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Presentation Skills

DEOMI (test 1)

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Identify the (4) different types of formal briefs Informational, Advocacy/Decision, Staff, Mission
What's an info brief? Puts out data, info, plans, systems, statistics, may have conclusions/reccomendations
What's an Advocacy brief? SEll idea/policy/product/change of ops.
What's a Decision brief? LIke advocacy, except you ask for a decision to be made at the end.
What's a staff brief? Rapidly disseminate info, aid decision making, secure a united/coordinated effort. MOst widely used/most flexible, keeps folks abreast of info/clears things up
What's a mission brief? Imparts info, elaborates order, gives specific info (to avoid confusion, uses maps/graphics). Format varies from cmd to cmd-get guidance!
What's the format used to prepare/present a formal brief? Intro (opener, purpose, overview), Body (organized w/ support data) and Conclusion (questions, summary, conclusion)
Types of support material used to conduct a formal brief: Read a heads, point/talking/position paper, visual aids
What are some briefing considerations used during formal briefs? Tips (a-j {10 items}), Presentation & Delivery Skills (eye contact, voice quality {pitch/value/rate), speech {word choice, short sentences & pauses}, movement/gestures), Final Prep
Created by: tmjust4u