Planning a Presentation

by Dale Carnegie Training

It doesn’t matter what your career is, sooner or later you are going to be responsible for giving presentations. If you are moving up the ladder in your profession, at some point, you will be managing a team, giving project updates, speaking before a management meeting, training clients or colleagues, or giving any number of other business presentations.

As a business professional, you likely spent the first years of your career as a team member performing tasks. As a result, you probably had little or no opportunity to give presentations early in your career. Then, upon receiving a promotion or being given a wider range of responsibility, you may transition abruptly into giving presentations on a monthly, weekly, or even daily basis. By planning thoroughly and thoughtfully, you can take much of the anxiety out of giving business presentations and have a powerful impact on your listeners.

In order to plan an effective presentation, you must first address:

  • Who is the audience?
  • What is the purpose?
  • What is the message?

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