The word Presentation can actually stress out many students and even working adults. The only way you can be confident in presenting is practice. As the say goes Practice makes perfect. The more you practice your skills to present the more confident you will be to present. There are many skills needed in giving lively and enjoyable presentations. Presentation in schools, colleges and universities actually giving you the opportunity to gain practice and prepare you confident level to face the world in future. There are some suggested guidelines to help prepare you to give a good presentation.
1. Linking with your audience
You should be well prepared before you present is as important as anything else is. You should be very well equipped with all the information and well versed with the topics you are presenting. Good knowledge on the topic will help you have connection and create the interest in the audience. Linking and connecting to audience is important to capture the attentions to your presentation. Some jokes and humors can boost up everyone in the hall.
All presentation needs some technology and some visualization ion order to make it more lively and attentive. However do not abuse your presentation visual. Power points will help to give presentations but the slides should be created by using clear fonts, colour, and themes so it will not be too gaudy. All the slides should be as simple and formal as possible so it will help the audiences to capture all the key information that you need to transmit.
3. Interaction with audience
Interaction while presenting is very import aspect as two-way communication and interaction will help each other to learn form each other and understand better. Try to make eye contact with numerous people or audience throughout the room and don’t just talking to yourself. Question can be raised in order to create the two-way communication and participation. One important think to remember and give attention is to be short and straight to the point, as overdoing will make audience loose concentration. Remember you are presenting not debating.
4. Look up NOT reading note
Show your personality and show some character when presenting. Giving a presentation is not reading from the notes or just reading out the points from the slide. It should be spontaneous and clear. Look at the people you delivering the information
5. Time management
Presenting at the given time or short presentation will help audience following you. The longer you drag your presentation the more restless audience will be.
6. Encouraging each other
Encouraging, motivation and helping friends with presentation will help build up your skills of presentation and help you feel more confident when you stand in front of people. This alos will help you learn more thing and differentiate a bad and good presentation.
7. Questions and answer session
The end of the presentation, the floor should be opened for questioning sections. You should answer the entire question the audience pose to you but remember you do not question the audience who are imposing the question to you.
8. Feed back from audience
The part you should open the floor for feedback so this will help you build your presentation more btter each time as you will learn what type of presentation people are interested.
The tips above are few suggestions to give a good presentation n there many meticulous steps but this basis tips can be taken into account n practice as the tips and its definately sure a good n responsive presentation can be presented.