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NHS Blackpool Presentation Skills Training

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NHS Blackpool Presentation Skills Training

  1. 1. Blackpool 21st August 2012
  2. 2. Why is it important to you to be able to present well?
  3. 3. We communicate through stories
  4. 4. Presentation Basics
  5. 5. I know that you believe you understand what you think I said, But I’m not sure you realise that what you heard is not what I meant. Robert McCloskey
  6. 6. What is the purpose of your presentation? 1. To inform and educate 2. To enthuse action 3. Ceremonial speech
  7. 7. Structure your presentation - A belting start! - Get your message across - Wrap it up well to finish
  8. 8. Never go over your allocated time
  9. 9. What's the story?
  10. 10. Design of Visual Aids
  11. 11. Which visual aids should you use?
  12. 12. How many?
  13. 13. Images make your slides interesting and nice to look at. This is more important than you might think.
  14. 14. Text should just be for context... Let the pictures explain the point.
  15. 15. Your font says a lot about you...
  16. 16. Trace the route your eyes take...
  17. 17. We look at people first, before we look at what they are doing... or the text on the screen
  18. 18. We find faces irresistible... route the eyes take (and white font looks great on a dark background)
  19. 19. and eyes are the most arresting con-Text
  20. 20. Delivering With Confidence
  21. 21. Be aware of potential mixed signals... You are presenting, so don’t hide or mumble.
  22. 22. Wear bright colours and stand out!
  23. 23. Appear calm... ...take the loose change and keys out of your pocket and put your pen down!
  24. 24. Nail the first 15 seconds... +3 words.
  25. 25. NEVER give out notes in advance... or people will just count down your slides to the next coffee!
  26. 26. Handling Presentation Nerves
  27. 27. Would you really rather be in the box than delivering the eulogy?
  28. 28. You are not afraid of heights. You are afraid of falling! Phil Jones
  29. 29. Your audience are friends
  30. 30. Have an anchor
  31. 31. ...and a routine
  32. 32. Don’t ramble
  33. 33. Questions - Why are we so afraid of them?
  34. 34. Types of questions 1. The brilliant question! 2. The question that is not a question 3. The organiser's question 4. The nit-picker's question 5. The hostile question 6. The sub-text question
  35. 35. Presentation task - well it is what you're here for Plan a 5-minute presentation
  36. 36. Seek an opportunity to present What 3 specific things can you work on to make it as good as it can be?
  37. 37. Have you any questions for me?
  38. 38. Evaluation

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