What Makes A good Presentation?
- Remember your audience.
Establish clearly objectives in the introduction.
Meet audience expectations with relevant content.
Create interest and promote involvement.
- Organize the information.
Design an overall structure which is clear.
Ensure the introduction and ending have maximum impact.
Link the different section together.
Communicate using the allotted time.
- Use visuals effectively.
Use simple clear and simple message.
Handle aids and equipment professionally.
Be prepared to provide handouts.
- Communicate with body language.
Maintain relaxed attitude; remain confident and positive.
Use eye contact to engage your audience.
Focus meaning by movement or gesture.
Avoid distracting mannerism.
- Deliver your message.
Use your voice effectively; volume, rhythm and pause.
Adjust complexity / formality of language to the audience.
- Prepare thoroughly.
Write brief notes to assist.
Practices before the real thing.
Source : Minimax Book American Embassy – Jakarta