The Art & Science of Presentations

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December 24, 2013

The Art & Science of Presentations

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Mike Taylor

December 24, 2013
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  1. Presentations The Art & Science of

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  3. (yes, really. go ahead)

  4. Good Bad

  5. Why?

  6. Death by PowerPoint Life after…

  7. Stop doing this…

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  9. ..and this…

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  11. Which leads to…

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  13. and costs…

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  15. It’s not working

  16. What’s the most common communication mistake?

  17. TOO MUCH Info

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  21. Why do you present?

  22. Remember 1 Act 2

  23. Cognitive Load Coherence Principle Redundancy Principle Modality Principle Long-term Memory

    Working Memory
  24. Sensory inputs Long-term memory Audience

  25. Sensory inputs Long-term memory Working Memory

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  29. A formula for successful presentations

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  31. Treat them like kings!

  32. Got it?

  33. Preparation

  34. Start Offline

  35. Curiosity before Content

  36. Curiosity before Content

  37. after audience attention steadily drops 10 minutes

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  39. Parachute in!

  40. Design

  41. No slide-u-ments

  42. Keep it simple

  43. If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it

    well enough —Albert Einstein
  44. Pictures beat text!

  45. Better recall for visual info Pictures Text

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  47. Example

  48. Squint Test

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  52. Keep it simple Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery

  53. Learning Forum Be a Super Hero presentation ^