If you’re looking for a checklist in preparation for a presentation, you have come to the right place!
Equipment to take:
Do I have adapters? (e.g. cables to connect a computer to the monitor)
Do I have chargers, power supplies?
Do I have a charged computer?
Do I have the necessary equipment packed: computer, mouse, speakers, projector (if it is not in the room)
Do I have an extension cord?
Do I have a desktop cleared of personal files?
Do I have a neutral wallpaper set?
Do I have a flipchart and cards?
Do I have whiteboard erasers?
Do I have a clicker (remote control for changing slides from a distance)?
Do I have presentation slides printed?
Do I have a survey for participants?
Do I have materials to give away to participants?
Do I have other help, e.g. sticky notes, cue cards?
Do I have a presentation saved on the cloud or on email?
Do I have a presentation on a pendrive?
Is the presentation visible and legible from the audience’s level?
Do I have everything I need in the room?
Is there a sound system?
Did I check if the projector, microphone and speakers are working?
Are there enough chairs?
Is the room ventilated?
Are the cables securely stowed on the floor?
Is the room at the right temperature?
Do I have water / coffee / food with me?
Do I have a comfortable outfit suitable for the occasion?
Do I have an outfit for change?
Did I make sure to get enough sleep?
As you can see, being a trainer or a speaker often involves being in different roles. You can find tips on how to create a presentation here. There are many different aspects to take into consideration. In the heat of battle details can simply escape us, so it’s worth having a checklist with you, which can be downloaded here:
Hello. Welcome to my blog. I work as a public speaking trainer, mentor and head os speakers for TEDx Warsaw and I am certified coach at PCC level. I also help, among others, lawyers, vocalists, actors, lecturers and business people in preparation for their speeches in front of hundreds of people in the audience, as well as in conducting small meetings or presentations.
My professional path has led me through many years of music education, but also SGH and psychological studies. As the only Polish woman I performed in the Cuban musical “Conoce mi Cuba”. For many years I worked on controlling the stage fright that kept me awake at night. I have always wondered how to manage the internal critic, not to worry about the opinion of others, and how to build a real sense of confidence on stage. Now I know the answer. Recently, I have given countless interviews, which made me aware of the importance of confidence in front of the camera.