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Chapter 11 - Chapter 11 Informative Presentations in the...

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Chapter 11 Informative Presentations in the Workplace 1. Define the goal of informative presentations and explain the specific purpose of each type. Goal: To attempt to present facts and information in an objective, nonpersuasive manner. Briefing: allow a speaker to disseminate a concise number of facts in a short amount of time. Reports: Allow a speaker to introduce and explain information over and expanded period. Training presentations: are most often used when examples, exercises and practice are required for participants to grasp the ideas that are being presented. 2. Discuss ways we can enhance our credibility during a presentation . Education: list the workshops, seminars, courses or training you have attended. List degree, honors and awards you have received. Expertise: talk about your length of time in particular field or with a company. List any panels you have participated in, articles or books you have written, and professional associations you belong to that are relevant to the topic Empathy: demonstrate to the audience that you have their best interests in mind. The
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