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    Topic A: Please discuss the following:

    What are the challenges that you personally face in presentations?
    What are some successes that you have had in making presentations?
    What are the ingredients for a successful presentation?

    Topic B: Can a presenter really change his/her image from presentation to presentation? If so, how? Is it ethical? Try to think of an example in which this might happen or has happened. What are/were the results?

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    Some of the common challenges faced in presentations are capturing the attention and interest of audience, maintaining high level of interaction with the audience during the presentation, making perfect choice with respect to audio-visual aids, presentation templates in case of powerpoint, etc, choice of images and content, etc. order to appeal the audience in a most efficient manner. Few other challenges are choice regarding the appropriate length of presentation, manner of conveying the presentation (audio/visual/ projector/ powerpoint etc.) and making the presentation more exciting and less boring.

    Examples of success I had in making presentation was overcoming the obove mentioned challenges such as perfect delivery of subject matter in the most comprehensive way and capturing the interest and curiousity of the audience which was reflected in the question and answer round of the presentation. Another examples of success is satisfaction of the audience with respect to answers on their queries, as reflected in the feedback received from them. Successful closure of business deal is also an example of success due to ...

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    Challenges faced during presentations.