Wednesday, August 19, 2009

ON GREAT PRESENTATIONS

OK – here’s the skinny on delivering a well organized presentation.

Opening – you have 60 seconds to get their attention. Start with a great question, quote or short story. Tell ‘em what you will Tell ‘em.

Body – Tell ‘em. This is where you tell your 3-4 points supported by your personal stories. (Include some humor and audience interaction)

Closing – Tell ‘em what you told ‘em. Give them a call to action. What is one idea they can use immediately? In seven days? In one month.

Be sure you know what you want your audience to do as a result of your presentation. Ask yourself 1)what do they need to know to do this? 2)what do they need to feel to do this?


The Coach asks . . . will the attendees walk out the door at the end of your program ready to think or act differently?


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