Podcast Episode #4
Speaking in front of an audience is pretty nerve-wracking for most people, and that’s even before you consider making an awesome presentation that delivers your message. Fortunately, there is an easier way, follow Andrew Griffiths’ 10-step process to help you deliver winning presentations.
Andrew Griffiths is known for being a bestselling author and a global presenter. Where he is today is the end result of a lot of hard work, taking more than his fair share of risks, falling over often but always getting back up, dusting himself off, learning his lesson and keeping on going.
Over many years, he’s learned that there are three important keys to success – resilience, belief, and determination. Master these and everything changes.
He has had the great pleasure of working with many leading organisations around the world. He has delivered inspirational keynote presentations, developed workshops, coached key people and delivered long-term training programmes. He looks forward to working with many more dynamic organisations in the years ahead.
He loves working with the media and over the past 15 years, he has had the fortune to appear in all kinds of media. This covers everything from being interviewed about his books on television shows to radio interviews and regular radio appearances, to all kinds of print media and of course now in the online space.
He is regularly asked to provide expert opinions on small business and is able to speak with authority on entrepreneurialism, overcoming adversity, personal development, book publishing and presenting, whether through interviews or as a contributor to stories, articles or programs.
10 Steps To Developing A Winning Business Presentation
Step 1: Do your research.
Step 2: Do your planning based on research.
Step 3: Determine the appropriate mood.
Step 4: Structure your presentation.
Step 5: Get your visuals right.
Step 6: Rehearse your presentation many times.
Step 7: Refine your presentation based on your rehearsal.
Step 8: Prepare for the stage.
Step 9: Presenting and engaging the audience.
Stage 10: Review and improve.