Business Presentation best practices 401 Spring 2011

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Business Presentation Best Practices (part 1) Patricia Harms, PhD Management & Corporate Communication
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Three areas of focus 1. Content 2. Executive Presence 3. Presentation Aids
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Content Material & Organization Audience Purpose Content Presence Aids
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PIPC Introduction • Purpose • Importance • Preview • Clarification Schultz, H. (2006). Business scenarios: A context based approach to business communication. Boston: McGraw-Hill. Content Presence Aids
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General Presentation Structure • PIPC Opening – Points – Points – Points • Conclusion** **Review, Remind, Ask for action (if relevant) Schultz, H. (2006). Business scenarios: A context based approach to business communication. Boston: McGraw-Hill. Content Presence Aids Support each point with very specific details. “General” information won’t help you “win” meetings.
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• Bottom line up front? ** • Delayed strategically? • Don’t take too long to build your case!
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