How to become a presenter?
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7 QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER BEFORE YOU
BY JOSHGUN KARIMOV@joshkerimov
Humans are biological creatures by nature. -İ.Pavlov
We follow our natural instincts first.
Most presentations contradict our nature
Perfect TAKE-OFF means great PAY-OFF
7 questions will bring life into your presentations:
What audience needs to know about you?
Boring Introduction• Certified by D&Y LLC Ukraine after completing 24 hour Master Class Session with Elena • Sidorenko on “Methodology of Training Creation and Technologies” (21-25 March 2012)• Certified by “Treyning Butik” LLC of Russia after completing the course• “Train the Trainers” and “HCustomer Service on the Phone” given by Mark Kukushkin• Faculty of Philology, DepaLanguage and Literature QAFQAZ UNIVERSITY, Baku / AZERBAIJAN (2003-2007) • Studied at Standley Lake rtment of English IGH SCHOOL, Denver, Colorado (2002-2003) S• tudied at and graduated from Baku Turkish Anatolian HIGH SCHOOL (1996-2003)• 2011-october 4th Azercell LLC Training Center Junior Specialist• Make presentations and reports to Training Center Heads, Prepare Training Materials and • Train Company Staff on various services and skills (Functional Trainings, Soft Trainings)• (2010-may 13th to-2011 october 3rd) Azercell LLC Call Center Representative and Internal • Trainer of Azercell Academy• Train Internal Customers about Customer Services on the Phone and Customer Oriented• Service• Handle objections of customers. Give information about campaigns and services of the • Company. Register the complaints and requests of customers.• 2008-2010 Independent Representative and Distributor of Q-Net Ltd.• Promotion and consultation of company products and services. Management of trainings• and events. (Conferences held in Malaysia, Kuala-Lumpur and Turkey, Antalya)• 2007, Summer Holiday• Guided German delegation (Participants of Summer School that was held by • Qafqaz University) within Baku and other regions of Azerbaijan. Interpreted the official • meetings and the conferences. (English to Azeri or vice-versa)• 2006, October to December (3 consequetive months) • Worked as an Administrative Assistant for Nobel Oil Ltd• Prepared/Translated daily reports in Azeri and English, sent them to the central office. • Prepared Daily Performance Sheets, Delivery Request Notes, Material Transport Sheets • Worked in offshore condition (Guneshli Oil Reservoir Platform 8, Caspian Sea)
This much info tires the hell out of
The less is more
LOGOS SPEAK BETTER
No one needs your biography. People need your point. Hurry and make it !!!
My familyMunavvar + Muhammad
You want to break the ice show them your heart!
2. What are your intentions?
Almost every presentation is doomed to be forgotten and not
Giving speech means giving VALUE. Inspire others while informing them!
Perfect Presentation Scenario (PPS)
Convey maximum 3 messagesGive your call for actionAssist during-after your speech
“All great speeches follow the same pattern.”-Nancy Duarte
Speeches from Martin Luther King to Steve Jobs result in such pattern.
Who is your Audience?3.
You need 4G-s to grab ATTENTION
Give ENERGY Give ENTERTAINMENT
How to design your slides?
Steve Jobs is still setting the TREND and STYLE of SLIDES
SMS approach to slides
Simple MinimalisticSpace for Speaker
Simplicity is always in fashion.
Presenters should consider Japanese Culture. -Garr Reynolds
Tasty is not enoughDetails Matter
Apply to your slides.
5.Speech or Speaker?
“Your speech may not be interesting but you definitely are.” -Guy Kawasaki
What is the power of your PERSONAL STORY?
Any company or person sharing their stories properly will get incredible return in results.
Our emotions affect things we see.
Control FEELINGS and FEELINGS will control IMPRESSIONS about you!
7. What is perfect formula for presenting?
E.Sidorenko believed in Zero Formula which said: Be yourself and do not lie!
PREZENTERS that inspired me
GOOD LUCK and Thank YOU!