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By Barbara Chivers

ISBN-10: 1849202206

ISBN-13: 9781849202206

This e-book offers readers an in depth advisor to the practise and supply of either person and team shows. it is going to take them via the entire pratcial phases essential to whole a presentation and procure first-class marks. The books contains: genuine existence examples illustrating potent presentation innovations; beneficial information and illustations all through; a 10-step advisor to getting ready your presentation; tips about utilizing PowerPoint; and a significant other website entire with a scholar source middle at Written in a transparent and available sort, this ebook can be crucial analyzing for either undergraduate and graduate scholars who've to behavior graded shows.

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If you do not cultivate a certain distance from pain and distress, you can get too close and get badly damaged. 1 Association or disassociation Association Seeing the world through your own eyes In the experience Be here now In touch with what is happening Aware of own feelings Not really aware of time Seeing things with your own eyes Example – on holiday, with a loved one; any time that you want to be yourself! Disassociation Putting yourself at a distance; seeing yourself performing or going through actions Slightly distant Remote On the sidelines Watching yourself performing Very aware of time Able to stand outside yourself Example – an examination, difficult meeting, being criticized It is one way of successfully undertaking a presentation.

You are looking at somebody very much like you, and they are successfully carrying out the presentation. qxd 8/16/2007 5:02 PM Page 37 IMPROVING INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE 3 The person you are watching is doing an effective and successful presentation. Notice the way that the audience is reacting; notice the confident posture of the speaker and how they engage with the group in front of them. 4 It is as though you are watching yourself undertaking a presentation and just seeing what happens. You observe yourself, coolly and objectively.

Chapter 9 provides some detailed discussion on using PowerPoint. Here, we are interested in how using some technology improves the presentation to make it more effective. We suggest the following key principles: 1 In most situations, the technology should be ‘the servant’ not ‘the master’. You should control it rather than letting it dominate the presentation. If it creates problems, it will distract the presenters and the audience from the content that needs to be delivered. 2 It needs to be fit for purpose.

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