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Presenting your side of the Story

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  • 1. Presenting Your Side of the Story
  • 2. How to instantly connect with an audience regardless How to distill any content into its most important components and plan a presentation fast N.E.C.H.A.N.T. Advanced Presentation skills Story Telling of size or type ENVISAGE 7 Skills to measurably transform your current presentation capability specifically with regard to Story Telling TRUTH NURTURE How to be spontaneous & come across in a way that is authentic and rings true NEUTRALIZE How to demonstrate gravitas & create an immediate change in perception when challenged AROUSE How to use your voice & body to create pre-determined responses CONNECT How to choose words & language that resonate with different roles, personalities, and agenda, avoiding verbal landmines HOOK How to choose metaphors & tell stories that engage & inspire the audience
  • 3. NURTURE: 5 ways to instantly connect with any audience
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  • 5. Our Accelerated learning process Demonstration Embed Plenary Practice Model
  • 6. How our brain work? Reptilian Brain Limbic brain Neo Cortex
  • 7. ENVISAGE: Ways to distill/prioritize content, plan presentation fast #
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  • 13. ENVISAGE
  • 14. Why is Persuasion Important? “ Persuasion is the art of which all business presenters must be prepared” Jerry Weisman Author : Presenting to Win
  • 15. Great Speeches
  • 16. Great Speeches Swami Vivekananda Chicago 11 Sep 1893
  • 17. What makes a great speech? “ For the purpose of making man a political animal , Nature has endowed him alone among the animals with the power of reasoned speech” Aristotle
  • 18. ENVISAGE Research says • What you say is 7% • How you say it is 28% • Non Verbal Communication is 65%
  • 19. Your Presentation Style • Immediately Connect • Tell a Story • Ask a question • Startling statement • Keep you glued • Has a take away
  • 20. Clear and Concise Story
  • 21. Ground Rules 1. Crystal Clear 2. Structure 3. Audience - WIIFM 4. Short – 5 min
  • 22. Connect: 4 Ways to Resonate with Different People • Somatic • Auditory • Visual • Intellectual
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  • 35. • Work on the next level • OK to have your own style • Craft your speech • Visual and props • Loud and clear voice • Use Stories • Look at audience • Practice, practice and practice
  • 36. Hook Engage And Inspire
  • 37. Content 1. Surprise The Audience 2. Ask Questions- Engage The Audience 3. Use A Metaphor 4. Tell A Story
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  • 42. 0) 1) ) 2))) )3)) ) )) Stories are one of the most powerful ways to start a presentation. They grab and hold attention.
  • 43. Metaphors “ He fought like a Lion in the battlefield.” Choose metaphors that engage inspire the audience.
  • 44. Quotations Start with an apt quotation, and even better you can differentiate yourself by stating the quotation and then adding a twist to it. .
  • 45. Quest Call to Adventure Temptation Refusal of the call Guide Meeting wise mentor Conflict 1st threshold Tests Pursuits, tasks challenges Supreme ordeal Escape, conquer, overcome Transformation Return with new knowledge , the prize, rebirth
  • 46. 7 Ways to use your body and voice to create an impact 1. Volume
  • 47. 2.Inotations
  • 48. 2.Inotations
  • 49. 3. Pitch
  • 50. 4. Placator
  • 51. Blamer
  • 52. Computer
  • 53. Leveler
  • 54. Distractor
  • 55. 4 Steps to shift perception if challenged Step 1: Pause - Compose self, allow space, Avoid Reacting - Thanks for that… - Interesting view, thanks for sharing…. - I’d never thought of that, what makes you…. - Wow, that was honest, how does everyone else feel?..... Step 2: Focus on positive intent – Assume whatever they have said or asked will be helpful, be curious Step 3: Acknowledge – Offer genuine appreciation for being challenged, show you have heard what they said (this is not the same as agreeing) Step 4: Thank you - Explore different ways of thinking, be open to alternative perspective and then thank person for original contribution
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  • 60. Further reading Presenting magically http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_s b_ss_i_0_13?url=search-alias% 3Dapsfield-keywords= presenting+magicallyspre fix=presenting+ma%2Caps%2C182 Making it stick http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_s b_ss_c_1_15?url=search-alias% 3Dstripbooksfield-keywords= making+it+sticksprefix= making+it+stick%2Caps%2C112 Slid logy http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_s b_noss_1?url=search-alias% 3Dstripbooksfield-keywords= slidologyrh=n%3A26623 9%2Ck%3Aslidologyajr=0 My voice will go with youhttp://www.amazon.co.uk/My- Voice-Will-Go- You/dp/0393301354/ref=sr_1_1?s=b ooksie=UTF8qid=1333057825sr= 1-1 5
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