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To help your audience retain your messages, use various methods to get the point across. Tell them, show them, and let them do something. Using all of these methods will accommodate most of the audience members learning styles.
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The value pattern is most often used in presenting information from a report. The information is reported either from most to least valuable or from least to most valuable. A nancial presentation that calls for simply reporting data without interpreting the meaning of the numbers might use this simple value technique. The Letterman Top Ten list is a fun example of a value-ordered presentation. Examples: Topics You Can Organize by Value A monthly nancial report for a small nonpro t A month-by-month summary of donations to the cash register donation box at a convenience store
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The BLUF pattern has nothing to do with bluf ng! It stands for Bottom Line Up Front and is the technique the doctor should have used in the example at the beginning of this chapter. The BLUF technique is appropriate for executive summaries, military brie ngs, emergency situations, and any time it s essential to get to the point. Not every presentation provides you with a teachable moment where you have the luxury of explaining the history and implications, the long- and short-term effects, and the interpersonal rami cations of your decisions. To sum it up, the crowd doesn t care about the windup; the crowd wants to see the pitch.
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If people keep telling you to get to the point, you may be rambling too much for the situation. Try using the BLUF (Bottom Line Up Front) technique to design your next presentation. The format looks like this: 1. Punch line. Give one quick statement that sums up your message. What s the bottom line 2. Current situation. How does the punch line affect the current status 3. Next steps. Where do we go from here 4. Explanation. How did we get to the punch line
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Examples: Situations Where BLUF Is the Appropriate Organization Style Report of a military initiative in a war Teenager s call to parents to report that he was in an accident Answer from a help desk representative Announcement of a corporate budget cut
Symposium Style
The standard style for most scienti c presentations is the symposium style. This pattern is most often used to report all kinds of research ndings. Here are the elements and the order in which they are addressed: Title Introduction Background Apparatus Results Conclusions and recommendations
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Make sure to give the reason behind your ideas. Add a because when you support your suggestions.
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Choose the appropriate organizational technique for a presentation on each of the following topics: 1. Giving driving directions from Grand Junction, Colorado, to Moab, Utah (a) Spatial (b) Problem-solution (c) Chronological (d) BLUF 2. Giving a detailed brie ng for upper management in your company on the environmental and nancial costs of not implementing a new robotic painting process on an assembly line (a) Value (b) Problem-solution (c) Chronological (d) BLUF 3. Making an announcement to employees regarding a surprise layoff at your company (a) Cause and effect (b) Problem-solution (c) Topical (d) BLUF
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4. Teaching college students how to paint a house for pro t (a) Cause and effect (b) Problem-solution (c) Chronological (d) Topical 5. Presenting tips for tackling the hidden costs of ongoing stress for an audience of retail managers (a) Cause and effect (b) Problem-solution (c) Topical (d) Spatial
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Creating an Outline
Now that you have gathered and organized the ideas for your speech, it s time to re ne the list into an outline. Even if you think you ll skip this step and work from your groupings, don t. An outline is essential to the success of your speech. Outline styles can run the gamut from a formal typewritten document to a handwritten note jotted on a napkin. Putting some thought and time into your outline will pay off in the end. In fact, the better developed your outline, the more likely you are to build up a logical compelling argument to support your point of view. The outline helps you focus on structure before you choose your exact words. Think of your outline as a road map. Yes, you can get from point A to point B without using a map. You may have to visit a few other points and stop to ask for directions once or twice, but you ll eventually get there. When you give a speech, you can t afford to wander from place to place. Your audience will not continue to listen if you frequently digress. You must move ef ciently, effectively, and logically from point A to point B. Your outline helps you to do that. The longer your presentation, the more essential a good outline becomes.
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