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Presentation Skills Copy Rights Emad Aly Kamel Page 1 Presentation Skills
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Presentation Skills Copy Rights Emad Aly Kamel Page 2 Presentation Skills Learning Outcomes 1. Explain what is a presentation 2. Analyze who is a successful presenter 3. Identify what people evaluate in a presenter in ten seconds 4. Apply rules one to ten of presentations 5. Apply rule eleven why people become bored 6. Apply rule twelve contrast the significance of colors 7. Evaluate the dress code 8. Apply rule thirteen how to understand body language 9. Handle how to improve body language 10. Demonstrate how to improve voice 11. Revise how to use words 12. Apply rules fourteen to seventeen of presentations 13. Design contents of presentation 14. Practice how to arrange contents of presentation 15. Analyze how people remember 16. Manage how to prepare audio visual aids 17. Experiment how to overcome stage fright 18. Illustrate how to deal with questions 19. Assess how to deal with difficult participants
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Presentation Skills Copy Rights Emad Aly Kamel Page 3 What is a presentation? Presentation is a message Who is a successful presenter? 1. Alert 2. Able 3. Achieve
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Presentation Skills Copy Rights Emad Aly Kamel Page 4 What do people evaluate in presenter in ten seconds? 1. Clothing colors are dark 2. Body language is stay inside of glass box 3. Voice is project 4. Words are highway sign 5. Knowledge is prepares 6. Confidence is do you best 7. Message is clear 8. Charisma is sincere 9. Body scent is natural 10. Acceptance is be yourself
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Presentation Skills Copy Rights Emad Aly Kamel Page 5 Rules 1 to 10 of presentation Rule 1 You do not have a second chance to make a first impression Rule 2 It is not what you say it is how you say it Rule 3 It is not what you do it is how you do it Rule 4 It is not who you are it is how you look Rule 5 It is not aids that master it is you the master Rule 6 Seek not success and success will seek you Rule 7 Fear not failure and failure will fear you Rule 8 Over prepare and under deliver Rule 9 WIFM what is in it for me Rule 10 Talk and write highway signs
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Presentation Skills Copy Rights Emad Aly Kamel Page 6 Rule 11 why people become bored 1. Conversational rate is 120 to 150 wpm 2. Hearing capacity is 600 to 800 wpm 3. Attracting attention is within 7 seconds 4. Maximum attention span is 10 minutes
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Presentation Skills Copy Rights Emad Aly Kamel Page 7 Rule 12 contrast significance of colors Black 1. Promotes less activity 2. Promotes less oxygen
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Presentation Skills Copy Rights Emad Aly Kamel Page 8 Rule 12 contrast significance of colors Blue 1. Promotes learning 2. Promotes communication 3. Promotes body healing 4. Promotes relaxation 5. Promotes less appetite
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Presentation Skills Copy Rights Emad Aly Kamel Page 9 Rule 12 contrast significance of colors Brown 1. Promotes satisfaction 2. Promotes intimacy 3. Promotes friendship 4. Promotes genuineness 5. Promotes sales of outdoor products 6. Promotes sense of value
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Presentation Skills Copy Rights Emad Aly Kamel Page 10 Rule 12 contrast significance of colors Gold 1. Promotes health 2. Promotes relaxation
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