Imagine you have been asked to make FOUR presentations on "Effective Presentation Skills" for FOUR very different audiences. What would be your presentation objective for each group?
Write a 1-sentence objective statement (also known as "purpose statement") for each of the following audiences (refer to page 15 of the Munter and Russell text for sample objective statements) for a total of FOUR statements. Each statement will follow a pattern: "As a result of my presentation an audience of . . . (name the audience) will . . . (state your specific purpose for this audience and your intent clearly and concisely)."
An audience of CEOs
An audience of management-level corporate employees
An audience of volunteers between the ages of 50-60
An audience of technology employees under the age of 30
In paragraph form, discuss the following:
HOW did you decide to alter or change your presentation objective to meet the specific information needs of each audience? WHY?
HOW would you suggest your classmates improve or change their objective statements? WHY?
As a result of my presentation an audience of CEOs will understand what they should be focusing on in a presentation to make accurate decisions.
As a result of my presentation an audience of management level corporate employees will see what they should focus on to make sure people understand the important aspects of the presentation material.
As a result of my presentation an audience of volunteers between the ages of 50-60 will understand what they should look for in the presentation material.
As a result of my presentation an audience of technology employees under the age of 30 will understand what a presentation can and should do for them in explaining to non technology people their goals and ...
A discussion on the objectives of a presentation for four different groups, CEOs, corporate managers, technology, and volunteers.