1. Studying Excellent presenters
  2. Powerful Presentations
  3. Understanding the Senses
  4. The Visual System
  5. The Auditory System
  6. The Kinesthetic System
  7. Demonstrations
  8. Preferences and Prejudices
  9. Feed-forwarding Information
  10. Questions and Answers

Some extracts:

some assumptions

how we process information

  1. Sight - Visual System
  2. Hearing - Auditory System
  3. Touch - Kinesthetic System
  4. Smell - Olfactory System
  5. Taste - Gustatory System

on dressing…

people are more likely to be influenced by 2 piece suit and even more by 3 piece suit!

attitudes that make an impact with an audience usually include…

anchoring…

Excellent presenters orchestrate their movements in such a way that participants can pick up associates at an unconscious level. Each movement has its own meaning and you can use these gestures or movements to elicit a particular response form the groups.

Information is given back at the whiteboard while questions are answered when you move closer to the audience. Giving anecdotal experiences and stories to reinforce your work has also been designated a specific area. If you follow this plan consistently, moving to the front of the stage signals to the group that it’s time to ask questions.

tools for environment..

preferences and prejudices… > as a guide only, general rule is that: preferences are on the person’s right prejudices are on the person’s left

present in such a way that the audience walk away with…