Speech-making and Presentation Made Easy: Seven Essential Steps to Success

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The more presentations you give, the better you are going to get. In a scientific environment, take every opportunity to do journal club and become a teaching assistant if it allows you to present. An important talk should not be given for the first time to an audience of peers.

You should have delivered it to your research collaborators who will be kinder and gentler but still point out obvious discrepancies. Laboratory group meetings are a fine forum for this.

Ten Simple Rules for Making Good Oral Presentations

Presenters have different styles of presenting. Some can captivate the audience with no visuals rare ; others require visual cues and in addition, depending on the material, may not be able to present a particular topic well without the appropriate visuals such as graphs and charts. Preparing good visual materials will be the subject of a further Ten Simple Rules.

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Rule 7 will help you to define the right number of visuals for a particular presentation. A useful rule of thumb for us is if you have more than one visual for each minute you are talking, you have too many and you will run over time. Obviously some visuals are quick, others take time to get the message across; again Rule 7 will help. Avoid reading the visual unless you wish to emphasize the point explicitly, the audience can read, too!

The visual should support what you are saying either for emphasis or with data to prove the verbal point. Finally, do not overload the visual. Make the points few and clear. There is nothing more effective than listening to, or listening to and viewing, a presentation you have made. Violations of the other rules will become obvious.

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Seeing what is wrong is easy, correcting it the next time around is not. You will likely need to break bad habits that lead to the violation of the other rules.

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Work hard on breaking bad habits; it is important. People love to be acknowledged for their contributions. Having many gratuitous acknowledgements degrades the people who actually contributed. If you defy Rule 7, then you will not be able to acknowledge people and organizations appropriately, as you will run out of time.

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It is often appropriate to acknowledge people at the beginning or at the point of their contribution so that their contributions are very clear. As a final word of caution, we have found that even in following the Ten Simple Rules or perhaps thinking we are following them , the outcome of a presentation is not always guaranteed. Audience—presenter dynamics are hard to predict even though the metric of depth and intensity of questions and off-line followup provide excellent indicators. Sometimes you are sure a presentation will go well, and afterward you feel it did not go well.

Other times you dread what the audience will think, and you come away pleased as punch.