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Chapter 13 - 1
DESIGNING AND DELIVERING
ORAL PRESENTATIONS
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Case: Introduce a Wonderful
Project
• Xiaolei is working for Creditease, a
Chinese micro-finance company with
a wonderful project, which she wants
to introduce to you.
• Think about her purposes, audience,
etc..
• How to arouse interests continuously?
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Building Your Career
with Oral Presentations
Display Your Skills
Think on Your Feet
Grasp Complex Issues
Handle Challenges
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The Three-Step Process
Planning
Writing
Completing
Analyze Situation
Adapt to
the Audience
Revise Message
Gather Information
Select Medium
Get Organized
Compose
the Message
Master Delivery
Prepare to Speak
Overcome Anxiety
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Planning Presentations
Analyze
the Situation
Gather
Information
Select
the Medium
Organize the
Information
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Analyzing the Situation
Purpose
Audience
Information
Emotions
Persuasion
Language
Collaboration
Circumstances
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Selecting the Medium
In-Person
Presentations
Web-Based
Presentations
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Organizing Presentations
Main Idea
Scope
Approach
One Message
Time Limits
Direct
Audience Needs
Attention Span
Indirect
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 Convince management that reorganizing the
technical support department will improve
customer service and reduce employee
turnover
 Convince the board of directors that we should
build a new plant in Texas to eliminate
manufacturing bottlenecks and improve
production quality
 Address employee concerns regarding a new
health-care plan by showing how the plan will
reduce costs and improve the quality of their
care
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Preparing the Outline
I.
State purpose and main idea
II.
Organize major points and subpoints
III. Identify introduction, body, and close
IV. Show your transitions
V.
Present bibliography of sources
VI. Choose a compelling title
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The Speaking Outline
Follow Planning Outline
Presentation
Cues
Select Key Words
Add Delivery Cues
Presentation
Reminders
Arrange Your Notes
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Developing Presentations
Adapting to the
Audience
Composing the
Presentation
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Adapting to Audiences
Small Groups
Large Groups
Casual Style
Formal Style
Promote Participation
Control Participation
Simple Visuals
Multimedia
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Composing Presentations
The Introduction
Arouse Interest
Build Credibility
Preview Message
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Composing Presentations
The Body
Discuss Ideas
Connect Ideas
Capture Attention
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Composing Presentations
The Conclusion
Restate Main Points
Describe Next Steps
Finish Strong
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Enhancing Presentations
Illustrating Points
Accurate Visuals
Adding
Variety
Creating
Interest
Simple Visuals
Increasing Learning
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Writing Readable Content
• Highlight key points
• Summarize and preview message
• Signal major shifts in thought
• Illustrate ideas and concepts
• Create interest in the message
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Modifying Slide Graphics
Reduce the
Level of Detail
Use Graphical
Elements
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Selecting Design Elements
Color Schemes
Background
and Artwork
Foreground
and Artwork
Fonts and
Type Styles
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Animation and Multimedia
Transitions
Builds
Decorative
Functional
Hyperlinks
Audio or Video
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Completing Presentations
Check slides
Test equipment
Practice speech
Create handouts
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Preparing to Speak
Memorizing
Reading
Impromptu
Speaking
Speaking
From Notes
Purpose
Audience
Speaking Occasion
Subject Matter
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Practicing Your Delivery
Present Naturally
Check Equipment
Track Your Time
Speak Clearly
Introduce Slides
Plan for Questions
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Delivering Presentations
Overcome Anxiety
Answer Questions
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Overcoming Anxiety
Practice for success
Prepare extra material
Think positively
Visualize success
Take deep breaths
Be ready to go
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Overcoming Anxiety
Do not panic
Be comfortable
Focus on the message
Focus on the audience
Maintain eye contact
Keep on going
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Responding to Questions
Set Ground Rules
Be Prepared
Note Nonverbal Cues Give Honest Answers
Maintain Control
End the Presentation
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Designing and Delivering Oral and Online Presentations