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Top 7 Tips for Effective Presentation

Effective presentation Skills is a part of good communication. To be a good communicator you must have great presentation skills.

Presentation skills are more popular these days due to the modern digital world. You need effective presentation skills to present your ideas, projects, plans, and strategies in front of your audience and team.

Presentation skills are not only about the knowledge of PowerPoint application, it is beyond that. Almost every one of us needs presentation skills to have a successful career path.

To ease your presentation and to boost your confidence, here are some top 7 tips to improve your presentation skill.

Connect with your Audience

One of the most important aspects of Presentation skills is connecting with your audience. Of course, it is hard to be calm and compose during your presentation.

But time and again, the good presenters say that the most important thing is to connect with your audience. Connecting to your audience will allow you to understand their reactions and needs.

The best way to connect with your audience is to let your passion for the subject shine through.

Focus on your Target Audience

To connect with your audience you need to have a good, rough idea of who they are. It might be an excellent idea to learn the demographics of your target audience and update that information frequently.

Generally, your way of thinking must be focussed on what your targetted audience is going to get out of the presentation.

It is also important that you need to maintain calm and relaxed while your audience asking questions related to your content which you have presented, it shows your confidence level.

Good presentation starts with Eye Contact

Eye contact is an important part of effective presentations and an audience can feel uncomfortable if they are denied it.

"Make Eye Contact with your Audience", this may sound so easy, but a surprisingly large number of presenters fail to do it.

If you are making good eye contact with your targetted audience, you are maintaining a good rapport. This will help you to connect with your audience greatly.

Even having good eye contact will make you feel less nervous during your presentation.

Rules for Slideshows

A person named Kawasaki from apple suggested some tips to have a good slideshow. He stated that,

  • Slideshows should not have more than 10 slides.

  • Your entire slideshows should not last more than 20 minutes.

  • And the major point is to use the font size of no less than 30 points.

This is even famously called as 10-20-30 rules for slideshow.

You should not put the entire content in your slides. Your slides should only contain the gist of what you are going to explain briefly.

Convey your message through Interactive Stories

Do you know a recent survey stated that people highly respond to stories than factual data! Yes, Human beings are programmed to respond highly to stories.

Stories help to pay attention, and also to remember things. The best way to convey your message is by relating it to your interactive stories.

Find the story behind your presentation, think about it, and render it interactively.

Use your Body Language

Imagine standing in one place, being stiff, and rendering your presentation like a programmed machine, Not appealing right!

Your tone of voice and your body language is the very important keys to convey your message. Even it has been estimated that more than 45 percent of communications is non-verbal.

Try to make some casual and normal gestures. Use your hands and move naturally around the stage.

Enjoy your Presentation

Presentation and slideshows are not rocket science. You need not worry too much! The most important aspect of the this skill is how you are enjoying it.

Travel along with your presentation. Just go with the flow! In fact, if you can actually start to enjoy yourself, your audience will engage better.

Learning to present the subject interactively and confidently is important to build leadership skills. All of these presentation skill helps in self-promotion and explanation of achievements in meaningful ways.

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