Presentation on theme: "Presentations & Team Name Position. Presentation Types 1-on-1 presentations 3-way meetings Private Business Reception (PBR) Business Opportunity Meeting."— Presentation transcript:
Presentations & Team Name Position
Presentation Types 1-on-1 presentations 3-way meetings Private Business Reception (PBR) Business Opportunity Meeting (BOM)
How many presenters do you have on your team?
Number one reason people don’t present… No one teaches them!
Things you must teach… Leaders understand sorting! You can’t say the right thing to the wrong people and… You cant say the wrong thing to the right people. It’s timing not talent
Things you must teach… When presenting the ACN Opportunity Set the right expectation before you start Brief overview Not designed to answer all their questions It shows the big picture If they like what they hear, direct them to the next step
Things you must teach… Keep it short Are you talking people out of the business?
Things you must teach… When presenting the ACN Opportunity Explain / don’t sell Help people understand Don’t try to convince people!
Things you must teach… Less is more Too much information is like too much food… Eventually it will make you feel stuffed! Avoid information overload
Things you must teach… Keep it simple Confused people do nothing!
Things you must teach… Tell stories Facts are boring Stories are interesting Testimonials help people relate
Three questions people ask themselves when listening to a Presentation: 1.Is it simple? 2.Does is work? 3.Can I do it?
Things you must teach… Always promote training as the next step!
Always remember Keep it simple! Have fun!
TEAM Team Everyone Achieves More
Purpose Creating an environment that produces optimum results!
Meeting Etiquette Understand (we are a TEAM) Show up early – 15 minutes before and after the meeting are the most important parts Dress for success – wear appropriate attire Best attire is a smile Be excited, enthusiastic, friendly… leave problems behind!
Meeting Etiquette Make guests feel comfortable Mingle with guests and introduce them to other IBOs IBOs play team by edifying the IBO who invited the guest and edifying the speaker Sit with your guests and as close to the speaker as possible
Meeting Etiquette Turn off mobile phones & ask guests to do the same Don’t talk about the presentation BEFORE the meeting, talk about the PEOPLE Save your questions for after the presentation Don’t contradict what the speaker or experts are saying to guests
Meeting Etiquette Never interrupt the presenter Support the meeting presenter by participating Respond to questions by the presenter Respond to humour No side conversations during the meeting Stay in your seat/no distractions
Sort Don’t Sell At the end of presentation determine your guests level of interest