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How to Make the Key Points of Your Presentation Memorable

You’ve gone to a lot of trouble to prepare and deliver your presentation. And your audience has given up a big chunk of time to listen to you. Surely, you want them to remember the important parts of what you tell them! How can you make the key points of your presentation memorable?

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πŸ”Ž See below for details

PRESENTATION SKILLS
This video is part of course module 2.2.1
Program 2: Manager as Communicator
Course 2: Presentation Skills
Section 1: Preparation

Other videos in this section include:
🎬 Define Your Presentation: Defusing the B.O.M.B. https://youtu.be/-MHhwQxE3yg
🎬 How to Craft a Compelling, Persuasive, and Powerful Presentation https://youtu.be/AKtI5QgLFX0
🎬 How to Craft a Compelling Presentation Structure https://youtu.be/cwdhUk2IZPQ
🎬 Five Simple Structures for a Compelling Presentation https://youtu.be/fqTA6Kybw0E
🎬 Opening Your Presentation: How to Hook your Audience https://youtu.be/oIIsJZWd1QU
🎬 Closing: How to Finish Your Presentation with Real Impact https://youtu.be/7UCMi5JYSuM
🎬 How to Create Excellent Visual Aids for Your Presentation https://youtu.be/jP2Q5Kdq_Ww
🎬 Preparation is Key: How to Review and Rehearse Your Presentation https://youtu.be/_9bOgcBNaeU

LESSON NOTES
George Miller: Magic Number 7+/- 2
Normal range: 5 – 9

The COMB Principle: Prepare the Filing System
People remember best when they know what to expect. That way, they can lay out the right folders and open the right draws in their mind. Tell them:
β€’ The Context
β€’ Your Objectives:
β€’ The Map
β€’ The Benefits

Five Ways for People to Remember parts of your Presentation
1. Primacy
2. Recency
3. Frequency
4. Novelty
5. Emotion

RECOMMENDED EXERCISE
Next time you create a presentation, put in the work during preparation, to make it memorable:
1. What are the five most important points? (2 MC CPD Points)
2. How will you set out your COMB? (2 MC CPD Points)
3. How will you use each of: primacy, recency, frequency, novelty, and emotion? (5 MC CPD Points)

DOWNLOADS
Free Resources
🧰 CPD Tools – https://gum.co/MC-CPD
Paid resources
🧳 Management Courses Onboarding Kit – https://gum.co/MC-ObK ($3)

RECOMMENDED READING
My top recommendation is my own book:
πŸ“– How to Speak so people Listen – https://geni.us/HSPL
Other Recommendations:
πŸ“– The Presentation Book – https://geni.us/6sqr
πŸ“– Presentation Zen – https://geni.us/mrvmeh
πŸ“– The Pyramid Principle – https://geni.us/9cbjvBs
πŸ“– The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs – https://geni.us/KJpG

⭕️ Links to our book recommendations are affiliated through Amazon and help support our free videos

Managers Need a Basic set of kit to do your job well. Here are my top recommendations: https://kit.co/MikeClayton/manager-s-work-kit (the links are affiliated)

BUT…
I have also created a Presenter’s Kit to accompany this course:
https://kit.co/MikeClayton/presenter-s-kit (the links are affiliated)

MANAGEMENT COURSES CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD) POINTS
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Each video has two levels of MC CPD points. For this video:
– If you simply watched the video, record 2 MC CPD points
– If you also carried out all of the recommended exercises, score a total of 11 MC CPD points

CHAPTER MARKERS
00:00 – You do want people to remember what you say, don’t you?
00:25 – George Miller’s Magic Number
01:40 – How can you structure and build a presentation to make it memorable?
02:25 – The C.O.M.B. priming method
04:07 – The Five Memory Hooks
04:23 – First memory hook: Primacy
04:47 – Second memory hook: Recency
05:13 – Third memory hook: Frequency
05:42 – Fourth memory hook: Novelty
06:13 – Fifth memory hook: Emotion
06:50 – Combining the memory hooks

#ManagementCourses #PresentationSkills #Memorable

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How to Control Your Nerves Before and During Your Presentation
Preparation is Key: How to Review and Rehearse Your Presentation
How to Create Excellent Visual Aids for Your Presentation
Closing: How to Finish Your Presentation and Close with Real Impact
Open Your Presentation: How to Hook your Audience with a Great Start
Five Simple Presentation Structures for a Compelling Presentation
How to Craft a Compelling Presentation Structure
How to Craft a Compelling, Persuasive, and Powerful Presentation
How to Define Your Presentation: Defusing the B.O.M.B.
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Mike Clayton

About Mike Clayton 

Dr Mike Clayton is a (former) Project Manager and now a management educator. Having trained thousands of people at live workshops, seminars, and conferences, he now delivers training mainly via video. He has 14 books with international publishers and runs two successful YouTube channels. He is also the founder of OnlinePMCourses.com

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