How to Deliver a Presentation

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49 pages
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 English
This eBook explains how to deliver your presentation in a way that will keep the audience engaged from the beginning to the final conclusion.
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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...

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This eBook explains how to deliver your presentation in a way that will keep the audience engaged from start to finish. It follows on from ‘Planning a Presentation’ and ‘Preparing a Presentation’ ebooks.

It describes how to develop a persuasive delivery style explaining how to read your audience so that you can adjust your delivery pace to match their understanding. It offers practical advice in for the question and answer session so that people leave your presentation feeling it was informative and relevant.

This eBook follows on from ‘Planning a Presentation’ and ‘Preparing a Presentation,’ which explain how to organize your material in a way that works as a presentation to an audience.

You will learn how to:

  • Develop a persuasive delivery style that demonstrates ownership of the key message
  • Eliminate any verbal mannerisms you may have and to use positive body language and eye contact to engage the audience
  • Read the audience so that you can set the pace of your delivery to match their understanding
  • Prevent your presentation being hijacked by an unexpected or controversial question from the audience
  • Manage the question and answer session so that people feel that your presentation was important and relevant
  1. Styles of Presenting
    1. Memorizing
    2. Reading a Script
    3. Using Cue Cards
    4. Cue Card Guidelines
  2. Developing a Persuasive Delivery Style
    1. Voice
    2. Body Language
    3. Eye Contact
  3. Rehearsing
  4. Reading Your Audience
  5. Retaining Control
  6. Question & Answer Session
  7. Importance of the Venue