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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:

Determine those aspects of your presentation you wish to evaluate

Use informal evaluation techniques

Collect feedback from participants

Conduct a self-evaluation

Use an observer to evaluate your presentation

You have just finished making a presentation to other engineers in your department and have returned to your office. You lean back in your chair and wonder about the effectiveness of your presentation. “How did I do? What did the other engineers think? Will the information I shared with them have an effect? Did they agree with me? Will the information change the way they do their jobs?” These and other questions must be considered when you evaluate your presentation.

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