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MGT 3100 – G. SHARING IDEAS (How to make PPTX your secret weapon) MGT 3100 MANAGEMENT AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES Kennesaw, 11/11/11 Dr. Gaia L. Marchisio
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MGT 3100 – G. 1. THE STARTING POINT TO PREPARE ANY PRESENTATION 2. POWER POINT: MAKE IT YOUR ALLY NOT ENEMY 3. TIPS FOR THE PROJECT Table of content WHAT IS THIS LESSON ABOUT?
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MGT 3100 – G. WHY IS IT SO IMPORTANT? NOWADAYS WE HAVE A HUGE AMOUNT OF DATA AND NO TIME… SELECT, SELECT, SELECT, AND ORGANIZE THEM! USE EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION TO MAKE GREAT IDEA BECOME ACTUAL 1. The starting point
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MGT 3100 – G. APPLYING THE CONTINGENCY APPROACH TO COMMUNICATION WHO IS THE RECIPIENT WHAT IS THE AIM OF THE PRESENTATION WHAT IS THE STRUCTURE (Table of content) 1. The starting point WHAT IS THE STARTING POINT ?
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MGT 3100 – G. WHY SHOULD THEY BE INTERESTED IN LISTENING TO YOU? Knowing well your recipient makes you successful HOW MANY WHAT ARE THEIR CHARACTERISTI CS WHAT IS THEIR KNOWLEDGE THEIR LEVEL OF ENGAGEMENT 1. The starting point: RECIPIENT
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MGT 3100 – G. SELECT CAREFUL WHAT YOU WANT TO ACHIEVE THROUGH YOUR COMMUNICATION 1. The starting point: AIM TO INFORM TO HELP MAKE A DECISION TO INFLUENCE AN OUTCOME TO OFFER FOOD FOR THOUGHTS
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MGT 3100 – G. USE THE “TOM TOM METHOD” STUCTURE: WHAT ARE THE KEY MESSAGES YOU WANT TO DELIVER? And IN WHAT ORDER BUILD THE REPORT FROM THE TABLE OF CONTENT: THINK ABOUT THE BUILDING BLOCKS AND THEN YOU ADD DETAILS 1. The starting point: STRUCTURE WHAT IS THE STRUCTURE (Table of content)
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TELL A STORY How do you get your message across? Source: http://www.slideshare.net/tltiede/presentation-development-skills-100307-slideshare 1. The starting point
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HOW TO COMMUNICATE TO PERSUADE Vertical logic Details of your story to support it Source: Fombrun, Nevins Narrative = Horizontal logic 1. The starting point MGT 3100 – G.
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MGT 3100 – G. 1. THE STARTING POINT TO PREPARE ANY PRESENTATION 2. POWER POINT: MAKE IT YOUR ALLY NOT ENEMY 2a. PPT as a report 2b. PPT as a presentation device 3. TIPS FOR THE PROJECT Table of content WHAT IS THIS LESSON ABOUT?
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30 million corporate PowerPoint presentations are made every day globally POWERPOINT IS PROBABLY THE MOST WIDELY ABUSED BUSINESS APPLICATION IN HISTORY. MGT 3100 – G. Marchisio 2. PPT your ally “I have already used your presentation tips to present twice and my boss said: ‘this is the way to do it people! I want presentations to look exactly like this’ ’’ Former MGT3100 student
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MGT 3100 – G. Slide deck can have two different purposes: understand the two extremes and decide where you need to be 2. PPT your ally ARE THEY DIFFERENT? AND WHY? STRUCTURE FORMAT REPORT (RECORD FOR FUTURE REFERENCE) VISUAL AID FOR PRESENTATION
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STRUCTURE Tell them a good story to increase the pathos 2. PPT your ally REPORT (RECORD FOR FUTURE REFERENCE) VISUAL AID FOR PRESENTATION Solid content Adapted to the audience Has a beginning, a middle, and an end Follows a logical sequence Has a point!
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