How to make a presentation - Coggle Diagram
How to make a presentation
Presentation should have needs an introduction, body, and conclusion
Offer a body of evidence.
The body of your presentation is where you hit ’em with the facts, quotes, and evidence to back up your main points.
Sum up with key takeaways.
The conclusion is where you loop back to your original statement and give the audience some key takeaways on how they can put into practice what they’ve learned
A compelling introduction.
Your introduction needs to briefly sum up what you’re going to talk about and why it’s useful or relevant to your audience
No more than 10 slides in total.
Who wants to sit through pages and pages of slides? No one, that’s who. By keeping your slide deck to 10 slides, even if your presentation is 30 minutes long, you’ll give the audience a chance to digest the on-screen messages in line with your talk.
Limit the amount of copy on each slide
No more than six words per slide
Think ‘bite-size’ information
Be savvy with design details
Be consistent with your font
Format for perfection
Use color sparingly
Polish several times
Get someone else to look at it
Have a strong opening
Ask a question
Tailor it to your audience
Don’t be afraid to mess up
Open up and be vulnerable
Have a plan for a smooth delivery
Have backup material
Use a timer
Use a remote
Have a practice run-through
To conclude, focus on audience value
Use a pause for key takeaways
Make your core message sing
Leave your audience with an emotional impression