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Dealing with Disasters -8 disasters that could happen to you-. Myra Grewe (s2151561) Group 7 20 th September 2011. What do you do if…. You expect to speak to 3 people and arrive to find 20. Just handouts, forget it Ask for a flipchart and pens etc. Key points Stand up
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Dealing with Disasters-8 disasters that could happen to you- Myra Grewe (s2151561) Group 7 20th September 2011 What do you do if…
  • You expect to speak to 3 people and arrive to find 20.
  • Just handouts,forget it
  • Ask for a flipchart and pens etc.
  • Key points
  • Stand up
  • Remember: you are the expert!
  • What do you do if… You find you have 15 minutes instead of the 45 you planned on.
  • Don’t try to talk fast
  • Estimate the time you need for each part
  • Keep your eye on your watch
  • Main points
  • Be prepared next time
  • What do you do if… You arrive and are told the decision maker can't attend.
  • Someone will report it
  • In one sentence: What do I want the decision maker to do?
  • State it in the beginning and in the end
  • What do you do if… Your throat dries out.
  • Tiny piece of paper in the back of your mouth flow of saliva
  • Try it at home
  • What do you do if… You lose your train of thought mid-sentence.
  • Smile, say ‘excuse me’ and start again
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jMszKcpn2DU&feature=related
  • What do you do if… Several people start a side conversation while you are speaking.
  • Ask for questions
  • Ask if it isn’t clear
  • Continue and move closer
  • Lower voice or pause
  • Hope someone else is stopping them
  • Ask the group if they want to continue or to reschedule
  • What do you do if… You drop your papers on the floor.
  • Make a joke about your clumsiness
  • Pick them up
  • Take a moment to put them in order
  • What do you do if… The decision maker is forced to leave before you have gotten to your key points.
  • Mention key points in the first minutes in any presentation
  • Use your pictures
  • Summarize in one sentence
  • Most presentation disasters are not serious! They can be solved pleasant if you…
  • Keep smiling
  • Know exactly what you want the decision maker to do
  • References
  • http://www.strategiccomm.com/disasters.html
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