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When I spoke for a conference of landscape professionals, one of my audience members was deaf and surprised me by bringing two sign language specialists to interpret my presentation. We met brie y before the program began, and I adjusted by treating the signers as part of my team. We found seats for them in the front row, provided them with adequate lighting, and I frequently checked in with them to ensure that my message was clear.
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Psychographic information is often considered to be softer data. Political opinions, attitudes, values, and lifestyles are common psychographic data. When preparing for your presentation, it s important to learn as much as you can about psychographic information.
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As you prepare your material, determine what information the audience members share in common. It s a good idea to start talking at a level they all understand and quickly bring the less knowledgeable members of the group up to speed. It may be necessary to de ne any acronyms you use.
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The president of a midsized sales organization was discussing his company s products to a group of his son s friends. He explained the way the company sells to third-
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party vendors and how third-party vendors nd his products. He spoke for about ten minutes before someone nally asked, What s a third-party vendor Because he didn t check for understanding before or during his talk, he lost his opportunity to connect with his listeners. Ask yourself these questions: Will the people in your audience understand the need for your presentation Will they know your language Is their knowledge general or technical Do they share a common knowledge base, or are some more informed than others
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Speaking of . . . Acronyms
Acronym Angst Most industries use innumerable acronyms in their day-to-day operations. A simple way to avoid embarrassing anyone in your audience when you use an acronym is to de ne it the rst time you use it, and then use the acronym in an understandable context from then on. If your audience does not have the same knowledge base and if acronyms make up a large portion of your presentation, you might want to offer a handout with de nitions. When a handout is distributed with humor and tact, it can help participants save face if they don t know every de nition.
INTERESTS, EXPECTATIONS, AND MOTIVATIONS
Each person in your audience is attending for his or her own reasons. Those who want to be there are already motivated to listen, and those who would rather be anywhere else need to be encouraged to tune in to you. Listeners in the latter group need to know the WIIFM factor (What s In It For Me ). Engage them as soon as possible. Let them know that you have something to offer them right up front. Similarly, hostile audiences should feel that you understand their position, even though it might differ from your own.
CHAPTER 2 Audience Analysis
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The principal of a high school was speaking for an assembly. The students knew the township had approved some budget cuts and decided whether their school would be closed for the next year. The principal began his talk with a story from his own high school years. He talked on and on about himself, focusing on the need to study in hard economic times. The teens grew restless and agitated. Finally the principal said, And I m pleased to announce that our school will be open next year! By the time he told them the good news, it no longer sounded good! Ask yourself these questions: Why are the people in your audience listening to the presentation Are they truly interested What is their point of view regarding your topic Are they required to attend, or did they choose to be there Do they want to help you get your message out, or do they oppose your ideas Are they friendly or hostile to you To each other To a third party
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