As a good presenter you might think you don’t need to spend time on your structure because you can deliver “off the cuff” presentations easily. But consider this…
By preparing the structure of your business presentations you can:
So let’s take a look at some presentations tips for structuring your business presentations:
Once learnt this approach can be used for EVERYTHING you ever do again. (It is also detailed in the book “Taming Your Public Speaking Monkeys”, get your free chapter here).
Essentially it consists of;
4.) Ask if there are any questions after the “Relevance” section, but before your motivating couple of sentences at the end. This way you get to close the presentation on your topic and in a motivational manner – not on a random topic that might be brought about by an audience member’s question.
One of our clients Helen Hicks – Head of Customer Service & Marketing said “…. I have used the 4MAT approach several times and I recently had to prepare PowerPoint presentations (3 versions) in collaboration with the sales team and the process was easy, quick and painless. It helped that we were all on the same wavelength.”
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