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  1. 1. Five Most Important Recommendations When Speaking as a Leader Alexis Enrique Keely Muhammad Nancy Tina Leaders:
  2. 2. Use Inspiration Use Inspiration Activity Stop Using Information Stop Using Information Activity Keep Content Positive Keep Content Positive Activity Avoid Negativity A Duet Remember This Guy? Avoid Negativity Activity Focus on Solutions Remember This Girl? Focus on Solutions Activity Summary Q & A 2 Agenda:
  3. 3. Use Inspiration Why ● Reveal your beliefs ● Escape from boring content ● Encourage actions of others How ● Make yourself the visual ● Use audience appropriate jargon ● Focus on your vision, not just content 3
  4. 4. Use Inspiration Why ● Reveal your beliefs ● Escape from boring content ● Encourage actions of others How ● Make yourself the visual ● Use audience appropriate jargon ● Focus on your vision, not just content 3
  5. 5. Use Inspiration Activity ● Find your Activity Sheet ● Spend one Minute ● Write down 2-3 techniques you have learned to inspire your audience 4
  6. 6. Stop Using Information 5 Why Not ● Bore your audience ● Confuse your audience ● Take action How ● Make it a reasonable length ● Keep it high level ● Minimize details
  7. 7. Stop Using Information 5 Why Not ● Bore your audience ● Confuse your audience ● Take action How ● Make it a reasonable length ● Keep it high level ● Minimize details
  8. 8. Stop Using Information Activity 6 ● Find your Activity Sheet ● Spend one Minute ● Write down 2-3 techniques you have learned to moderate information
  9. 9. Keep Content Positive Why ● Set the tone ● Elicit positivity ● Inspire positivity How ● Be repetitive ● Say it with a smile ● Use an array of methods 7
  10. 10. Keep Content Positive Why ● Set the tone ● Elicit positivity ● Inspire positivity How ● Be repetitive ● Say it with a smile ● Use an array of methods 7
  11. 11. Keep Content Positive Activity 8 ● Find your Activity Sheet ● Spend one Minute ● Write down 2-3 techniques you have learned to keep content positive
  12. 12. Avoid Negativity Why Not ● Discredit the speaker ● Scar Your Interactions ● Undercut your Leadership How ● Use positive words ● Emphasize teamwork ● Have a positive attitude 9
  13. 13. Avoid Negativity Why Not ● Discredit the speaker ● Scar Your Interactions ● Undercut your Leadership How ● Use positive words ● Emphasize teamwork ● Have a positive attitude 9
  14. 14. Replace Negativity With Positivity I’ve never done that before It’s an opportunity to learn something new It’s over my head I’ll take an alternative approach I don’t have the resources We can work as a team I’m too busy to get this done I can reevaluate my priorities That’s not going to work We can make it work That change is too radical Let’s take a chance Nobody communicates with me I’ll open the channels of communication I’m never going to learn to do this I’ll give it another try A Duet 10
  15. 15. Remember This Guy? 11
  16. 16. Avoid Negativity Activity 12 ● Find your Activity Sheet ● Spend one Minute ● Write down 2-3 techniques you have learned to avoid negativity
  17. 17. Focus on Solutions Why ● Shape the presentation ● Inspire the audience ● Outline objectives How ● Acknowledge the problem; focus on the solution ● Build up to the positive; end on a high note ● Have real solutions, not a "Sunny Disposition" 13
  18. 18. Focus on Solutions 13 Why ● Shape the presentation ● Inspire the audience ● Outline objectives How ● Acknowledge the problem; focus on the solution ● Build up to the positive; end on a high note ● Have real solutions, not a "Sunny Disposition"
  19. 19. Remember This Girl? 14
  20. 20. Focus on Solutions Activity 15 ● Find your Activity Sheet ● Spend one Minute ● Write down 2-3 techniques you have learned to focus on solutions
  21. 21. Summary Use Inspiration & Activity Stop Using Information & Activity Keep Content Positive & Activity Avoid Negativity & Activity A Duet Remember This Guy? Focus on Solutions & Activity Remember This Girl? 16
  22. 22. Questions and Answers 17
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  • Introduction:
    Good Evening Class, how is everyone doing? Thank you for being here with us.
    Tonight, I would like to see all of you participating with us in this outstanding Presentation, and of course you will be very well compensated all throughout.
    We are here tonight to share THE FIVE MOST IMPORTANT RECOMMENDATIONS WHEN SPEAKING AS A LEADER.
    My name is Enrique Martinez.... (allow presenters to introduce themselves)

    Please be aware right here in class we have major CELEBRITIES in which I would like all of us to stand up and give them a big applause.

    Will have Keely as... Madonna
    Nancy as....Pharrell
    Muhammad....Eminem
    Alexis ...Michael Jackson
    Tina...Busta Rhymes

    We thought the best way to teach everyone would be to connect each team member with an artist.
  • Now before we begin it is important we discuss our Agenda, however, I want each of you to read it first and think of a SINGLE WORD that can describe or maybe mean the same. There is not WRONG OR RIGHT ANSWER:

    Now I would like to share mine:

    Moderate Information (REASONABLE)
    Use Inspiration (POWER)
    Avoid Negativity (DENIAL)
    Emphasize Solutions (SOLVING)
    Stay Positive (ATTITUDE)
  • What does it mean to be an inspirational speaker according to the text it means that you speak in such a way that you will move people with your thinking.

    I’m going to talk about why one might want to use inspiration when speaking as a leader and explain how this might be achieved. By the end of my presentation, you will be able to take away 2-3 techniques you might use in your next presentation to inspire your audience.

    Before I begin, we are going to play name that tune. I chose Michael Jackson as my artist because he is inspiring.

    I’m going to play a 10-second clip of a Michael Song and I want you to name that tune.

    Play song (advance to next slide)

    Name that tune! allow audience to answer.

    Place other content here

    Now I will move into the activity portion of my presentation where you will listen to Michael Jackson and spend one minute writing down 2-3 techniques you have taken away to help you inspire your audience

    Advance to next slide
  • What does it mean to be an inspirational speaker according to the text it means that you speak in such a way that you will move people with your thinking.
  • After song finishes:

    Now you have a list of 2-3 techniques that you can use in your next presentation to inspire your audience

    Now I will pass the presentation on to Tina to tell you how to keep content positive
  • I’m going to talk about why one might want to avoid using too much information when speaking as a leader and explain how this might be achieved. By the end of my presentation, you will be able to take away 2-3 techniques you might use in your next presentation to avoid negativity.

    Before I begin, we are going to play name that tune. I chose Busta Rhymes as my artist because of his pressured lyrics.

    I’m going to play a 10-second clip of a Busta Rhymes song and I want you to name that tune.

    Play song (advance to next slide)

    Name that tune! allow audience to answer.

    Disadvantages:
    Bore Audience:
    Bore audience: “Less is more” as a speaker, your goal is to deliver the maximum value of information to your audience, but that doesn't necessarily mean the MOST amount of info.
    Never start with. “I’ve got a lot of info to cover today”-- automatically makes them feel like they are in a boring, lecture setting.
    Try to tell a story to keep your audience interested
    Becomes unclear:
    Simplicity and relevance are good but information needs clarity to be effective
    The less information you present – the easier it is for your audience to understand
    Present in a 6x6 rule. Use PP as a supplement to support your message, not a crutch.
    Makes it hard to take action:
    Think to yourself, What action should the user take? Why should the take it?- give them information that is useful and relevant to them.
    Most information really only contains a key point or two – grab those points and move on.
    When crafting your message be light on the details and keep it high level and don’t talk forever. Use an appropriate amount of time to convey your subject matter.

    Now I will move into the activity portion of my presentation where you will listen to Busta Rhymes and spend one minute writing down 2-3 techniques you have taken away to help you keep constrain the information you provide.




  • I’m going to talk about why one might want to keep content positive when speaking as a leader and explain how this might be achieved. By the end of my presentation, you will be able to take away 2-3 techniques you might use in your next presentation to keep content positive.

    Before I begin, we are going to play name that tune. I chose Pharrell as my artist because of his positivity. I’m going to play a 10-second clip of a Pharrell song and I want you to name that tune.

    Play song

    Name that tune!

    When you arrive on stage for your performance, you want to use positive language for your delivery, because that will set the tone for the audience experience.

    When you keep your message upbeat, it generates more jovial emotions from your audience and they might feel happy, happy, happy.

    Your audience will be more receptive to your message and they might begin singing your tune.

    They will be more engaged, like Men at Work, enthusiastic like James Brown, and they might even feel uplifted as if they are Walking on Sunshine.

    Always Accentuate the Positive.

    According to Lauren Hug, author of The Managers Guide to Presentations, one should complete a presentation planning process. When planning and composing your message, your overall theme should include inspiring words pulled from a positive vocabulary.

    Release the main idea of your message early to build up to your event and then follow with a few finale messages, so that it is repetitive. Use different methods of communication for pre and post messages, such as posters and email.

    Keep your expressions natural, relaxed, approachable and have a pleasant face.

    Don’t be a one hit wonder. Make all your messages positive, and you’ll be a rock star.

    Now I will move into the activity portion of my presentation where you will listen to Pharrell and spend one minute writing down 2-3 techniques you have taken away to help you keep content positive in your next presentation.
  • After song finishes:

    Now you have a list of 2-3 techniques that you can use in your next presentation to ensure you keep content positive.

    Now I will pass the presentation on to Muhammad to tell you how to avoid negativity.
  • I’m going to talk about why one might want to avoid negativity when speaking as a leader and explain how this might be achieved. By the end of my presentation, you will be able to take away 2-3 techniques you might use in your next presentation to avoid negativity.

    Before I begin, we are going to play name that tune. I chose Eminem as my artist because of his negative lyrics.

    I’m going to play a 10-second clip of an Eminem song and I want you to name that tune.

    Play song

    Name that tune!

    If you choose to use negative language, or lyrics, you might not inspire great things from your audience.

    Your audience will hear you Roar, but if your message is dark, you could leave them a negative impression of yourself, your topic, your instruction, etc.

    You could create pessimism and your audience might feel as if they are being attacked by Beatles.

    You, as a speaker, will not be a hit.

    Your message could be forgotten or ignored if it is saturated with doom and gloom.

    Your interactions with others will be like a scratched CD.

    Nobody will want to learn from you because nobody will be receptive to anything you have to say.

    It’s a real drag when you choose to focus on negativity.

    Come out of The Darkness with your position as a leader, so your role is recognized by others.

    Choosing a negative approach is like a Wrecking Ball on your credibility, your reputation and 1:1 interactions.

    Ultimately, your team will be out of rhythm, with less than optimal performance because you will have created bad morale.

    To reiterate what Nancy said, use language that inspires and uplifts, and then your audience will have a Celebration.

    Work in teams, like Village People, to promote efficiency and productivity, which improves attitude and mood. Everyone will say “I feel good!”

    Now I want to bring Nancy back in so that we can perform a Duet for you.


  • Thank you, Muhammad.

    You all should have a copy of our duet that was provided before we began.

    This duet will demonstrate how you can alter your words and move from a negative tone to a more positive one.

    Muhammad will start us off:

    Muhammad; “Instead of saying _________”
    Nancy; “say ________________”
    (Alternate every other line until the list is complete)

    Moving forward, our composition has shown you how you can make alternative and optimal choices when choosing your words.

    Now I’ll give the presentation back to Muhammad so he can introduce you to someone who can’t seem to shake that negative vibe.
  • Who knows who Kanye West is? Raise your hand. (allow audience a brief moment to respond)

    I’m going to show you all a video that most of you have probably seen. In this video you will see how Kanye’s negative and disruptive behavior effects the audience.

    Show Video

    In the video you just watched, you all witnessed Kanye’s disruptive, ugly, entitled behavior and the effect it had on the audience, especially Beyoncé and Taylor.

    Do you all have a positive impression of Kanye today? (allow audience a brief moment to respond)

    If not, it is likely in part due to this very public display. This demonstrates how your on-stage message can reflect badly on you and your image. Your responses demonstrate how your on-stage message affects opinion.

    Now we will move to the activity portion of my presentation where you will spend one minute listening to Eminem and writing down 2-3 techniques you have taken away to help you Avoid Negativity in your next presentation.
  • WHY:
    Helps shape the presentation
    An action oriented presentation will lead the audience
    Inspires the audience
    Focusing on the problem is not inspiring.
    "Sales are down" should not be the focus. The focus should be on a plan to increase them.
    HOW:
    Acknowledge the problem, but focus on the solution.
    "This quarter has been a tough one, but we have put together a plan to ensure that the next one is better"
    Build up to the positive and end on a high note.
    Build up to the positive and end on a high note.
    Avoid double negatives
    Replace "It's not the worst quarter we've had" With "We are confident our changes will have positive impact"
    Have real solutions, not a "Sunny Disposition"
    Positive attitudes without a concrete objective creates an empty presentation.
  • We all know who Beyoncé is, right? Raise your hand if you don’t know who she is. (allow audience a brief moment to respond)

    I’m going to show you all a video that you might have seen. In this video you will see how Beyoncé addressed Kanye’s negative and disruptive behavior that we witnessed with a positive solution. Rather than bashing Kanye, she shared her public moment and the stage with Taylor.

    Show Video

    In the video you just watched, you all witnessed Beyoncé's positive solution and the effect it had on the audience.

    Based on this demonstration alone, do you all have a positive impression of Beyoncé today? (allow audience a brief moment to respond)

    This demonstrates how your on-stage message can affect your image.

    Now we will move to the activity portion of my presentation where you will spend one minute listening to Madonna and writing down 2-3 techniques you have learned that will help you focus on solutions in your next presentation.
  • After song finishes:

    Now you have a list of 2-3 techniques that you can use in your next presentation to help you focus on solutions.

    Now I will pass the presentation on to Enrique to summarize what you have learned.
  • Thank you, Keely

    To summarize what you have learned:

    Alexis used Michael Jackson to explain how to inspire your audience

    Tina used Busta Rhymes to explain how to restrain information

    Nancy used Pharrell to explain how to keep your content positive

    Muhammad used Eminem to explain how to avoid negativity

    And Keely used Madonna to explain how to focus on solutions

    Nancy and Muhammad demonstrated how to alter your language to move from negativity to positivity

    Kanye West showed up to show us how public, bad behavior influences your image and others’ opinion of you

    And Lastly, you all witnessed Beyoncé's elegance and how she chose a positive solution over a negative one, and the audience roared with exuberance!

    You might have learned some new songs tonight, but most importantly you all participated in an activity to help you identify 2-3 techniques you have learned from each of our presenters.

    Thank you all for your attention and participation and it’s been our pleasure to present to you this evening.





  • Enrique; ​

    We would like to finish this presentation the same way we started... with beautiful questions????​

    And Now, we are going to open the floor for questions?​

    Allow audience to respond ​


    QUESTIONS:​

    1-What is a leader? Leader is a person who can think of ahead of time. A leader is not just the one who leads but the one who brings people together​
    2-Who are the first leaders who come to your mind? Barack Obama, Steve Jobs, Oprah Winfrey​
    3-What makes those people great leaders?  I believe it is their will and determination. These are the people who think about others first and then about themselves. These are the people who are able to see the greater good.​

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