This Presentation is about that what should be the tips and techniques for delivering an effective presentation as well as making of effective presentation and the styles of presentation
Give me feedback for my efforts
It is the process of present the content of a
topic to an audience consisting of one or
It utilizes some visual aids.
It is generally a PowerPoint file containing all
the slides for a given speech.
Maintain good eye contact.
Vary your speaking volume.
Do not read your presentation.
Don’t stand between the audience and
Use stories, questions, clips, examples etc.
Do not put both hands in your pockets for
Speak to audience. Not to the visuals.
Speak clearly and loudly enough.
Circulate around the room as you speak.
Discuss your main theme with yourself at
the beginning of the presentation.
Are the Visual Aids easy to read and
easy to understand?
Can they be easily seen from all areas
of the room?
TIPS ON VISUAL AIDS
Sign to detect that audience
is not Listening
O Start to look down.
O Touch or rub the face, hand or hair.
O Sigh heavily.
O Tape their feet.
Presentation Styles and Personal confidence
are as important as the actual content of the
Effective presenters recognize that
communication is both intellectual and
The other most and important task is to gain
and maintain the attention of the audience.
*Convey “controlled enthusiasm” for your
subject – the audience will forgive a lot of if
the speaker is enthusiastic.
*Pay attention to postures and tone.
*Your audience will mirror your attitude –
radiate confidence without preaching.
*Candidly discuss pros and cons; explain
advantages first and then the risks and
Presentations are the movie not
snapshots; prepare the space for
Alternate moving and standing still,
speaking and listening, doing and
thinking, use physical space and
body movement to enhance your
Eye contact is your primary tool for
establishing audience involvement,
Once audience interest is gained,
you must help them to retain it.
Members of the audience may drifts
in and out without paying attention
at all times.
You need to help audience refocus
periodically, reiteration, conclusions.
Text to support the communication.
Pictures to simplify complex concepts.
Animations for complex relationships.
Visuals to support, not to distract.
Sounds only when absolutely necessary.
Thinks about the people in the back of
the room when creating slides.
Speak loudly and clearly with fluctuation.
Direct your words to all aspects of the room.
Maintain eye-contact with your audience.
Asks questions of your audience
Don’t read the slides word-for-word, use them for reference.
O Practice your presentation before a neutral
audience – asks for feedback.
Be particular about the time allotted for
O Leave time for questions.