The 10 Worst Presentation Habits

         ใครที่ต้องบรรยายบ่อยๆ เป็นวิทยากร เป็น Speakers หรือ ต้อง Presentation ในที่ชุมชน ลองศึกษาดูนะคะ มีนิสัยที่ไม่ดี 10 ประการในการพูด หรือการนำเสนอ และมีข้อเสนอแนะสิ่งที่ควรทำไว้ด้วยค่ะ อาจนำไปใช้ประโยชน์ได้นะคะ บทความนี้มาจากท่าน ผอ. ส่งมาให้ (สงสัยเราคงต้องปรับปรุงซะแล้ว ตรงกับเราหลายข้อเลย) ผู้เขียนชื่อ Carmine  Gallo เขาได้เขียนหนังสือ 10 Simple Secrets of the World’s Greatest Business Communicators

Bad Habit #1 : Reading from Notes
Do this instead: Review your material to the point where youhave so completely absorbed the material,you can deliver it without notes. BusinessWeek recently profiled Apple CEO SteveJobs, whose magnificent presentations are theresult of hours of grueling practice.
Bad Habit #2 : Avoiding Eye Contact
Do this instead: Maintain eye contact with your listeners atleast 90% of the time. It's appropriate toglance at your notes or slides from time totime, but only for a few seconds and only as areminder of where to go next. You are speaking for the benefit of your listeners.Speak to them, not the slides.
Bad Habit #3 : Dressing Down
Do this instead: Find a clothing store and salesperson whoserecommendations you trust. Always dressappropriately for the culture, but a little better
than everyone else.
Bad Habit #4 : Fidgeting, jiggling, and swaying
Do this instead: The solution is simple. Don't fidget, jiggle orsway! Videotape your presentations or rehearsals from time to time to catch your flaws.
Bad Habit #5 : Failure to Rehearse
Do this instead: Take a cue from Cisco CEO John Chambers.
He spends hours rehearsing every componentof his presentations, from the material to the flow of slides to when and where he's goingto walk among the audience. It's preparationto the extreme, but it works.
Bad Habit #6 : Standing at Attention
Do this instead: Move, walk, use hand gestures. Great speakers are animated in voice and body.
Bad Habit #7 : Reciting Bullet Points
Do this instead: Don't write too many words on the slide. A good rule of thumb is no more than fourwords across and six lines down. For slides with more content, do not recite the slide word for word. Include a story, anecdote, example to add color to the content. Trust  that your audience can read the slide forthemselves.
Bad Habit #8 : Speaking Too Long
Do this instead: Edit everything you say. Do you spend fiveminutes saying something that you couldotherwise say in 30 seconds? What can youcut out? Be thorough, yet concise in all manners of communication, including phone  conversations, emails and formal presentations.
Bad Habit #9 : Failing to Excite
Do this instead: Tell your listeners why they should be excited about your content. Give your audience a reason to care.
Bad Habit #10 : Ending with an Inspiration Deficit
Do this instead: Go ahead and summarize what you just said in the presentation, but leave your audience with one key thought --something they didn't know that makes their jaws drop in collective




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