Join Tatiana Kolovou for an in-depth discussion in this video Organize your content, part of Presentation Fundamentals.
Woman:The analogy I like to make to a well organized…presentation is that of of a neatly wrapped present.…Think about it.…You look at the bow and the wrapping…and you immediately want to open it up…and see what's inside.…If you think of your presentation as a present,…you will pay close attention to the following…elements that make it memorable for your audience.…As I walk through these elements,…make notes for your upcoming presentation…and organize it in the same way.…Open with a bang!…The first few words need to hook…the audience's attention…and give them a reason to listen.…
If you think back to the needs of your audience…we mentioned earlier, you will find a relevant…statistic, a story, a set of data,…or even a real world example that quickly…connects the topic to your audience.…Your energy and your speaking conviction here are crucial.…As Aristotle preached, ethical appeal…is a large component of how the audience perceives you.…The introduction for your speech…is where you want to sound comfortable…and have practiced several times…
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- Analyzing your audience
- Strategizing for possible audience reaction
- Building credibility with your audience
- Collecting information
- Organizing content
- Designing slides
- Practicing your presentation
- Holding a Q&A session<br><br>
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