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TIPS FOR ON STAGE PRESENTATION FOR EXECUTIVES AND PROFESSIONALS

TIPS SHARED BASED ON MY EXPERIENCES PRESENTING ON STAGE AND REFERENCES FROM OTHER TIPS IN VARIOUS ONLINE MATERIALS.
CUSTOMIZED TO FOCUS ON YOUNG AND FUTURE EXECUTIVES AND PROFESSIONALS

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TIPS FOR ON STAGE PRESENTATION FOR EXECUTIVES AND PROFESSIONALS

  1. 1. By ZAINI ABDUL WAHAB Energy Management Consultant UNITEN,BANGI 16th October 2014
  2. 2.  Prerequisites  Tips to SPEAK  Tips to PRESENT
  3. 3. CONSULTANT/ PRACTITIONER REGULATOR/ POLICY MAKER IN GOVERNMENT SERVICES CONSULTANT/ INDUSTRY PLAYER 1997-2004 2004-2012 2012-present
  4. 4. AS A PROPFESSIONAL SPEAKER AT LOCAL & INTERNATIONAL EVENTS
  5. 5. AS A TRAINER FOR CAPACITY BUILDING PROGRAMS
  6. 6. A PANELIST FOR LIVE SHOWS AT TV STATIONS
  7. 7. Johor FM Melaka FM Mutiara FM, Penang Sabah FM Pahang FM Negeri FM AT RADIO STATIONS
  8. 8. IN PRINTED & ONLINE MEDIA
  9. 9.  YOU…. › Will stand among the rest › Will be noticed › Will be remembered › Will create positive impression & good reputation › Will have positive impacts in career  Reflect your credentials
  10. 10. Formal attire is for everyone as a part of the international business language
  11. 11.  BLACK—color of authority  RED—good for confidence  BROWN—denotes reliability  GREY—shows dependability  Pastels are best worn for accents such as blouses & scarves - they suggest lack of credibility
  12. 12.  May be the biggest part of effective workplace communication  It “tells”—gestures and facial expressions tell the listener what you are thinking or what your attitude is regardless of what you are verbalizing  Hidden signals conveyed by your body  The ‘smile’ factor, building posture, facial expressions & eye contact & gestures
  13. 13.  Act confident & feel confident  Confident vs. Cocky
  14. 14.  Smile  Stay still & firm
  15. 15.  Basic grooming › Suitable,“Safe” & comfortable  Move slower › Body movement › When you speak
  16. 16. S •Selling P •Promoting E •Expression A •Attitude K •Knowledge
  17. 17.  When we speak, our listeners get an impression of how we feel from our tone of voice  We can sound pleasant & friendly, angry & upset, or irritated & frustrated  Need to be cautious about the tone we use, so that we convey our message effectively  How do you want to be perceived?  Do you let your underlying emotions interfere in your daily conversations with others? › If you do, then you may be sending the wrong messages!
  18. 18.  Our melody is more controlled › we can stress important words with less up & down with pitch changes  Our speaking volume may be louder
  19. 19.  Our up &down pitch when stressing words is more extreme - we tend to make higher pitch changes  A quieter voice will signal a less aggressive tone  When we are happy, we generally smile when we speak - people can hear it! Use your smile as much as you can to help your speech sound more pleasing to others!
  20. 20.  Find the right theme for your listeners  Structure your plan so that you can deliver on that theme persuasively  Adapt to listeners’ reactions as you speak
  21. 21.  The presentation to precisely address:  what they like to hear, see & talk about Decisions will be based on what THEY WANT TO HEAR rather than what YOU WANT TO PRESENT!  what is the return from the investment & how soon they can get back the return  what are the risks & measures to mitigate the risks  how does your products/project works(may be the only technical element in the presentation)  Decisions required from them!
  22. 22. Be Clear & Concise Incorporate other assets Show, Don't Tell Demonstrate Your Product
  23. 23.  Don't have to get fancy, make it simple! - What's the most concise way to showcase what your product/project does?  How to highlight the best things about it › What makes it special/unique › What would make you want to get/buy it? Be Clear & Concise Put yourself on the other side of the fence and sell yourself on your own product
  24. 24. Show, Don't Tell  You want to show people your product, not tell them about it  A few great pictures really worth a thousand words You'll have an opportunity to call out as many details as you want in your product description
  25. 25. Demonstrate Your Product  Whenever possible, show your creations in action right up front!  Let prospects get a sense of what to expect before they even click through to your product › To make sure you already a step ahead  To force you to be a little creative that will make the differences
  26. 26. Incorporate other assets as aids your presentation  Use anything you would need to help accent the presentation of your own products/projects  Try to use a really spectacular background to make your screenshots pop Have a new icon set you want to stand out from the 100s of other icons sets available?  A great logo can help add unique branding and personality
  27. 27. The Start • Preparing • Introducing The Talk • Presenting • Body Languages - movement, face & hand • Positioning The End •Concluding • Closing
  28. 28.  Greet your audience  Get into position, stand firm & introduce yourself Introduce briefly who you are, team members & your product/project  refer the first page your presentation aids(Power points/Videos)
  29. 29.  “Invite” the audience to be “with” you throughout your presentation  Show some inviting gestures with you hands & face expressions
  30. 30. Examples of face expression & hand gesture…”inviting” You need to seriously consider this You must pay attention too I speak based on my own experience
  31. 31. Examples of face expression & hand gesture…to explain from conceptual ideas to details Look at the big picture How this will affect you This is exactly where you need to pay
  32. 32. This is how… Let’s walk through this Please share with me how do you feel…
  33. 33. Use the space available for some movements to connect the audience with you thru some hand gestures and presentation aids
  34. 34.  Be dynamic and synchronized with presentation aids used at the screen
  35. 35. I do hope that we have managed to demonstrate to you how effective is our proposal and now we leave it to your wisdom to decide
  36. 36. PRESENT LIKE A GREAT SALES MAN!

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