Lecture 2 - Haas School of Business ugba-100 Business...

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David Robinson © David Robinson, 2009 faculty.haas.berkeley.edu/robinson/ugba100 Haas School of Business ugba -100 Business Communication Lecture 2:  Public Speaking Basics
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Preparation for this lecture Please view YouTube clips of NTSB spokesperson, Debbie Hersman http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJFM-p8cs2U
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Preparation for this lecture Please view YouTube clips of NTSB spokesperson, Debbie Hersman http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJFM-p8cs2U Why is she considered a highly effective public speaker?
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THE IMPORTANCE OF OUTLINING If you can’t organize your thoughts before you start, there’s no hope your speech or written product will come together later
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Outlining 1. Make an unordered list (a “pile”) of your ideas a. Arrows linking ideas and notes to yourself 2. What are your main ideas? a. Of these, which is most important? b. What is interesting, but can be left aside? i. Irrelevant/distracting to main point ii. Unproven, speculative, unsourced
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Outlining 2 1. What are your main ideas? a. Of these, which is most important? b. What is interesting, but can be left aside? i. Irrelevant/distracting to main point ii. Unproven, speculative, unsourced 2. Gather support for the main ideas a. Examples b. Arguments pro and con
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Outlining 3 1. What are your main ideas? 2. Gather support for the main ideas 3. Review what’s been left out a. Does it fit somewhere? b. Is it better than something else? i. More compelling ii. More relevant to this industry, location iii. More recent
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Outlining 4 1. Review what’s been left out 2. Take a break! (Come back and look at your work with fresh eyes) 3. Edit your outline a. Tidy up repetitions
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