Maintain the Presentation Tips

  1. Ask questions every  5-10 minutes!
    1. Call on one person by name.
    2. Don’t ask the group in general
    3. When you start with one person for a question, stay with that person.  Give them feedback. 
    4. If the person you are questioning can’t answer, have them ask a classmate, not you. Make it a game!
    5. Be clear when you want everyone to follow along or participate in answering questions.

 

  1. It is easy to confuse learners with “nice to know versus need to know”.
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    TTT Session with Leading Bankers on PRISM Philosophy
    1. There is a lot of information, but lecturing on every nice to know won’t help anyone remember it.   
    2. Participants have the capacity to store everything they experience (see, read or hear).  The real issue is whether they can access the information when they need it (recall).
    3. Stick to the key points.
  2. If “nice to know” comes up, or a topic not yet covered, add it to the flip chart. Cover it at the end, or when you are on that topic.
  3. Answer questions only on topics already covered or on key points.
  4. Translate what you are presenting to its value in a daily job. Be the learner and present “What do I have to know to get it done?” Provide context and realistic examples.
  5. Make sure the entire class is following along by walking around
    1. Slow down. Check that everyone is in the right place.
    2. If someone is not, have a teammate help them
    3. Be attentive to facial expressions. If you see looks of confusion: 
      1. Ask everyone to come up with a question to ask about the subject.
      2. Have someone else answer it. If no one knows, you answer.
      3. Have someone else do a teach-back. If they don’t think they can, have them ask a question.
      4. If you see inattentiveness and yawning:
  1. Have everyone stand up and stretch.
  2. Do one of the review activities
  3. Have participants write in a notebook. Say “Write this down” when you want them to remember a best practice.  Writing helps recall.

Creating emotion helps memory. Use stories. Set up real simulations.

Repetition is the key to learning.  Let participant’s do the task many different ways

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15 thoughts on “Maintain the Presentation Tips

  1. Hemant Varshney

    Anubha has imparted contents in a very effective manner. Methodology used was commendable And 100% practical approach.

    Like

  2. Dr.Sachin Bhardwaj

    No doubt the contents and approach to absolute quality training is remarkable
    All the points are comprehensive and critical which helps a lot to make u r audience more enhanced learner

    Regards
    Dr.Sachin Bhardwaj

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  3. Shitiz Gupta

    Some very practical points noted from the above blog. I think training sessions I took in the past would have been more productive if I had used these tips.

    Liked by 1 person

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