Rule The Room: A Unique, Practical and Comprehensive Guide to Making a Successful Presentation by Jason TeteakRule The Room: A Unique, Practical and Comprehensive Guide to Making a Successful Presentation by Jason Teteak

Rule The Room: A Unique, Practical and Comprehensive Guide to Making a Successful Presentation

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Paperback | January 1, 2014

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Persuade, motivate, teach, or inspire any audience…

Author Jason Teteak gives you fifty immediately actionable techniques that apply to beginners as well as seasoned presenters and cover all areas from content creation to delivery skills to audience management.

Rule the Roomcan help you solve every presentation challenge with practical, step-by-step guidance—not theoretical fluff—on sixteen essential topics. Among them:

• Overcome your fear
• Finish on time every time
• Customize your presentation
• Make the audience laugh
• Answer any question

Among the unique tools Jason offers to presenters:

• The circle of knowledge, an exercise that will guarantee you’re telling your audience exactly what they want to know
• Agree and see if you’re right, a never-fail technique to repeatedly engage and re-engage your listeners
• The blueprint, a tool to make sure you’ll deliver a flawless presentation without relying on a script
• Presentation personality style assessment, an analysis to help you know exactly how to entertain your audience by being yourself
• Learning style analysis, insights that you can use to get your message across to every type of learner in the room

Rule the Roomwill teach you how to create and deliver a presentation that can change people’s behavior!

About The Author

Jason Teteak is the visionary founder and CEO of the premier presentation consulting firm Rule The Room, LLC. In twenty years of working as a presenter and coach, he has trained over fifteen thousand professionals to “Rule the Room” and has appeared before more than one hundred thousand people. He has won praise and a wide following fo...

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Title:Rule The Room: A Unique, Practical and Comprehensive Guide to Making a Successful PresentationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:215 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.4 inPublished:January 1, 2014Publisher:Morgan James PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1614486131

ISBN - 13:9781614486138

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful book! As a professional trainer, I thought this book was ripe with ideas, for various situations, to get your participants talking. I have successfully utilized the techniques described in workshops and meetings. A must read for any trainer and facilitator!
Date published: 2017-06-15

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Too many presentations are disappointing. The audience members’ expectations aren’t met, nor do they take anything away.If you adopt my techniques in putting together your presentation, you will present it comfortably and your audience will comprehend it entirely. This is a secret to making your presentation amazing.Most presenters believe that getting people to learn is simply a matter of passing along information that they can parrot back. The Rule the Room concept is dramatically different.I believe that when you have taught something successfully, you will achieve a change in behavior. If you have made your points to the people in your audience and convinced them of your message, they will take action as a result. Once you adopt this mind-changing perspective, you will reexamine every aspect of your presentation, from creating it to marketing it.In the first chapter, I helped you identify the takeaways you will offer the audience, explain why they will be of value, and deliver the hooks that suggest how you will help your listeners master them. To create the actual presentation, your challenge is to use your expertise to do what you have promised in an exciting and comprehensive way.

Table of Contents

Introduction
How to Use This Book

Part One
Content Creation

Chapter One: Prepare an Irresistible Menu
Be certain your audience will crave everything you have to say

Chapter Two: Create Your Core Content
Make it easy for you to deliver and for your audience to follow

Chapter Three: Map Out Your Message
Coordinate what you say and what your audience sees

Chapter Four: Add Power to Your PowerPoint
Make your visuals clearer and more memorable

Part Two
Delivery Skills

Chapter Five: Start with a Killer Opener
Captivate your audience within the first five minutes

Chapter Six: Command with Your Body
Use your face and your body language with dynamic effect

Chapter Seven: Convince with Your Voice
Persuade your audience with the words you choose and the way you sound

Chapter Eight: Overcome Your Presentation Fears
Stay calm and in control in front of every audience

Chapter Nine: Appear Confident and Credible
Show audience members they can trust what you say

Part Three
Audience Management

Chapter Ten: Keep the Audience Captivated
Engage your listeners so their minds never wander

Chapter Eleven: Make Your Presentation Enjoyable
Entertain and amuse your audience in a style that’s true to you

Chapter Twelve: Tailor Your Approach
Make all listeners feel your message is meant just for them

Chapter Thirteen: Stay on Schedule
Deliver a presentation that ends on time, every time

Chapter Fourteen: Answer Any Question
Elicit questions and provide answers even when you have none

Chapter Fifteen: Minimize Distractions
Remain in charge no matter what’s happening

Chapter Sixteen: Close to Applause
Move your audience to respond with enthusiasm

Editorial Reviews

“Jason’s tips have revolutionized my presentations at large conferences and internally.” -Justin Beck, CEO, PerBlue “Jason’s techniques have improved my ability to face confrontation with confidence and encourage brainstorming among my sales force.” -Stephen Eisenberg, president of Kenwal Steel “I figured Jason Teteak might have a few new tricks—but not much that I hadn’t heard before. I was wrong.” -Phillip Deloria, professor and associate dean, University of Michigan “Wow. Just before I heard Jason speak, I had just finished a PowerPoint. Now I want to redo it! Best … Class … Ever!” -Craig Joseph, MD, chief medical information officer, Agnesian Healthcare