INTRODUCTIONTOORALPRESENTATIONS

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Unformatted text preview: INTRODUCTION TO ORAL PRESENTATIONS INTRODUCTION TO ORAL PRESENTATIONS Two kinds of communication Three steps of oral presentation The keys to good communication Hints w&&& for excellent presentations Two kinds of communication 1. Informal communication 2. Formal communication Design reviews, sales representatives meetings, proposal presentation, stockholders 4 & ¤ „ meetings, analyst meetings) Three steps of oral presentation 1. What to include and what not include and ho 2. Visual aids 3. Delivery Typical organization for s presentation The Opening · Why it is important to the audience (need statement) · What is the purpose of the message (focus statement) · How message is organized (outline of key points: 5-7 max) Body · Context dependent Closing · Persuade the audience to take action · Benefits and value (sell benfits vs features) · Tell them what you said Questions · Pay close attention to the questions and the reactions. Try · Pay close attention to the questions and the reactions....
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2010 for the course MECHANICAL 072203 taught by Professor Zhangying during the Spring '06 term at Tsinghua University.

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