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Presentation Skills

DESIGN CONCEPTS
for making case study reports

BIG

SIMPLE

CLEAR

Preparation of the Case study


1.Font should be at least 28 or 36
2.Should be able to read from
bench(row). use the floor test.
3. No more than 6 lines per slide
4. No more than 7 words per line

the back

Blue background with yellow text

Use Arial or Helvetia

Avoid overuse of red, shadow,animation and


transitions

Clip art should add to the content

Visual aids should be on the speakers left.

VOICE

Voice intelligibility

Articulation

Pronunciation

Overuse of stock expressions

Substandard grammar

Voice variability

Rate of speech

Volume

Pitch or tone

Emphasis

Body Language

Do Not cross your arms in front of your chest or


stilted

Do not use obviously practiced gestures

Don't chew gum or eat candy

Click or tap your pencil or pointer

Lean into your microphone

Don't rock or sway in place

Don't stand immobile

Don't use single gesture repeatedly

Dont examine or bite your finger nails

Eye Contact

Never let them out of your sight


Looking them in the eye makes them feel that
they are influencing what you say
Eye contact allows the presentation to
approximate conversation the audience feel
much more involved.

Dealing with Podium panic

Be yourself

Audience are forgiving

Practice deep breathing/visualization


techniques

Begin in your comfort zone

Nervousness is usually invisible

Q&A

It is beginning of a whole new interactive


presentation

Opportunity to make a point

Most presentations are won or lost here

Keep answer brief

Be honest

Avoid negative words

Move your eyes off the questioner

RULE

Never argue with a member of audience

Remain neutral and attentive

Listen to the whole question

Pause before you respond

Address the questioner and then move your eyes to


others

Easy as A, B, C

Can't answer that question because --,

But can tell you ----

Make sure you have finished speaking before


your audience have finished listening