Definition of STTIP (Setting, Time, Tools, Ingredients, Practice).
First P: Preparation.
Before you start, consider STTIP.
- Informal or formal?
- Who are you talking to?
- Where are you?
Time: How much time do you have?
- To prepare
- To talk
- To answer questions
Tools: What do you use for the presentation?
- Video meeting software
- Audio only
Ingredients: What ingredients will you put on de presentation?
- Your style
- Rhetorical Questions
Practice: How will you practice?
- With a Partner
- With a Coach
Tips for formal presentation
• Slide Design (for your audience)
Make informative and clear slides.
• How to make an outline (For you)
Record the main points.
Tips for informal presentation: small talk
It is a little bit flexible.
• Introduce yourself
• Ask questions AND listen
• Share details about yourself
• Do all the talking
• Ask questions WITHOUT listening
• Share TOO much
Avoid religion and politics.
When do you correctly, small talk can?
• Be fun
• Help you make new connections
• Learn more about other cultures.
How to practice
3 Way to practice.
- Alone. Record yourself.
o Take notes.
- With a partner
o Partners give you suggestions.
o You can learn from their style.
- With a coach
o Faster progress
o Learn new techniques.