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Technical Presentation Workbook: Winning Strategies for Effective Public Speaking, Third Edition

By
Richard L. Sullivan
Richard L. Sullivan
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Jerry L. Wircenski
Jerry L. Wircenski
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ISBN:
9780791859575
No. of Pages:
314
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
2010

AFTER READING THIS CHAPTER, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:

Use brainstorming

Design and use case studies

Design and use role plays

Some presentations require more participant input and activity than others. Imagine a two-hour presentation for engineering managers focusing on communication styles. This could be a long session for both the presenter and those in the audience if there are no activities to involve the participants. In this chapter we will examine three of the most common strategies you can use to increase participant involvement and make your presentations come alive, namely, brainstorming, case studies, and role plays.

Why use brainstorming?
Conducting a brainstorming session worksheet
Why use case studies?
Facilitating the use of a case study worksheet
Case study development form
Why use role plays?
Facilitating the use of a role play worksheet
Role play development form
Key points to remember
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