How to Prepare a Presentation

Recenze :
( 17 )
51 pages
Jazyk:
 English
This eBook explains how to create a complete presentation based on your aim, audience, key message statement, and the key points you have identified.
Tohle je byznys eKniha
Prvních 30 dní zdarma
Byznys předplatné zdarma během prvních 30 dnů, pak $5.99/m
 
Zakoupit eKnihu :
Kniha neobsahuje reklamu
O autorovi

Paul Newton has worked in IT and Project management for over 30 years and has also developed several internet based enterprises. He was a co-founder and director of ITT Ltd where he was responsible for the development and marketing of software-based management training tools. Clients included Microsof...

Description
Content

This eBook explains how to create a complete presentation based on your aim, audience, key message statement, and the key points you have identified.

It shows how to get your audience on board from the start and outlines the importance of repeating your key message. It describes how to use the five-stage format and write a compelling introduction and summary.

This eBook follows on from ‘Planning a Presentation’ and explains how to create a complete presentation based on your aim, audience, key message statement, and the key points you have identified.

You will learn:

  • How to orientate the audience so that they are on board from the beginning of your presentation
  • Why repetition of your key message is so important and how to incorporate it into your presentation structure
  • How to use the five-stage format and the concept of transitions to structure your content
  • How to draft, edit, and organize the main body of your presentation in the most efficient way possible
  • How to write a compelling introduction, summary, and conclusion that will keep the audience focused on your key message
  1. Repetition and Timing
  2. Preparing Your Content
  3. The Five-Stage Format
  4. Stage 3 – Main Body
  5. Stage 1 – Pre-Introduction
  6. Stage 2 – Introduction
  7. Stage 4 – Summary
  8. Stage 5 – Conclusion
  9. Summary
  10. Appendix
  11. References