Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Presentation Skills :how to groom it

Presentations skills
Presentations for business, sales, and training - oral and multimedia
Santosh Chaudhary on teacher training programs
Presentations skills and public speaking skills are very useful in many aspects of work and life. Effective presentations and public speaking skills are important in business, sales and selling, training, teaching, lecturing and generally entertaining an audience. Developing the confidence and capability to give good presentations, and to stand up in front of an audience and speak well, are also extremely helpful competencies for self-development too. Presentations and public speaking skills are not limited to certain special people - anyone can give a good presentation, or perform public speaking to a professional and impressive standard. Like most things, it simply takes a little preparation and practice.
The formats and purposes of presentations can be very different, for example: oral (spoken), multimedia (using various media - visuals, audio, etc), PowerPoint presentations, short impromptu presentations, long planned presentations, educational or training sessions, lectures, and simply giving a talk on a subject to a group on a voluntary basis for pleasure. Even speeches at weddings and eulogies at funerals are types of presentations. They are certainly a type of public speaking, and are no less stressful to some people for being out of a work situation. If you are going to face pubic the you must the following things
Opening – you must decide how to begin it who should b respected and greeted welcoming words must be here.
Introductions – he topic you have chosen for speaking, should be introduced properly in few words
Middle – this the main body of your presentation, you must divide it in two or three areas and should keep explaining one by one
Conclusion- Never forget concluding your topic. Always put conclusion in short way.
Thanks- say thanks for the audience.
Before speaking anything in public you are supposed to get ready for it properly. Never forget three things 1 planning 2. Preparation then delivery

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