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PRES

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SKIL
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PERSIAPAN: PENGUASAAN TEMA


PENGEMASAN SLIDE
SIKAP BADAN, MIMIK DAN GESTURE
INTONASI DAN VOKALISASI
PERSIAPAN II: MENGATASI DEMAM PANGGUNG
MENYIASATI KESALAHAN/HAL-HAL TAK TERDUGA
MENGUASAI FORUM
INTERAKSI DENGAN AUDIENS
STUDI KASUS

OBJECTIVE
S
After presentation we :

can have better preparation


can utilize body language, and voice

can handle the panic situation

have interaction with the audience

PURPOS
E

To increase more
presentation
and a good deliver

skill

in

make

good

DEFINITI
ON

Presentation
the talk activity in front of certain audiences

PREPARATION

PREPARATIO
N
Presentation
is
like
an
iceberg, the delivery is only a
tip. The major chunk is the time
and effort spent in planning and
preparing for the presentation

PREPARATION

PURPOSE OF YOUR PRESENTATIO

Why am I delivering this


presentation?
Why does this group need to hear from me?

PREPARATIO
N

YOUR AUDIENCE IS THE REASON YOU ARE TH

What do they want?


Why would they listen to
you?

PREPARATIO
N
Q&A STRUCTURE

PREPARATIO
N

ILLUSTRATING YOUR MAIN POINT

PREPARATIO
N

TELLING STORIES

The best public speakers


are storytellers

PREPARATIO
N

RESEARCHING YOUR PRESENTATIO

PREPARATIO
N

REMEMBERING YOUR SPEECH

Dont read
notes
Write keyword

PREPARATIO
N

REHEARSING YOUR PRESENTATIO

Rehearsal
Repetition

PREPARATIO
N

Purpose of your presentation


Your audience is the reason you are there
Q&A structure
Illustrating your main points
Telling Stories
Researching your presentation
Remembering your speech
Rehearsing your presentation

DESIGN CONCEPTS

DESIGN
CONCEPTS
BIG

DESIGN
CONCEPTS
SIMPLE

DESIGN
CONCEPTS
CLEAR

Use easy to read fonts


Use clear color for background and text
Avoid
overuse
of
red,
shadows,
animation and transitions
Beware of busy backgrounds
Use a different background only to
emphasize one slide

DESIGN
CONCEPTS

Big
Simple
Clear

BODY LANGUAGE

BODY
LANGUAGE
EYE CONTACT

BODY
LANGUAGE
STAND

Stand with a quiet leadership authority and


appear at ease and relaxed at giving your
presentation

BODY
LANGUAGE
HEAD
An upright relaxed posture keeps your head
steady
and encourages eye contact
with your audience

BODY
LANGUAGE

FACIAL EXPRESSION

Keep an expressive,
relaxed and pleasant face.
This will create bonds with
your audience

BODY
LANGUAGE
Best to allow
your hands to fall loosely
at the sides of your body

HANDS

BODY
LANGUAGE
GESTURE

BODY
LANGUAGE
FEET

Do
your

not lock
knees

Place one foot slightly in


front of the other, the
heel of the front foot near
the instep of the other

BODY
LANGUAGE

Eye contact
Stand
Head
Facial expression
Hand
Gesture
Feet

BODY
LANGUAGE
No-Nos

VOICE

VOIC
E

VOICE INTELLIGIBILITY

VOIC
E

VOICE VARIABILITY

VOIC
E

Voice
Voice

Intelligibility
Variability

OVERCOME STAGE FRIGHT

OVERCOME STAGE
FRIGHT

OVERCOME STAGE
FRIGHT

OVERCOME STAGE
FRIGHT

OVERCOME STAGE
FRIGHT

OVERCOME STAGE
FRIGHT

OVERCOME SOMETHING UNEXPECTED

OVERCOME SOMETHING
UNEXPECTED

OVERCOME SOMETHING
UNEXPECTED

OVERCOME SOMETHING
UNEXPECTED

Scott Belsky
CEO Behance

OVERCOME SOMETHING
UNEXPECTED

OVERCOME SOMETHING
UNEXPECTED

INTERACTION WITH THE AUDIENCE

INTERACTION WITH THE


AUDIENCE

INTERACTION WITH THE


AUDIENCE

INTERACTION WITH THE


AUDIENCE

INTERACTION WITH THE


AUDIENCE

INTERACTION WITH THE


AUDIENCE

INTERACTION WITH THE


AUDIENCE

DOMINATE FORUM

DOMINATE
FORUM

DOMINATE
FORUM

DOMINATE
FORUM

Audiences understand
our presentation

STUDY CASE

STUDY
CASE

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