A Simple & Effective Way To End A Presentation

A Simple & Effective Way To End A Presentation

October 21, 2019 76 By Stanley Isaacs


Hi, it’s Carl Kwan.
Recently, I’ve taught you quite a few things about starting your presentations, which is
something you should definitely be good at because you want to open your presentation
on the right foot. So let’s say you’re now a master at beginning
a presentation and you’ve done a good job getting through presenting your main content.
The next thing you need to get good at is ending your presentation…
Maybe I should’ve said the last thing you need to get good at.
Anyway, that’s what I’m going to show you… A really simple and effective way to end your
presentation. Ending your presentation doesn’t have to be
difficult, but it’s an important step in your presentation’s progression.
The ending should somehow connect the beginning and your main content.
The reason why you have to do this is to remind the audience what they’ve heard and to make
sure you have a nice beginning, middle, and end… just like any good story.
So here’s what you can say… And that is (Your subject)
What I talked about was (Summarize your key points)
The first thing I want you to do when you leave here today is (Call to action)
Thank you. Are there any questions? The third part of that, the call-to-action,
is very important and shouldn’t be left out. The reason is because people need you to give
them direction, or guidance, or some way to make what you said a reality.
So here’s an example… And that is cross-cultural awareness
What I talked about was the importance and influence of culture, my own cross-cultural
experiences, and I gave you a cross-cultural awareness framework.
The first thing I want you to do when you leave here today is to implement the first
step in the framework and write down your motivation for improving your own cross-cultural
awareness. Thank you.
Are there any questions? There you go… A really simple and effective
way to end your presentation. So, go ahead and use this in your next presentation
and you’ll be sure to leave a good, final impression on your audience.
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