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Take your presentations from mediocre to marvellous
Welcome and thank you.
Welcome to the course (2:29)
The core presentation principles that deliver success
Three critical success principles that most presenters ignore. (7:32)
Preparation done well significantly increases the probability of success.
Establishing your purpose at the start saves you time and heartache later (5:03)
Activity: The Twitter Challenge (1:39)
Three key questions that will transform how you prepare your presentations (3:31)
Tools that make planning your presentation easier and ultimately save you time (4:00)
Building confidence, managing nerves
Nervous presenters give the game away
Tools to build your confidence and manage nerves (10:54)
Practice, Practice, Practice (5:08)
Test your learning retention
Using posture and movement to support your key messages
Getting it together - why it's critical that voice and body say the same thing (5:25)
Activity: Identifying posture and movement do's and don'ts
The most powerful stance and positive movements (3:34)
Making the most of positive gestures and avoiding common traps (3:56)
Using eye contact to build rapport and engage with your audience personally. (4:27)
Do's and don'ts review
Capture your learning ready for action
Put your learning into action (1:45)
Your voice is your most important presentation asset when used well.
Vocal warm ups - preparing your voice for action.
Using your voice to make connections with your audience and bring topics to life (11:18)
Activities to practice your vocal techniques
Exercise: The Perfect Voice (2:50)
Creating audience interest and capturing attention for memorable presentations.
The key to SUCCESS: Miss these at your peril (1:36)
Simplicity is hard to achieve, but adds huge benefits for your audience (2:24)
Something unexpected helps - and may not be what you think. (1:12)
Concrete - finding ways to make it real for your audience. (2:58)
How to let your audience know you are credible in your subject. (4:04)
Without an emotional connection your presentation will fail. (1:17)
Everyone needs and loves stories to really understand your message. (5:19)
SUCCESS summary (1:55)
Activity: 2015 World Championship of Public Speaking (7:43)
Exercise to apply the SUCCESS elements
How to get the best from your visuals and avoid death by PowerPoint.
Simple techniques to get the best from your visuals and really engage people. (18:42)
How to visualize your data - a fantastic example (1:51)
Flip charts and Whiteboards: it is not all about technology.
Opening and closing with impact
Clear strategies for opening and closing with the maximum impact. (11:55)
Presentation Structures: Do they matter?
Dealing with questions
Dealing with questions effectively.
Finally - be yourself
Authenticity: why it's important (3:00)
Review what you are going to change. (1:46)
Copy of slides
Copy of slides
Making a presentation on camera - a personal case study
Personal Case Study Part 1
Personal Case Study Part 2
You've made it. Congratulations! and Thank You.
Welcome to the course
Welcome to the course.
Richard Lock profile.pdf
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