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Chapter 9. Flipcharts > Delivery Techniques

Delivery Techniques

  1. Stand to the side of the flipchart as you speak; make sure you don’t block your audience’s view.

  2. If you must face the flipchart and talk at the same time, double the volume of your voice. It has to project off the flipchart and back to your audience.

  3. Use symbols and abbreviations. Keep all of your wording as simple as possible.

  4. Get help from the audience. When you’re facilitating a meeting and using a flipchart, you can get others to tape the last sheet on the wall while you’re putting a headline on the next one.

  5. You can come across as a real artist in a presentation if you lightly pencil in a diagram or picture before your presentation, then trace it with a marker during your presentation.

  6. If there’s one particular page you’ll be referring to a lot during your presentation, put a masking tape tab on it so you can flip to it quickly.

  7. If you want it to appear that you’re producing a written sheet spontaneously: lightly pencil in the upper corner the main points you will discuss. Make a small mark with your marker so you don’t accidently write anything else on that sheet during your presentation. Using your pencil notes, write down your main points and expand on each.


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