By Raymond M. Olderman
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Remember the difference between an open-ended and a close-ended question. Sometimes you can ask a close-ended question and follow it up with an open-ended question. Examples: How many people think they could be better speakers? From your own experience, what skills would make each of you a better speaker? • When you present an open-ended question, give your audience time to respond. Sometimes it takes that long for your listeners to realize that you've just asked them to participate in your presentation.
The key is: Less is more. " Use them thoughtfully and sparingly, and they will enhance your presentation. I l@ve RuBoard I l@ve RuBoard 47 48 Evaluate Your Visual Aids Needs Developing visual aids is part of the planning stage for many presentations. Studies show that an audience remembers more when they see and hear something than when they only hear it. So visuals can help you get your point across. But before you decide to use them, consider the following: Why are you using them? Visual aids should only be used when they make a point better than you can do it by yourself.
I l@ve RuBoard I l@ve RuBoard Make Your Visuals Work Whether you use traditional visuals such as flip charts and models, or the cutting-edge technology of PowerPoint, how you present them is key to how well they work in your presentation. I l@ve RuBoard I l@ve RuBoard Learn to Present Traditional Visuals If you handle them properly, props, models, and flip charts can be good choices, depending upon the subject of your presentation and the size of your audience. Props and Models A speaker explaining the improvements in one of the parts of an aircraft engine demonstrated by holding up the old part and comparing it to the new one.
10 Minute Guide To Business Presentations by Raymond M. Olderman