10 Minute Guide To Business Presentations by Raymond M. Olderman

By Raymond M. Olderman

Studying to speak successfully can remedy quite a few difficulties within the office earlier than they take place. This publication explains all of the crucial tools of verbal exchange and contains fabric on non-verbal and go cultural verbal exchange.

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Present three key ideas as supporting evidence. Under each idea, introduce no more than three related concepts. I l@ve RuBoard I l@ve RuBoard Present Your Ideas Creatively Most of us recall ideas best when they're presented not simply as abstract concepts but in a form that we can see at least in our mind's eye. In literature, among the most popular devices are metaphors and similes. An author will take an abstract emotion like fear and describe it as a "gnawing at the pit of the stomach," for example.

Try to keep your graph as simple as possible. Don't draw in lines showing 15 or 18 different items and try to compare them. Your audience will never be able to follow what you're telling them. Diagrams These visuals are especially valuable to show your audience a complex piece of equipment, the layout of a plant or other facility, and even the organization of your company (organization chart). A picture can truly be worth 1,000 words by showing how parts relate to each other in a way that words alone could not explain.

Tip Try to stand to the right of a visual aid (to the left, from the audience's point of view). The reason is that listeners read from left to right. That way, their eyes start with you, and you remain the center of attention as they read the visual. 4. Avoid the Statue of Liberty position. As you introduce the visual, it's a good idea to point to it, but most visuals should be simple enough so that you don't need to continue to point to them as you discuss them. 5. Too many speakers get locked in a Statue of Liberty position, which is extremely tiring and often prevents them from using gestures.

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