Presentations are empirical, visual, sensory and oral. Presenters need to make sure that delegates have the opportunity to rationalize, experience, see, think, discuss and listen the information you have explained in the presentation. The style you use in giving a presentation heavily impacts the result of your presentation. Likewise; some presentations like Keynote are meant to be jazzier. They are mainly long on big concepts and sometimes called ballroom presentations. They also incorporate an entertainment value and usually short on details.
On the other hand, other presentations such as: sales or internal presentations are very different. The aim is to train or persuade the listeners. These presentations are not meant to entertain and need more details including statistics and graphs which may be made in applications like PowerPoint.
The style you would use for sales presentation is different from the style you will use for Keynote. However, you must have noticed as a member of the audience that different presenters have different styles. Below is a list of some of the most famous presentation styles.
Considering the above mentioned presentation styles, it’s time for you to start practicing now and adopt the style that works best for you and your audience.
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