gntroduce your solution. How will you solve the problem that your audience is ready to address? This is the main part of your presentation. It will vary significantly, depending on your purpose.
Discuss the facts.
Elaborate and give details to make sure the audience understands your position and solution. Clearly state what you want the audience to do or believe.
Summarize your information from time to time as you speak.
Use examples, testimonials, and statistics to prove the effectiveness of your solution. Prepare counterarguments to anticipated objections.
SatisfactionEveryone needs to be responsible and accountable for everyone else's safety. BackgroundHabits form over time. They are passed on from worker to worker until the culture accepts looser safety standards. FactsIntroduce more statistics on workplace accidents relevant to your organization. Position StatementWhen workers are responsible and accountable for one another, safety compliance increases. ExamplesPresent one or more case studies.
CounterargumentsSafer workplaces are more productive, even in the short term – so workers aren't more efficient when they don't take the time to follow safety rules. Step Four: Visualize the Future
Describe what the situation will look like i
escribe what the situation will look like if the audience does nothing. The more realistic and detailed the vision, the better it will create the desire to do what you recommend. Your goal is to motivate the audience to agree with you and adopt similar behaviors, attitudes, and beliefs. Help them see what the results could be if they act the way you want them to. Make sure your vision is believable and realistic.
You can use three methods to help the audience share your vision:
Positive method – Describe what the situation will look like if your ideas are adopted. Emphasize the positive aspects. Negative method – Describe what the situation will look like...