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If you are planning to take questions at the end of your presentation, be sure to close the Q & A section with a brief recap of your main points. This lets you take back the power and leaves the audience with your intended message, not just the answer to the last question.
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I appreciate your time this afternoon. Today I ve shared with you the four levels of the Emotional Intelligence Model. I believe you ll nd it to be time well spent. 1. In the preceding conclusion, what goal did the speaker remember to accomplish (a) Show appreciation. (b) Remind the audience why the topic is important to them. (c) Summarize the most important points. (d) Ask the audience to do something. 2. In an effective conclusion, what does the speaker not do (a) Ask the audience to do something (b) Add new information (c) Refer to the introduction (d) Use a quote 3. What should a good conclusion do (a) Add only one additional point (b) Establish that you are an expert on the subject (c) Clearly signal the end (d) Make the audience feel good 4. Envisioning the future is an effective conclusion when you want the audience to: (a) Adopt your suggestion (b) Feel good (c) Ask more questions (d) Take your ideas seriously
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5. Challenging the audience to do something is an effective conclusion for which kind of speech (a) Ceremonial (b) Entertaining (c) Informative (d) Persuasive
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Isabella Davis gave the same presentation, called To PMO or Not to PMO, at least twenty-seven times. Her audiences were always small to midsized companies debating whether or not to create a Project Management Of ce that would coordinate their projects. To make her case, she asked the audience if they ever experienced speci c problems, and Isabella always used the acronym CLASS to help them remember the issues. CLASS stands for: Cost overruns Late project endings Anger or frustration among team members Scope creep Surprises The acronym never failed . . . until the twenty-eighth presentation, when Isabella forgot that the A stands for anger. Even though she had said this so many times, she just couldn t remember. If she had had just one note card with the CLASS code on it, no one would have ever known, and she would not have been embarrassed.
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As Isabella learned, good speaker notes can be a lifesaver. Bad notes, however, can damage your delivery, get in your way, or cause more frustration than they re worth. Investing time in creating your notes pays off. You may not be aware that most speakers use notes of some kind. Even professional presenters who appear to be speaking off the cuff often have teleprompters or cue cards. Politicians, stand-up comedians, and talk-show hosts have help with sounding spontaneous. Speaking without notes is like walking the tightrope without a net unpredictable and dangerous!
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Unless you re a professional speaker, don t rely on your slides to be your cues for the whole talk. Make a few notes on paper as a guide. Be sure to number the pages!
Why Should I Use Notes in Addition to My Slides
It s easy to use the notes function in your computer s presentation software, and I recommend it as a way to structure the ow of your talk. But your computer slides don t always provide enough support while you re in the spotlight.
NOTES ALLOW YOU TO KEEP SOME SECRETS
Your slides will make each point visually, but your cards are just for you. Notes can include scribbled bullet points, words you want to emphasize, and stage directions that are for your eyes only. If your slides include everything you are going to say, then you don t need to be talking!
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