Saturday, 28 March 2009

So What’s is Fit, Focus & Flair?

Your presentation should be built with the needs of your audience at the front of your mind and in all of your preparations you should look to answer the following questions:

What is the very least that you can say on the subject in the simplest way and the shortest possible time? If as the research suggests, 8 hours after you have stopped talking, your audience will have forgotten 95% of what you said. The questions for you at the Focus stage are:

You have a duty to inform and entertain the audience so flair will make the difference between “professional” and “exceptional”. Flair asks the presenter the following questions:
The model is a simple as the three stages we’ve described here. It is also far more complex and we’ll go onto explain it in more detail and give you real examples of how you can achieve more fit, focus and flair in your presentations over the next posts.

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