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Developing Management Capability
Speech or Presentation
Pages 6 (1506 words)
a) Starting your talk by saying, "Good morning, Ladies and Gentlemen, I will briefly tell you what I'm going to talk about this morning by giving you an outline of my speech. First of all" is ineffective. Such boring choices of words fail to capture the attention of the listeners…
Your first lines, therefore, should be creative, exciting and interesting.
b) 'These next lines are good, and they can be effective if said with passion that will show the listeners how significant a small percentage (like 2 per cent) can be when considered in context of the base amount which, in this case, is 1.2 billion in euro. Assuming that these figures are all well-researched and accurate, this part should serve to be when the you - the speaker - convince the listeners that what you are presenting is worth looking into. The presentation slides used to highlight these lines should show pictures of the market that the listeners would want to tap. Without such critical slides, the important point relayed by this part of the presentation - the market you want them to target - will just be missed by the listeners.
c) These lines should never be said, "What sort of things do I mean by informational-educational This is not the best example, but it will help to illustrate the idea: Sotheby's has produced a video guide to eighteenth-century French furniture." They are ineffective points that will only ruin your presentation. These lines give your listeners the feeling that your presentation is not the best that you can give or do. ...
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