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Presentation skillsSpeaker: Sachin Mohan BhideChief Management ConsultantEha Management Consultancy
“There is no such thing aspresentation talent, it iscalled presentation skills”
Presentation skills1.   Content preparation2.   Self preparation3.   Presenting4.   Post presentation
“It takes one hour ofpreparation for each minuteof presentation time.”
1. Content preparation   Purpose   Determine audience attitudes & needs   Structure the subject matter   Develop the s...
2. Self preparation Determining the plan of action &  objectives of a presentation Create support material Use of visua...
2. Self preparation… ‘Smart quotes’ Audience participation exercises Dealing with presentation disasters Common mistak...
“Top presenters have totalcontrol of their fears. Theymake fear their slave, not themaster.”
3. Presenting   Introducing yourself   How to begin   Techniques for concluding with impact   How to stimulate easy in...
4. Post presentation Handling the Q & A Thanking & handing appreciations Action items, if any
“Make sure you havefinished speaking beforeyour audience has finishedlistening.”
ContactsSachin Mohan BhideChief Management ConsultantEha Management Consultancy+91 98230 38828sachin@ehamanagementconsulta...
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  1. 1. Presentation skillsSpeaker: Sachin Mohan BhideChief Management ConsultantEha Management Consultancy
  2. 2. “There is no such thing aspresentation talent, it iscalled presentation skills”
  3. 3. Presentation skills1. Content preparation2. Self preparation3. Presenting4. Post presentation
  4. 4. “It takes one hour ofpreparation for each minuteof presentation time.”
  5. 5. 1. Content preparation Purpose Determine audience attitudes & needs Structure the subject matter Develop the sequence Create the outline Gather content & ideas Prepare presentation slides & other aids Present technical information clearly, & concisely Break up the content for longer presentations
  6. 6. 2. Self preparation Determining the plan of action & objectives of a presentation Create support material Use of visual aids Dress rehearsal Non-verbal communication: posture, gestures, body language Organise & present ideas effectively Organize the equipment Layout & seating plan
  7. 7. 2. Self preparation… ‘Smart quotes’ Audience participation exercises Dealing with presentation disasters Common mistakes made in presentation & how to avoid them Making presentations at conference Practice, plan, & experience
  8. 8. “Top presenters have totalcontrol of their fears. Theymake fear their slave, not themaster.”
  9. 9. 3. Presenting Introducing yourself How to begin Techniques for concluding with impact How to stimulate easy interaction with audience? Ways of getting ideas across How to be entertaining? Creating enjoyment & humor Jokes come with risk Recognize negativities, dirty tricks & how to counter them
  10. 10. 4. Post presentation Handling the Q & A Thanking & handing appreciations Action items, if any
  11. 11. “Make sure you havefinished speaking beforeyour audience has finishedlistening.”
  12. 12. ContactsSachin Mohan BhideChief Management ConsultantEha Management Consultancy+91 98230 38828sachin@ehamanagementconsultancy.comwww.ehamanagementconsultancy.com

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