Here are two ebooks full of hints and tips about creating and delivering effective presentations.
by Graham Young
Everything you need to know about how to organise, structure and give an effective business presentation. All in one easy to read book. I guarantee you won't be disappointed!
Based on over 25 years experience of preparing and giving business presentations for multi-national companies, to audiences both large and small, this book contains a distillation of current best practise in the sphere of business presentation.
Post Presentation Review
The A to Z
Enthusiasm & Energy
Features Advantages Benefits
Facts & Figures
Keeping the audience listening
Pauses/ Powerful Phrases
Questions & Answers
Questioning the Audience
X-Marks the Spot
You the speaker
You the audience
Z is for Snoring (not with this book!)
Total 126 Pages
A wealth of practical information, hints, tips and trade secrets to enable you give effective business presentations. Buy it today and make your next presentation a winner!
Do you want to shorten your learning curve and become twice the speaker in half the time?
Do you want to become a powerfully persuasive speaker who commands the attention of your audiences?
A speaker who creates an unforgettable experience for your audience every time you speak?
A speaker who keeps your audience’s hooked onto your every word?
If so, then you’re in the right place. In this book, you will learn how to create, practice and deliver presentations that entertain as well as inform and educate your audience.
You will be learning from public speaking experts who will share with you the best public speaking tools, tips and strategies so that you can shorten your learning curve and become the kind of speaker you’ve always dreamed of being. Experts who've contributed to the book include: Graham Young, Marianne Janin, Benjamin Loh, Cath Daley, Anuraag Awasthi, Eugene Cheng, Paul Thornton, Dell Self, Tom Nosal, Tyler Basu and Steve Gallegos.
This book is a short, practical and easy to read book (even if I say so myself). Here’s what you will learn in the book:
Learn how to avoid the most common mistakes most speakers make when opening their speech. If you avoid these mistakes, you will be better than 90% of speakers. Not only will you learn what not to do, you will also learn proven tools on how to open with speech with power and impact.
Learn how to end in a memorable manner. End with a bang, not a whimper.
Learn why it’s important to “write your best tweet” if you really want to build a speech that sticks.
Learn four proven techniques for adding humour to your presentation and keep your audience laughing as well as learning. This chapter alone is worth the price of the book.
Most speakers bore their audience with the use of data and statistics. Chapter Six will examine in detail how to use statistics to make your presentation come alive. This is one of the best discussions you’ll read on how to use statistics in a speech.
Slides are not necessary for a presentation, but if you are going to use them, then you better read Chapter Seven. Not only will you learn the principles for designing sexy slides for your presentation, you’ll also get to see sample sexy slides for inspiration.
It’s difficult to learn delivery skills from a book, but the principles covered in this book will teach you best practices for delivering an engaging and dynamic presentation.
Your introduction can either make or break your presentation. Learn the best tips for how to get your audience fired up before you speak.
Don’t get up on stage without the eight practicing principles discussed in Chapter Ten.
Do you get nervous every time you have to give a presentation or speech? In Chapter Eleven you will learn six tools you can use to reduce your nervousness and get yourself into a confident mind-set when you speak.
Unfortunately, things don’t always go as expected. How do you handle unexpected situations? What do you do when things go wrong? In Chapter Eleven, you will learn ten tips for handing unexpected challenges during your speech.
Then let's get started
Introduction by Akash Karia
How to Open Your Presentation by Graham Young
How to Close Your Presentation by Graham Young
How to Build Your Speech by Marianne Janin
How to Add Humour to Your Speech by Benjamin Loh
How to Use Statistics in a Presentation by Cath Daley
How to Create Sexy PowerPoint Slides by Eugene Cheng
Techniques for Dynamic Delivery by Paul B. Thornton
Make Your Audience Hungary with Your Compelling Introduction by Dell Self
How to Practise Your Presentation by Tom Nosal
How to Overcome Your Fear of Public Speaking by Tyler Basu
What To Do When Things Go Wrong by Steve Gallegos
Wrap Up by Akash Karia
Total 72 Pages