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The Art of Public Speaking

  1. 1. THE INTRODUCTION THE CONCLUSION
  2. 2. Describe this Speaker
  3. 3. Law of 5 P‘s Prior Preparation Prevents Poor Performance
  4. 4. Targeting is Out Engaging is IN
  5. 5. From effective conversation to speech Overcoming Fear #1 fear Idea of speech  Subject knowledge, speech outline Know the audience  Target their interest, make eye contact
  6. 6. Generate Interest Be informative Create fun Ensure variety Exhibit energy Interact effectively
  7. 7. Practice Practice & More Practice  Simulate the presentation setting  Practice aloud  Practice standing up  Time your presentation  Memorize your opening few sentences  Watch yourself in a mirror
  8. 8. Single Reason for not attracting listeners' attention
  9. 9. Speak to the Heart:  Truth  Excitement  Sense of discovery  Assurances  Evoke emotions
  10. 10. You will be a winner, if:  POWERFUL opening  CLEAR connections  Meaningful MAIN BODY  POWERFUL close
  11. 11. Bonus…….  Stick to allotted time  Remember 5 P’s of killer presentations  Do not diverge from topic  At the beginning sip some water  Improve you blood circulation  Take 10 deep breaths  Keep two copies of your speech  Make some bullet points on a separate piece of paper  Quote NUMBERS  Check your microphone  If situation permits, add a bit of humor.
  12. 12. The Introduction • Get attention and interest • Reveal the topic • Establish credibility and goodwill
  13. 13. Methods of Gaining Attention • Relate your topic to the audience • State the importance of your topic • Startle the audience • Arouse the curiosity of the audience • Question the audience • Begin with a quotation • Tell a story
  14. 14. Credibility The audience’s perception of whether a speaker is qualified to speak on a given topic.
  15. 15. Goodwill The audience’s perception of whether the speaker has the best interests of the audience in mind.
  16. 16. Rhetorical Question A question that the audience answers mentally rather than out loud.
  17. 17. A statement in the introduction of a speech that identifies the main points to be discussed in the body of the speech. President Obama is speaking at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce: “I'm here in the interest of being more neighborly. Maybe we would have gotten off on a better foot if I had brought over a fruitcake when we first moved in. The truth is, this isn't the first time I've been to the Chamber, or the first time we've exchanged ideas. Over the last two years, I've sought advice from many of you as we were grappling with the worst recession most of us have ever known. It's a recession that led to some very difficult decisions. For many of you, that meant restructuring and branch closings and layoffs that were painful to make. For my administration, it meant a series of emergency measures I wouldn't have taken under normal circumstances, but that were necessary to stop our economy from falling off the cliff.”
  18. 18. Tips for Preparing the Introduction • Be concise: Usually no more than 10-20 percent of the total speech • Look for possible introductory materials as you do your research • Be creative in devising your introduction
  19. 19. Tips for Preparing the Introduction • Finalize the exact wording of your introduction after you have finished preparing the body of the speech • Work out the content and delivery of your introduction in detail
  20. 20. The Conclusion • Signal the end of the speech • Reinforce the central idea
  21. 21. Dissolve Ending A conclusion that generates emotional appeal by fading step by step to a dramatic final statement.
  22. 22. Methods of Reinforcing the Central Idea • Summarize your speech • End with a quotation • Make a dramatic statement
  23. 23. Bad Postures
  24. 24. A Nice Video

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