Brilliant Presentation 3e: What the best presenters know, do and say

Overview

Packed full of anecdotes from the most accomplished presenters around, this book contains all the tools, tips and encouragement you need to make a sensational presentation.

It covers every aspect of presenting, from preparation and planning right through to dealing with nerves and mastering the art of presentation performance.

Brilliant outcomes:

- Learn the top ten tips of presentation mastery

- Discover how to make presentations powerful, ...

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Overview

Packed full of anecdotes from the most accomplished presenters around, this book contains all the tools, tips and encouragement you need to make a sensational presentation.

It covers every aspect of presenting, from preparation and planning right through to dealing with nerves and mastering the art of presentation performance.

Brilliant outcomes:

- Learn the top ten tips of presentation mastery

- Discover how to make presentations powerful, colourful and memorable

- Always feel confident and inspired to give it your very best shot

- Deliver an inspiring presentation, even with no visual aids.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780273762461
  • Publisher: FT Press
  • Publication date: 12/4/2011
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 248
  • Product dimensions: 5.20 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Richard Hall is Chairman of RH&A and Showcase Presentations Limited. He has written several books for Pearson, including Brilliant Business Creativity, Brilliant Marketing and The Secrets of Success at Work. His background is in marketing and advertising and he now specialises in executive mentoring, team building and strategic consulting.

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Table of Contents

About the author

Author's acknowledgments

Introduction

Part 1: CHANGES IN EXPECTATIONS

1 Changes, technology, the media and you

2 This is your career we’re talking about

3 Really understanding your audience

Part 2: KNOWING YOURSELF HELPS YOU IMPROVE

4 Fear - how to understand and control it

5 The five levels of mastering presenting

Part 3: THE PRESENTER'S TOOLKIT

6 The context of the presentation

7 How to write a brilliant story

8 How to give your story colour

9 How to illustrate your presentation

10 Giving a brilliant performance

Part 4: HOW TECHNOLOGY AND TECHNIQUE IMPACTS ON PRESENTATIONS

11 Technology is here to make us more powerful

12 Technique: learning from the best – the X Factor

Part 5: HOW TO BE COME BRILLIANT - PULLING IT ALL TOGETHER

13 Moving from good to brilliant

14 So you made it – brilliant, well done!

15 Applying your skills to all kinds of meetings

16 Summary of the lessons in this book

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