Designing and Delivering Oral and Online Presentations

January 5, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: Business, Management, Project Management
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• Grammar • How to find the right structure?

Chapter 13 - 1

DESIGNING AND DELIVERING ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Chapter 13 - 2 14-2

Case: Introduce a Wonderful Project • Xiaolei is working for Creditease, a Chinese micro-finance company with a wonderful project, which she wants to introduce to you. • Think about her purposes, audience, etc.. • How to arouse interests continuously? Chapter 13 - 3

Building Your Career with Oral Presentations Display Your Skills Think on Your Feet Grasp Complex Issues Handle Challenges Chapter 13 - 4

The Three-Step Process Planning

Writing

Completing

Analyze Situation

Adapt to the Audience

Revise Message

Gather Information Select Medium

Get Organized

Compose the Message

Master Delivery Prepare to Speak Overcome Anxiety Chapter 13 - 5

Planning Presentations Analyze the Situation

Gather Information

Select the Medium

Organize the Information Chapter 13 - 6

Analyzing the Situation Purpose

Audience

Information

Emotions

Persuasion

Language

Collaboration

Circumstances Chapter 13 - 7

Selecting the Medium In-Person Presentations

Web-Based Presentations

Chapter 13 - 8

Organizing Presentations Main Idea

Scope

Approach

One Message

Time Limits

Direct

Audience Needs

Attention Span

Indirect Chapter 13 - 9

 Convince management that reorganizing the

technical support department will improve customer service and reduce employee turnover  Convince the board of directors that we should

build a new plant in Texas to eliminate manufacturing bottlenecks and improve production quality  Address employee concerns regarding a new

health-care plan by showing how the plan will reduce costs and improve the quality of their care Chapter 13 - 10

Preparing the Outline I.

State purpose and main idea

II.

Organize major points and subpoints

III. Identify introduction, body, and close IV. Show your transitions

V.

Present bibliography of sources

VI. Choose a compelling title Chapter 13 - 11

The Speaking Outline Follow Planning Outline

Presentation Cues

Select Key Words

Add Delivery Cues

Presentation Reminders

Arrange Your Notes Chapter 13 - 12

Developing Presentations Adapting to the Audience

Composing the Presentation Chapter 13 - 13

Adapting to Audiences Small Groups

Large Groups

Casual Style

Formal Style

Promote Participation

Control Participation

Simple Visuals

Multimedia Chapter 13 - 14

Composing Presentations The Introduction Arouse Interest Build Credibility Preview Message Chapter 13 - 15

Composing Presentations The Body Discuss Ideas Connect Ideas Capture Attention Chapter 13 - 16

Composing Presentations The Conclusion Restate Main Points Describe Next Steps Finish Strong Chapter 13 - 17

Enhancing Presentations Illustrating Points

Accurate Visuals Adding Variety

Creating Interest

Simple Visuals Increasing Learning Chapter 13 - 18

Writing Readable Content • Highlight key points • Summarize and preview message • Signal major shifts in thought • Illustrate ideas and concepts • Create interest in the message Chapter 13 - 19

Modifying Slide Graphics Reduce the Level of Detail

Use Graphical Elements Chapter 13 - 20

Selecting Design Elements Color Schemes

Background and Artwork

Foreground and Artwork

Fonts and Type Styles Chapter 13 - 21

Chapter 13 - 22

Chapter 13 - 23

Animation and Multimedia Transitions Builds Decorative

Functional

Hyperlinks Audio or Video Chapter 13 - 24

Completing Presentations Check slides

Test equipment Practice speech Create handouts Chapter 13 - 25

Preparing to Speak

Memorizing

Reading

Impromptu Speaking

Speaking From Notes

Purpose

Audience

Speaking Occasion

Subject Matter Chapter 13 - 26

Practicing Your Delivery Present Naturally

Check Equipment

Track Your Time

Speak Clearly

Introduce Slides

Plan for Questions Chapter 13 - 27

Delivering Presentations

Overcome Anxiety

Answer Questions

Chapter 13 - 28

Overcoming Anxiety Practice for success Prepare extra material Think positively

Visualize success Take deep breaths

Be ready to go Chapter 13 - 29

Overcoming Anxiety Do not panic Be comfortable Focus on the message

Focus on the audience Maintain eye contact

Keep on going Chapter 13 - 30

Responding to Questions Set Ground Rules

Be Prepared

Note Nonverbal Cues Give Honest Answers

Maintain Control

End the Presentation Chapter 13 - 31

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