Session 2: Teknik Presentasi Seminar e-Bisnis Program Studi Manajemen Universitas Bina Nusantara Effective Presentation • Introduction – Exercises to develop group rapport – Self perception of how others see you – Exercises to build confidence and warm up the voice • Presentation practice – First delivery of presentation one (approx 5 mins) – Feedback on strengths and areas for improvement • Using the voice effectively – Developing greater awareness of the voice – Speaking more confidently – Developing a more expressive voice Effective Presentation (1) • Creating a stronger presence – – – – Creating an immediate impression Awareness of the effect of body language Using gesture to enhance your message Use of eye contact to build confidence and rapport • Presentation practice – Second delivery of presentation one – Feedback through group discussion Effective Presentation (2) • Planning presentation two – Structuring a presentation quickly – Opening and ending the presentation effectively – Maintaining a strong focus throughout the presentation delivery • Developing greater impact – Exercises to develop more conviction in the voice – Exercises for a more assertive delivery style Effective Presentation (3) • Influencing your audience – – – – Building rapport with your audience Using language to influence your audience Getting your message across in 60 seconds Techniques to aid audience recall • Dealing with questions – Managing the question and answer session – Dealing with difficult questions Effective Presentation (3) • Presentation practice – Modifying the material – Rehearsing presentation two • Developing spontaneity – Thinking on your feet – Interacting with the audience • Presentation Practice – Final delivery of presentation two – Evaluation through group discussion • General feedback session – Individual evaluations by course tutor – Personal action plans Presentation Mistakes • First: Annoying fillers like "um," "uh," or even phrases like "you know." If you previously downloaded and read my Top 52 Presentation Tips, this is one of the plagues affecting many of us who present ideas or products in any setting! Using fillers is one certain way to bore your audience and set people to doodling on any piece of paper in front of them or staring blankly into the air. Start to assess your use of fillers and if you find them in your speech - begin to put a silent pause in their place. With enough practice, you'll eliminate them altogether! Presentation Mistakes (2) • Second - read off bullet points directly from the slides! As children we huddle around our teacher as he or she holds up the book being read so we can see the pictures and the words. As children we are learning! As adults, a speaker's slide presentation supports and can guide them through their presentation. When I listen to a speaker I want to hear their mind, their heart and their style. I can read points on a slide on my own so please, don't be like a child's teacher; be someone who adds value, life and personality to your presentation. Presentation Mistakes (2) • Third - spending long lengths looking at one part of the audience. Have you ever noticed how some speakers limit the movement of their head and eyes? How sometimes speakers avoid eye contact or attention with where you are sitting? It's annoying and insulting. • To stay out of trouble with audience blunders: don't annoy and don't insult.