By Raymond M. Olderman
Studying to speak successfully can resolve numerous difficulties within the place of work sooner than they ensue. This publication explains the entire crucial equipment of verbal exchange and contains fabric on non-verbal and move cultural conversation.
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Tip Develop a pattern. The pattern is like a formal outline for a talk. It will not only help you arrange your facts and points in a logical order, it will also help you remember all of them when you deliver your presentation. The material that you deliver in a presentation can generally be organized into six different patterns. Each of them presents information in a clear, logical way. The six patterns of organization are • The whole and its parts. • Chronological order. • Problem-solution. • Spatial order.
4. Write a brief description of each idea on a line that radiates out from the circle. Don't discard any idea; include everything that comes to mind. Your paper will look something like a spider's web. Now go back and examine all the ideas that are in front of you. Some may seem irrelevant or trivial and can easily be eliminated. Others may seem related to each other and can be grouped together. Finally, you should have several important ideas that support your central message. These will become your primary pieces of evidence.
It's best to operate as if the only information your listeners are likely to remember is what you say. Recall the 5 percent rule, which studies show is the amount of information that listeners will retain after a presentation. Perhaps they'll remember as many as five to seven key ideas, but more likely it'll be only about three. There's something about the number three. All of us are familiar with the three musketeers and the three blind mice. Most presentations consist of three parts an opening, a body, and a conclusion.
10 Minute Guide To Business Presentations by Raymond M. Olderman