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Dr. George Hayhoe Department of Technical Communication Make an Effective Presentation
Clear purpose Audience awareness Logical organization Coherent development Memorable visuals Effective delivery Anticipated questions Learn the characteristics of an effective presentation
Make your purpose clear
Know your audience(s)
Organize your ideas
Show how all the pieces fit together
Design visuals that illustrate assertions
Sales 1990-2000 A topical heading says “what it is.”
Sales nearly tripled between 1990 and 2000 A message heading says “what it means.”
Practice, practice, practice
Prepare for questions
Do you have any questions ?
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