By Raymond M. Olderman
Studying to speak successfully can resolve a great number of difficulties within the place of work sooner than they ensue. This publication explains all of the crucial equipment of communique and contains fabric on non-verbal and pass cultural conversation.
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Tip Most presentations have very tight deadlines so there usually isn't much time to find more research material if you need it. The quickest approach is the Internet. Use one of the search engines, type in your topic, and see what comes up. The best presentations include enough evidence to convince even the most skeptical listeners. The 30-Second Recap In this lesson you learned how to collect, sift, and organize supporting evidence for the ideas in your presentation. I l@ve RuBoard I l@ve RuBoard 33 34 Lesson 7.
You want them to talk. Unfortunately, certain types of questions will elicit little or no response from your listeners. These are called close-ended questions. They include • A question that can be answered with a show of hands. Example: How many people here enjoy public speaking? • A question that has a yes or no answer. Example: Do you think the company should improve its health benefits program? • A question that has only one correct answer. Example: How many sales offices do you think our organization operates in the United States?
An effective program will enhance the reputation of our organization, attracting a higher number of talented young people. Chronological Order Speakers often use this pattern to describe a series of past events that have led up to or caused a current situation. The events follow each other in a specific chronological order. In your presentation, you'd often use time order words: first, then, next; in 1998, in 2000; in the first quarter, in the second quarter, and so on. Central Message: Our current manufacturing problems have resulted from a series of events that began more than two years ago.
10 Minute Guide To Business Presentations by Raymond M. Olderman