Correct timing is also essential and the use of the right language is vital. A well organized speaker who makes good use of the time available can ensure objectives are successfully achieved. Presentation efficiency is impaired if the speakers are poorly organized. In this connection the use of financial or scientific terms is helpful as they form a type of common denominator. Non-verbal interaction with the audience is important because it guides presentation. The choice of words and vocabulary is one type of symbol that possesses emotional and psychological properties. The main challenge in presentation is to persuade the audience sending clear messages and informing about the issue, to persuade people to do something, to develop positive attitudes, and to cause other changes in people's thinking and behavior that will be beneficial to the project (Adair, Thomas 2003).
My personal success in making the presentation is effective time management and selection of appropriate information. I have tried to identify the key tasks and points in a presentation which should be given the greatest amount of time. In the presentations I have tried to present the most important facts and made a recommendation. ...
The personality and amount of self-confidence the presenter has can have an effect on presentation efficiency. The more self-assured and assertive individual can deal more effectively with people who encroach on their time. The use of visuals helps the speaker to make presentation more clear and vivid. Also, effective presentation requires that the audience have a common set of meanings and definitions. Such a common set of meanings derives not only from the language, but refers more broadly to the pattern of beliefs, codes, and feelings. In presentation, sufficient detail must be given and this may be presented in pictures or graphs; what must be avoided is obscuring the main facts by too much detail. Those presentations that require a recommendation should show the reasoning leading up to the recommendation. Also, the main ingredients of successful reports are: the opening paragraph should state any terms of reference; some presentations may give a sum any recommendations at the beginning; the body of the presentation should be set out in clear statements and side headings may be shown. The structure of the presentation should help the audience to follow the plot and supportive arguments. Vivid arguments can help the audience to grasp the idea at once (Adair, Thomas 2003).
A presenter can change his image from presentation to presentation using different techniques and methods of presentation. For instance, in one presentation he can attract attention of the audience by vivid images and pictures, but use graphs and vivid examples in the second presentation. It is important to note that only experienced presenters can change their style so easily trying to amaze their audience by something new. This technique can be