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Stand-ups are short meetings among coworkers, usually held daily to share project status or updates on the current realities of a job or team. As the name indicates, everyone typically stands for this quick interaction. A typical stand-up lasts only ve to ten minutes and is held at the same time every day. The format is structured but casual, and in many settings, everyone is invited to make a quick comment after the leader starts off with announcements. Not much preparation is necessary on the part of the participants; however, the facilitator must be focused and concise.
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Always know the exact directions to the building and room where you re presenting. Your credibility is damaged every time you are late.
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Movies and TV are full of examples of room settings that detract from good communication. If you re a fan of The Simpsons, think of Mr. Burns s of ce and his dining room. Both are oversized and designed to connote power and af uence. Think of how small Bart looks when he s sitting at the far end of the dining table and how uncomfortable he seems when he s trying to make conversation. Mr. Burns seems to have power just because of the setting. You can imply power and get attention by using a room to your advantage.
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Whether you re in a small of ce or a large meeting room, don t position yourself in front of a window when you speak. The listeners will be distracted by anything visible outside and you will appear to them as a silhouette.
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A small room, crowded with listeners, is physically uncomfortable and often gets hot and stuffy. This limits your ability to maintain attention for an extended time. Conversely, a large auditorium setting with a small audience feels awkward and cold to you and your listeners. In this setting, people in your audience may feel conspicuous and want to slip out the back. If you nd yourself in this situation, ask everyone in the auditorium to move to the front. People hate to do this, but once they have settled into a new seat, they regain their comfort level. When setting up chairs, consider the comfort of large people, not the average size. You don t want your audience to feel as if they are crammed into the middle seat of an airplane. Make the environment welcoming.
SHAPE
Long, narrow rooms present a challenge for every speaker. If you nd yourself in this kind of space, stand in the middle of the long side of the room for the majority of your program. Move around if possible, so everyone can feel a connection with you. The screen should be placed on a narrow side of the room. If you re not using
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a remote, you ll need to move to the computer to change slides or better yet, assign someone to change slides for you. Figure 14.9 shows a typical classroom-style setting.
Speaker
Hygiene Factors
Psychologist Frederick Herzberg rst de ned hygiene factors as conditions that exist in the environment that are not intrinsically motivating to people but negatively affect morale when the factors are missing. In the presentation environment some of the primary hygiene factors are lighting, noise, and temperature.
LIGHTING
Conference-room lighting is notorious for making a speaker look bad. Most conference rooms have uorescent ceiling lighting that makes everyone look bad. If you re lucky, your room will also have recessed top hats that offer a more natural look. The most challenging rooms have only two settings on the light switch off and on!
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Speaking . . . of Lighting
Lighting in the ideal presentation room will have these characteristics: Dimmers that control individual or small banks of lights (front, back, and middle of the room) Dimmers clearly marked for using a projector and screen Natural as well as incandescent lights Adjustable lights on the presenter s face
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