF GOOD PRESENTATION:

CHARACTERSTICS OF GOOD PRESENTATION There is a clear structure with an introduction, discussion and conclusion. Facts and figures are visually represented in tables, graphs and charts and are used to make the presentation vivid and interesting. Humour and anecdotes may be employed to create a good relationship with the audience. Questions are given serious attention and are regarded as an essential part of presentation.

PREPARING A PRESENTATION:

PREPARING A PRESENTATION Presentation have three major components-: THE PRESENTER THE AUDIENCE The specific content and definite objective to be achieved.

Steps to prepare for the presentation:

Steps to prepare for the presentation Identify the purpose and goal of presentation. Analyse the audience and their needs. Collate the relevant information. Design and organize the information. Time the presentation. Decide on the medium of presentation and visual aids. Become familiar with the location of the presentation.

Delivering the presentation:

Delivering the presentation Do not read loud. Use the “ you” attitude to ensure audience involvement, tell the audience how the information being presented is useful to them. Outline the content of the presentation in the beginning itself. Try to involve the audience and encourage their participation. To arouse and sustain the audience interest, the speaker should maintain eye contact throughout the presentation.

Rehearsal:

Rehearsal To give a good presentation, the speaker should rehearse his or her full performance ahead of time: Co-ordinate speech with visual projections Know if the information has been properly edited Check if the duration of presentation is appropriate Minimize stage fright

Body Language:

Body Language For presentation the following aspects of non-verbal behaviour are particularly relevant: Professional appearance Positive posture Eye contact Use of positive gestures and hand movements that reinforcement the argument Smiling and looking relaxed while answering question

Handling questions and debate:

Handling questions and debate Questions can be motivated by different reasons, ranging from rivalry or jealousy to genuine curiosity. They can be classified as : Genuine questions Questions asked for the sake of questioning Attention-grabbing Unanswerable Tangential questions Challenging questions

Tips to fight stage fright:

Tips to fight stage fright Stage fright is a natural experience for all presenters. Some tips to deal with it includes: Always look for some smiling faces among the listeners and make eye contact with them, they will make you feel at ease Rehearse your presentation before friends Memorize opening lines to help get yourself started Do extensive research on the topic and be over prepared Use it as a positive source of nervous energy for performing well

7 Steps of giving the presentation:

7 Steps of giving the presentation OPEN EXPLORE EXPLAIN INVITE SUMMARIZE REQUEST REACTION CLOSE

4 P’s of Presentation:

4 P’s of Presentation PLANNING PREPARATION PRACTICE PERFORMANCE

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