Introduction: 3; The anatomy of a good presentation: 9; Setting objectives for your presentation: 17; Creating your content: 23; Why structuring your content is vital: 27; Open with a bang, not a whimper: 29; Structuring that tricky bit in the middle: 37; Close on a high note: 49; Using slides during your presentation: 53; Embracing a world without slides: 71; Presenting figures, numbers and data: 81; Getting ready to present: 89; Presenting like a professional: 101; Putting it all into practice: 109; Appendix 1 Don't just take my word for it: 111; Appendix 2 Resources for becoming a better presenter: 115; About the author: 119
Steve Bustin is an award-winning keynote speaker, executive speech coach, presentation skills trainer and business communications consultant. As a speaker, Steve delivers keynote speeches and breakout sessions on a range of communication and media topics including: presenting, PR and the media, social media and engaging communications. He speaks regularly at business conferences, mastermind groups and networking events in the UK and internationally.
"Steve's advice is easy to follow, simple to apply, and invaluable in terms of great communication. This book will benefit anyone who ever has to speak in public, which these days is just about everyone." - Alan Stevens, FPSA, PSAE, past president of the Global Speakers Federation and co-author of The Exceptional Speaker