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How to deliver an effective

presentation
Effectivity starts with Preparation

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Room and Equipment preparation

► Make sure you obtain the contacts for the rooms and
equipment reservation.
► Room must be reserved days ahead of the meeting to
avoid any inconvenience.
► Consider how many are going to the meeting and the level of the
audience.
► Check the room before the meeting for any potential
issues.
► Technical issues such as room conditioning, projector problems or
compatibility with EY equipment are just some of the things you
need to watch out.

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Internal and Self Preparation
► Mental preparation is key.
► If you are the type to get stage fright, research on how to
effectively address this and find one which best suites you. It could
be something like taking a deep breath in between breaks during
the presentation or imagery techniques are some things you can
consider in helping you get over the nerves.

► Rehearse with yourself or with the team


► Read, understand, and talk over the topic you are assigned.
► Create a seamless flow of discussion with your teammates
► Help one another by giving feedback and encouraging one
another.

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Additional pointers and tips for preparation

► You can send the presentation deck ahead of time to the


intended audience as a pre-read material.
► Practice makes perfect

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Presentation Proper

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Presentation pointers:
► Exude confidence and professionalism with the client.
► Be mindful of the language you use. In a corporate environment, it
is best we use English when we present to our clients.
► You can use body language to stress important points, but me
mindful to not overdo it.
► Keep eye contact with your audience. Do not read the slides.

► Understanding what delivery style to use


► In delivering your presentation, you would need to know who the
audience is and adjust your delivery accordingly.
► Make use of verbal skills (voice projection, pitch, rate,
pronunciation) to enhance your presentation.

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PowerPoint pointers:
► Avoid wordy slides
► Include Agenda
► Make use of tables and charts to illustrate your point.

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Additional pointers and tips during
presentation

► Always introduce yourselves to the client at the beginning


of the presentation. Tip is to assign a team lead to
facilitate the introduction process.
► Remember to pause and give the audience time to absorb
what was discussed.
► Take questions when raised during the presentation.
► Try your best to answer the question raised. If you do not
have a concrete answer, you can asks the client that you
can get back on this but use this sparingly.
► Be mindful of the time.
► Smile in the face of adversity. 

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Ending the presentation

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Open Forum pointers;

► Always make sure you allocate time for an open forum (if
required) as part of your meeting time.
► Show enthusiasm when asking for and answering
questions.
► Stay calm and answer honestly.
► Take note of any unanswered questions that you will need
to answer later.
► When done, thank the audience for their time.

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What to do after the presentation

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What you can do after;

► Send the minutes of the meeting (assign someone to take


notes during the presentation).
► Minutes of the meeting should contain the discussion flow,
alignments made and any next steps;
► Next steps should include the person responsible, task to be done and
deadline.
► Do not forget to answer the questions raised that were
answered as soon as possible.

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Thank you!

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