ASME - Jan 21, 2010 "Effective Technical Presentations"
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Presentations to inform are the most common type of business presentation, including training sessions update meetings, employee orientations, and briefings up, across and down. Informative presentations should include knowledge of the audience, convincing evidence, clear message, visual impact, and soliciting feedback.
Every week in your career, perhaps even every day, you listen to presenters give you information ranging from status reports to procedural guidelines to policy changes. The majority of the presentations that you give fall into this category, in one way or another.
Some individuals are very competent in giving clear presentations to inform.
You leave the presentation with a clear understanding of the message, the desired end result, and key points that you need to remember. On the other hand, many presentations to inform are disorganized, hard to follow, and you leave with only a vague idea of the point of the presentation.
In this module, you take a step-by-step approach to these presentations so that you can be sure that your message is clear, your audience stays engaged, and you cover all the relevant points you wish to make. 1.5 PDH
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