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2 PRESENT WITH POWER

3 LET’S GET IT STARTED

4 PRESENT WITH POWER

5 ICE BREAKER 4 AVOIDER RESISTER ACCEPTER SEEKER

6 WORKSHOP PRIORITY To learn practical, POWERFUL and effective presentation techniques to better communicate your message while engaging the audience. iBook-4

7 PRESENT WITH POWER WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES  Develop powerful presentations  Speak publicly in a confident, concise and dynamic manner  Apply key skills of effective public speaking  Overcome and manage fear of speaking  Keep the audience focused on you and your message  Leave a memorable, lasting impression with a Power Close  Practice your presentation skills  Receive feedback to help you improve 6 iBook-5

8 PRESENT WITH POWER 7 INTRODUCE YOURSELF

9 PRESENT WITH POWER WORKSHOP GUIDELINES  Kindly turn your cellphones to silent  Feel free to ask questions  Take notes  Keep an open mind  No judgment – yourself or others!  Work on improving at least one skill  Stretch yourself - get out of your comfort zone  It’s okay to cry  Graciously give and accept feedback  Have fun! 8 iBook-6

10 PRESENT WITH POWER WORKSHOP AGENDA  4 Keys to Develop Your Presentation  5 Steps to Prep  Communication Signals  Power Opening  Power Delivery  Power Close  Dynamic Visual Aids  Feedback Tools  Practice 9 iBook-7

11 PRESENT WITH POWER WORKSHOP HIGHLIGHTS  You will present 5 Presentations in the next 36 Hours! 60-Second Introduction & Elevator Pitch 60-Second “I Love My iPad Mini” Impromptu Day 1 Impromptu Day Minute Segment of Present With Power (PWP)  Final PWP Presentation Video-Taped Tomorrow  Everyone will Give & Receive Feedback on Presentations! 10

12 TABLE DISCUSSION What are some qualities of an effective presenter? Bruno-Heaven

13 PRESENT WITH POWER MEET YOUR iPAD MINI  15 Minutes to Play  Access WiFi  Get Logged in to iPad & iTunes  Download FREE App - Adobe Reader   Click on “Inspiration” page  Download Present With Power iBOOK  Open it in Adobe Reader 12 Twilight

14 PRESENT WITH POWER PRESENT WITH POWER iBOOK  Instructions How to Access iBook  Familiarization of iBook Document Modes (Single Page) Highlight Text Strikeout Adding Notes Adding Text Freehand Signature Word Search Page Scroll Bookmarks 13

15 PRESENT WITH POWER 10 PRESENTATION MISTAKES 1.Starting with a whimper. 2.Attempting to imitate other speakers. 3.Failing to “work” the room. 4.Failing to use relaxation techniques. 5.Reading a speech word for word. 6.Using someone else’s stories. 7.Speaking without passion. 8.Ending a speech with questions and answers. 9.Failing to prepare. 10.Going over time allotted. 14 iBook-8

16 PRESENT WITH POWER 15 Let’s talk FEAR FACTOR & Get that Out of the Way!

17 PRESENT WITH POWER 16 iBook-9

18 PRESENT WITH POWER 17 iBook- 10

19 PRESENT WITH POWER TIPS TO PREVENT / HANDLE STAGE FRIGHT  Be prepared  Know material  Limit caffeine  Quiet time 10-minutes prior  Positive self-talk  Divide and conquer  Anticipate problems  Breathe  Keep hydrated  Get a good night’s sleep  Watch what you eat  Move  Arrive early  Write intro & conclusion  Don’t apologize  Meditate  Practice! 18 iBook- 11

20 PRESENT WITH POWER STRESS AND STRESS MANAGEMENT Symptom  Muscle tension  Increased heart rate / breathing  Tension headaches  Dry mouth Management  Stretching exercises  Breathing exercises  Pain relievers  Gum / Mints 19 iBook- 12

21 PRESENT WITH POWER PRESENTATION MYTHS  Imagine the audience naked  Booze and pills 20 iBook- 12

22 PRESENT WITH POWER 21 BIRTHDAY LINE UP

23 PRESENT WITH POWER 22 BIRTHDAY LINE UP  January Birthdays: sign up for presentations first Mark your presentation details in your iBook – Page 13

24 PRESENT WITH POWER YOUR PRESENTATION SCHEDULE 23 iBook- 12 PresentFeedback TopicPPTiBook Page 110:50AM11:00AMPresentation Mistakes -Stage FrightSlides 14-20Pages :10AM11:20AM4 Keys to Develop - Intro-Step 1 (Write Catchy Abstract) Slides 24-29Pages :30AM11:40AM4 Keys to Develop - Step 2 (Adult Learning Styles)Slides 33-42Pages Keys to Develop – Step 3 (Main Points)Slides 43-46Pages :50AM12:00PM 4 Keys to Develop - Step 4 (Structured Development) Slides 47-57Pages :45PM12:55PMGrab the Audience's AttentionSlides 51Pages 30 71:05PM1:15PM5 Steps to Prep (Steps 1-2)Slides 62-70Pages :25PM1:35PM5 Steps to Prep (Steps 3-5)Slides 71-83Pages :45PM1:55PMCommunication (Intro-Attitude, Appearance)Slides 84-91Pages :05PM2:15PMCommunication (Physical, Move w/Purpose, Gestures) Slides Pages :35PM2:45PMCommunication (Your Voice)Slides Pages :55PM3:05PMPower OpeningSlides Pages :15PM3:25PMPower DeliverySlides Pages :35PM3:45PMPower ClosingSlides Pages :55PM4:05PMBonus - Review 164:15PM4:25PM Bonus – Favorite Topic

25 PRESENT WITH POWER 24 4 KEYS TO DEVELOP YOUR PRESENTATION iBook- 15

26 PRESENT WITH POWER 4 KEYS TO DEVELOP YOUR PRESENTATION 25 Write a Catchy Abstract Identify Main Points Understan d Learning Styles Apply Structured Develop- ment iBook- 16

27 PRESENT WITH POWER 1. WRITE A CATCHY ABSTRACT  You had “Hello” A short, relevant title is important  Define tangible benefits in description Include measurable & achievable steps What are the takeaways? Specify target audience 26 iBook- 17

28 PRESENT WITH POWER CATCHY CREATIVE SLOGANS 27 The happiest place on earth Think outside the bun Think outside the bun I’m loving it Melts in your mouth not in your hands

29 PRESENT WITH POWER CATCHY CREATIVE SLOGANS 28

30 PRESENT WITH POWER WHAT IS YOUR CATCHY SLOGAN / MOTTO? 29 Are you too good to be great? My dream is not for sale! Enemy of best is good. Got Wow?

31 PRESENT WITH POWER 60-SECOND ELEVATOR PITCH  Take a moment to think about introducing yourself to a group of Allstate senior executives.  What would your catchy, memorable slogan or motto be?  Write it down in your iBook – page 17.  Take a moment to think about introducing yourself to a group of Allstate senior executives.  What would your catchy, memorable slogan or motto be?  Write it down in your iBook – page iBook- 17 Adele - Rolling

32 PRESENT WITH POWER  Partner Practice  Intro Your Name Time with Allstate Key Responsibilities (max 3) 1 Thing You LOVE about Your Job Your Catchy Slogan 60-SECOND ELEVATOR PITCH 31 My Expertise is… My Passion is… My Personal Motto is…

33 PRESENT WITH POWER 32 RE-INTRODUCE YOURSELF

34 PRESENT WITH POWER 2. UNDERSTAND ADULT LEARNING STYLES  Our brain doesn’t function like a tape recorder.  Incoming information must be integrated with existing knowledge.  We learn by processing information not just receiving it. 33 iBook- 18

35 PRESENT WITH POWER ADDRESS VARIOUS ADULT LEARNING STYLES 34 Visual Learners Kinesthetic Learners Auditory Learners Hear It / Say It Hear It / Say It Do It See it iBook- 19 Doritos

36 PRESENT WITH POWER ADULT LEARNING EFFECTIVENESS We retain approximately: 10% of what we see 35% of what we see & hear 90% of what we see, hear & do! % 35 % 90 % iBook- 20

37 PRESENT WITH POWER ADULT LEARNING & ME 36 [Handout]

38 PRESENT WITH POWER ADULT LEARNING THEORY 37 Auditory Visual Kinesthetic iBook- 21

39 PRESENT WITH POWER ADULT LEARNING STYLES Visual Pictures Video Graphs 38 Auditory Lectures Read Aloud, Discussions Brainstorming Kinesthetic Interactions Games Role Play Practice Visual Learners Auditory Learners Auditory Learners Kinesthetic Learners iBook- 22

40 PRESENT WITH POWER POP QUIZ How Much Can You Remember? 39 Ant Beach Basebal l Death Elbow Service Violet Flag Shoe

41 PRESENT WITH POWER POP QUIZ How Much Can You Remember? 40 Guitar Trumpet Violin Ukulele Musicia n Band Piano Drums

42 PRESENT WITH POWER POP QUIZ How Much Can You Remember? 41 Dirty Socks Blue Overalls High Heeled Shoes Floral Skirt Little Black Dress Tweed Jacket Khaki Pants Chanel Purse

43 PRESENT WITH POWER POP QUIZ How Much Can You Remember? 42 Elbow Knee Lips Eyes Ears Fingers Mustach e Nose

44 PRESENT WITH POWER 3. IDENTIFY MAIN POINTS  Adults learn & remember When content is presented in a structured story & manner Related topics and items Pictures & colors  Identifying main points Stick to what’s important to the audience Visually highlight keywords or phrase 43 iBook- 23

45 PRESENT WITH POWER KEEP IT BRIEF & SIMPLE  Keep message brief, clear and simple.  Don’t be too wordy.  Wisdom can be found in simplicity. 44 Jefferson's Declaration of Independence is 1,337 words. Lincoln's Gettysburg address is a scant 269 words. iBook- 24

46 PRESENT WITH POWER USE SOUND BITES  Use short sound bites of information.  Attention spans are measured in seconds.  Younger audience is more impatient.  Prune your slides like a rosebush.  20% of what you say makes 80% of the impact. 45 iBook- 25

47 PRESENT WITH POWER A CONFUSED MIND SAYS ‘NO’ 46 iBook- 26

48 PRESENT WITH POWER 4. APPLY STRUCTURED DEVELOPMENT  Presentation Framework Pain / Need > Solution > Call to Action Title > Overview > Agenda > Content > Summary  Slide Content Guidelines No complete sentences 3 major bullets + 3 sub-bullets max per slide Minimum 18 pt font size  1 Slide – 3 minutes 47 iBook- 27

49 PRESENT WITH POWER BALANCE CONTENT & RETENTION  Which key points would you want attendees to retain? 48 iBook- 28

50 PRESENT WITH POWER PRESENTATION CONTENT  Introduction  Body  Conclusion 49 iBook- 29

51 PRESENT WITH POWER THE INTRODUCTION  Grabs audience attention  State your purpose Main action or change  A reference to the audience  A reference to an example  Explain your agenda  Establish personal benefit 50 iBook- 30

52 PRESENT WITH POWER INTRO: GRAB THE AUDIENCE’S ATTENTION 51 iBook- 30

53 PRESENT WITH POWER THE BODY  Select organization pattern  Limit information  Enhance with stories, numbers and examples  Brainstorm content  Organize content  Select & arrange support points 52 iBook- 31

54 PRESENT WITH POWER ORGANIZATIONAL PATTERNS  Chronological order 53 iBook- 32

55 PRESENT WITH POWER OTHER PATTERNS  Pros and Cons Problem-Solution Pattern Persuasive Presentation  Decision Making Define and limit problem Establish checklist of criteria Identify possible solutions Evaluate solutions, based on criteria Select best solution Discuss implementation 54  Bad News Pattern Cushion audience Bridge with transition  STARR Pattern Situation Task Actions Results Recommendations iBook- 33

56 PRESENT WITH POWER 55 Stay focused Avoid wandering off Use one situation or problem LIMIT iBook- 34

57 PRESENT WITH POWER 56 Use your audience analysis Keep your narrative short Use stories, numbers and examples ENHANCE iBook- 34

58 PRESENT WITH POWER CONCLUDE AND SUMMARIZE  IMPORTANT  Last chance to make a good impression  Key role in how your audience remembers you and your message  Summarize key points 57 iBook- 35

59 PRESENT WITH POWER PRACTICE 58 Write a Catchy Abstract Identify Main Points Understan d Learning Styles Apply Structured Develop- ment 12 34

60 PRESENT WITH POWER I LOVE MY iPAD MINI! – DEVELOP  Create a Persuasive 60- Second Presentation  5 Minutes to Prep  Introduction Grab Attention Purpose: Generate Excitement  Body 3 Main Points Share Favorite Features & Benefits  Summary & Conclusion 59 Bruno-Just way

61 PRESENT WITH POWER I LOVE MY iPAD MINI! – PRACTICE  Partner Practice  Present to Partner  Feedback What you liked best One suggestion  Swap  Feedback  Present in Order of Birthdays in Reverse 60

62 PRESENT WITH POWER REVIEW: 4 KEYS TO DEVELOP YOUR PRESENTATION 61 Write a Catchy Abstract Identify Main Points Understan d Learning Styles Apply Structured Develop- ment 12 34

63 PRESENT WITH POWER 5 STEPS TO PREP 62  Know Your Audience  Complete the Critical Checklist  Take Care of Yourself  Set the Stage  Practice iBook- 37

64 PRESENT WITH POWER 1. KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE  Size  General nature  Demographics Age Education Occupation Racial/ethnic makeup Cultural influences Other? 63 iBook- 38

65 PRESENT WITH POWER 1. KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE 64 Audienc e iBook- 38

66 PRESENT WITH POWER 2. COMPLETE THE CRITICAL CHECKLIST  Purpose  Event Type  Format  Location  Comfort Factors  Seating 65 iBook- 39

67 PRESENT WITH POWER 2. CHECKLIST: IDENTIFY YOUR PURPOSE  What is the purpose of your presentation?  What do your want your audience to: Do Know Feel 66 iBook- 39

68 PRESENT WITH POWER 2. CHECKLIST: THE EVENT 67

69 PRESENT WITH POWER 2. CHECKLIST: COMFORT FACTORS 68 iBook- 40

70 PRESENT WITH POWER 2. CHECKLIST: ROOM & SEATING 69 iBook- 40

71 PRESENT WITH POWER 2. CHECKLIST: FORMAT 70 iBook- 40

72 PRESENT WITH POWER 3. TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF 71 iBook- 41

73 PRESENT WITH POWER 3. TAKE CARE: H2Oh!  Two most dehydrating activities: Air Travel Live Presentations  Drink lots of water.  Take care of your body, especially your voice.  Avoid alcohol. 72 iBook- 41

74 PRESENT WITH POWER 3. TAKE CARE: YUM  Watch what you eat before you present. Avoid having a large meal beforehand.  Avoid dairy products. Coagulation occurs around vocal chords. Makes you want to clear your throat. 73 iBook- 42

75 PRESENT WITH POWER 3. TAKE CARE: RELAX  Use variety of relaxation techniques  Do whatever it takes to relax!  Listen to music  Breathe deeply  Breathe in not out  Shrug shoulders – relieve nervous tension  Meditate  Enjoy quiet time  Get into the zone 74 iBook- 43

76 PRESENT WITH POWER 3. TAKE CARE: UMs  Manage the urge to use presentation killers: Um Ah So Like You Know  Replace with a pause, taking a short breath in.  Pause may seem awkward, but audience will barely notice. 75 iBook- 43

77 PRESENT WITH POWER 4. SET THE STAGE  Come Early, Really Early  Be at your session venue at least 1 hour prior Scope out the room Set up your presentation Test laptop, projector and clicker Test your presentation Click through your slides Toggle between PPT & YouTube Sound and microphone check Distribute peripheral materials 76 iBook- 44

78 PRESENT WITH POWER 4. SET THE STAGE  Conduct a dry run  A well set up room conveys: Professionalism Authority Care 77 iBook- 44

79 PRESENT WITH POWER I’VE ALWAYS CONSIDERED MYSELF TO BE JUST AVERAGE AND WHAT I HAVE IS A RIDICULOUS INSANE OBSESSIVENESS FOR PRACTICE AND PREPARATION. - Will Smith 78 iBook- 51

80 PRESENT WITH POWER 5. PRACTICE!  Practice over and over and over!  Record your practice presentation.  Play it back and watch yourself.  Watch it again without the sound.  Listen to it without the picture.  Now watch it at twice normal speed. 79 iBook- 45

81 PRESENT WITH POWER KNOW YOUR MATERIAL  Practice presentation in sections  Extra practice for: Introduction Stories Transitions between main points Conclusion  Practice in front of a mirror 80 iBook- 46

82 PRESENT WITH POWER KNOW YOUR MATERIAL  Use notes with discretion  Use your visuals as your notes  Use 5 X 8 cards Carry them with you if you move  Don’t write down your speech word for word 81 Present with Power Intro Body Conclusion iBook- 46

83 PRESENT WITH POWER KNOW YOUR TECHNOLOGY  Manage visual aids smoothly  Focus on audience not visual aid  Avoid facing the screen  Avoid talking to your slides  Never walk in front of projector 82 iBook- 47

84 PRESENT WITH POWER REVIEW: 5 STEPS TO PREP 83  Know Your Audience  Complete the Critical Checklist  Take Care of Yourself  Set the Stage  Practice

85 PRESENT WITH POWER 84 COMMUNICATION SIGNALS

86 PRESENT WITH POWER COMMUNICATION: FIRST IMPRESSIONS 85 iBook- 49

87 PRESENT WITH POWER COMMUNICATION: FIRST IMPRESSIONS 86 iBook- 50

88 PRESENT WITH POWER WATCH YOUR MANNER OF SPEECH IF YOU WISH TO DEVELOP A PEACEFUL STATE OF MIND. START EACH DAY BY AFFIRMING PEACEFUL, CONTENTED AND HAPPY ATTITUDES AND YOUR DAYS WILL TEND TO BE PLEASANT AND SUCCESSFUL. - Norman Vincent Peale 87 iBook- 51

89 PRESENT WITH POWER ATTITUDE  Audiences will mirror your attitude.  Your attitude is contagious.  Be comfortable and at ease.  Audience will reflect your comfort and ease.  Rapport will be forthcoming.  Concentrate on your audience. The audience immediately senses whether you like yourself, are committed to your message, and care about them and their goals. 88 iBook- 52

90 PRESENT WITH POWER TAKE ADVANTAGE OF EVERY OPPORTUNITY TO PRACTICE YOUR COMMUNICATION SKILLS SO THAT WHEN IMPORTANT OCCASIONS ARISE, YOU WILL HAVE THE GIFT, THE STYLE, THE SHARPNESS, HE CLARITY, AND THE EMOTIONS TO AFFECT OTHER PEOPLE. -Jim Rohn 89 iBook- 54

91 PRESENT WITH POWER APPEARANCE  Professional, Pressed & Polished  Better over than underdressed  Know the Dress Code  Dress for the Occasion  Dress better than audience  Be Comfortable  Use good judgment 90 iBook- 55

92 PRESENT WITH POWER DRESS: WATCH DISTRACTIONS  Men Ties with odd patterns Belt buckles with unusual designs 91  Women Avoid jewelry that makes noise Stocking and shoes should be darker than skirts/pants No bright nail polish Avoid unusual make-up iBook- 55

93 PRESENT WITH POWER EXHIBIT PHYSICAL CONTROL  Two mistakes with hand gestures Contrived Leaving hands in place for too long  Create visual pictures of words  Hands in pockets Okay, sometimes Don’t wiggle your fingers  Don’t cross your arms  Don’t put your hands on your hips  Men should not “fig leaf” 92 iBook- 56

94 PRESENT WITH POWER STANCE  Watch your posture  Stand up straight but not stiff  Keep your weight slightly forward on balls of feet  Do not lean or rely on the podium  Avoid sitting doing a presentation 93 iBook- 57

95 PRESENT WITH POWER EYE CONTACT  “Emotional handshake”  Establish eye contact with each member of audience  See and get a read on people  Reestablish eye contact throughout your presentation  Practice individual eye contact 3-5 seconds max 94 iBook- 58

96 PRESENT WITH POWER FACIAL EXPRESSIONS  SMILE!  Let your face reflect what you’re saying  Experiment with facial muscles Show your genuine convictions through facial expressions. 95 iBook- 59

97 PRESENT WITH POWER WHAT YOU DO SPEAKS SO LOUDLY THAT I CANNOT HEAR WHAT YOU SAY. -Ralph Waldo Emerson 96 iBook- 60

98 PRESENT WITH POWER MOVE WITH PURPOSE  Your body can be an effective tool for adding emphasis and clarity to your words.  Vary speaking position by moving from one spot to another  Walk to other side of stage for new topic  Move toward audience to ask a question 97 iBook- 61

99 PRESENT WITH POWER MOVE WITH PURPOSE  Enter and exit confidently and purposefully  Don’t shuffle  Move to signal a change in topics  Move to emphasize an important point  Be careful of distracting or nervous movements: Pacing Rocking 98 iBook- 61

100 PRESENT WITH POWER GESTURES  Make gestures convincing  Be natural and purposeful  Vary your gestures  Use gestures to stress, demonstrate or complement words  Use expansive gestures above the waist  Gesture left and right to emphasize ideas Before / After Cause / Effect Positive / Negative 99 iBook- 62

101 PRESENT WITH POWER REMEMBER, PEOPLE WILL JUDGE YOU BY YOUR ACTIONS, NOT YOUR INTENTIONS. YOU MAY HAVE A HEART OF GOLD, BUT SO DOES A HARD-BOILED EGG. -ANONYMOUS 100 iBook- 63

102 PRESENT WITH POWER COMMUNICATION SIGNALS VISUAL  Appearance  Dress to Impress  Stance  Eye Contact  Smile  Movement & Gestures 101 VOCAL  Diction  Inflection  Pause  Pitch  Rate  Tone  Volume VERBAL  Positive Word Choices iBook- 53

103 PRESENT WITH POWER YOUR VOICE Expressing feeling or emotion Emphasizing words and syllables How high or deep your voice sounds How many words you speak per minute How loud or soft your voice sounds 102 INFLECTIONTONEVOLUMEPITCHRATE INFLECTION TONE VOLUME PITCH RATE iBook- 65

104 PRESENT WITH POWER YOUR VOICE - EXERCISE  I didn’t say you stole my money 103

105 PRESENT WITH POWER VERBAL SKILLS  Technical aspects Pronunciation Articulation Volume Pitch  Dramatic aspects Emphasis Pace Timing 104 iBook- 66

106 PRESENT WITH POWER VERBAL SKILLS  Speak expressively Work to perfect emphasis, pace and timing  Determine which words are most important Highlight or underline in notes Emphasize with changes in volume, pitch, pace or timing  Timing can be the most dramatic effect 105 iBook- 66

107 PRESENT WITH POWER SPEAKING  Talk at a natural, moderate rate of speech.  Project your voice.  Speak clearly and distinctly.  Repeat critical information.  Pause briefly to give audience time to digest information.  Speak with conviction.  Speak to the audience. Believing your subject matter is one of the best ways to speak more effectively! 106 iBook- 67

108 PRESENT WITH POWER 107 POSITIVE WORD CHOICES PRESENT WITH POWER

109 COMMUNICATION REVIEW  Your Attitude is Contagious  Dress to Impress  Use Your Voice Qualities to Enhance Your Message  Behavior (Body Language) Trumps All  Move With Purpose  Make Gestures Natural & Purposeful  Stand Up Straight  Make Eye Contact but Don’t Creep Anyone Out!  Smile & Keep Smiling 108

110 PRESENT WITH POWER 109 POWER OPENING iBook- 69

111 PRESENT WITH POWER 5 ROLES OF A PRESENTER 110 Learning Manager Coach Technical Resource Host Company Representativ e iBook- 70

112 PRESENT WITH POWER WELCOME YOUR GUESTS  Initial welcome and greeting sets tone  Be a good Host Greet guests at the door Smile! Make Eye Contact Shake Hands Be Personable Introduce Yourself Ask for Names Assist with settling in 111 iBook- 71

113 PRESENT WITH POWER THE FIRST 180 SECONDS  Make a great first impression  Keep smiling  Attendees are: Evaluating your credibility Deciding if they like you Determining if they should listen to you Looking for you to lead 112 iBook- 72

114 PRESENT WITH POWER NO ONE IS BORN A PRESENTER 113

115 PRESENT WITH POWER YOUR OPENING PITCH 114 Establish Your Expertise What’s Your Hook? Set Realistic Expectations iBook- 73

116 PRESENT WITH POWER  Ask a Question  Recite a Quote  State a Problem  Share a Shocking Statistic or Factoid  Once Upon A Time Tell a Story Interesting and relevant to set the stage or your theme OPEN & GRAB ATTENTION 115 There are over 87,000 possible drink Starbucks iBook- 73

117 PRESENT WITH POWER SHOCKING FACTOIDS 116 One fast food hamburger contains meat from up to 100 different cows. 2.5 cans of Spam are consumed every second in the US. 2.5 cans of Spam are consumed every second in the US. A leech has 32 brains. A leech has 32 brains. There are about 6,800 languages in the world. There are about 6,800 languages in the world. 1/3 of divorce filings in 2011 contained the word “Facebook.” There are more people ALIVE today than have ever DIED. iBook- 74

118 PRESENT WITH POWER ESTABLISH YOUR EXPERTISE  Provide a quick verbal resume upfront  Be confident, you are the expert  The audience wants you to succeed  Nobody wants to hear your life story first meeting  Never, ever: Apologize “I am new to this so bear with me…” Admit you are not prepared Be antagonistic, offensive or sarcastic 117 iBook- 75

119 PRESENT WITH POWER SET REALISTIC EXPECTATIONS  Describe session upfront Some attendees expect more or something different Make sure you have the right audience  Define ground rules Silence cell phones Only one person speaking at a time Questions not related placed on Parking Lot Q&A will be at end 118 iBook- 76

120 PRESENT WITH POWER POWER OPENING REVIEW  Be a Good Host  No One is Born a Presenter  Make a Great First Impression  First 180 Seconds are Critical  Establish Your Hook & Grab Attention Ask a Question Recite a Quote State a Problem Share a Shocking Statistic or Factoid Tell a Story 119

121 PRESENT WITH POWER 120 POWER DELIVERY iBook- 77

122 PRESENT WITH POWER EFFECTIVE PRESENTATIONS 121 Facilitate Engagement Build Rapport Build Rapport Tell a Story Manage Questions Use Analogies iBook- 78

123 PRESENT WITH POWER FACILITATE ENGAGEMENT  Humor  Ask Questions, “Raise your hand if…”  Show Short Video Clips  Give a Quiz  Ask Guests to Guess Certain Facts or Fill in Blanks 122 iBook- 79

124 PRESENT WITH POWER TIPS TO CREATE RAPPORT 123 iBook- 80

125 PRESENT WITH POWER TELL A STORY 124 Great speakers know how to use a story to create an emotional connection between ideas. iBook- 81

126 PRESENT WITH POWER MANAGE QUESTIONS  Tell your audience you will take questions  Before your conclusion  Handle questions briefly Answer the question Offer one piece of support Stop  Respond with statements to allow yourself time: “That’s a really good question” “I’m glad you asked” 125 iBook- 82

127 PRESENT WITH POWER MANAGING QUESTIONS  Types of Questions Open-Ended – no single correct answer Close-Ended – seeks a directive answer  Direction of Questions Rhetorical Group Targeted / Individual  Structure of Questions 126 iBook- 83

128 PRESENT WITH POWER MANAGING RESPONSES  Reward the Response If correct – “great answer” If incorrect – find value in response  Restate the Response  Respond with Feedback  You don’t know what you don’t know  Targeted / Individual  Structure of Questions 127 iBook- 83

129 PRESENT WITH POWER REVIEW: EFFECTIVE PRESENTATIONS 128 Facilitate Engagement Build Rapport Build Rapport Tell a Story Manage Questions Use Analogies iBook- 78

130 PRESENT WITH POWER 129 POWER CLOSING iBook- 84


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