Find the attachment for improvement of communication. Best Wishes! P.K.Jha
From India, Bhubaneswar

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Hi there , You could make this ppt more interactive by adding less text and more pictures and settign some real life examples . :) best of luck
From India, Mumbai
First of all, i have to appreciate ur interest and efforts that, you have put across to share the content that you have created.
I have to agree, that i have learnt few from your ppt and i was able to recall the other points, which i have learnt during my training period. It was a pure refreshment for my memory.

Lets assume there are 2 coffee mugs filled with coffee, which contains best aroma and taste as it should be. One of those coffee mugs found to be unpleasant or not attractive.

A person who requires a good coffee, will not bother abt their coffee mug they will be looking forward to taste that coffee. Coffee is going to taste the same whether its been poured into attractive or unattractive coffee mug.

Content is very important, because this might bring a drastic change in someone's thought r views r ideas. People who has the fire to learn something new everyday will look for the content.

However the percentage of people who look for content is less when compared with the people who look for presentation. Since our aim is to reach all the people, we have cto concentrate on both(content + presentation).

Its same for the coffee and coffee mug. If a person who runs a coffee shop wants all the customers to drink their shop's coffee. All they have to do, is to fullfil and satisfy the needs of all different customers.

Ur ppt is informative, helpfull and they are facts. So, it has met the expectation, since ur aware that there other percentage of people, we can show some creativity and perfection while presenting them. Its always good to score exceeding expectation.

I can understand that, i have prolonged my view to mention that we have to concentrate on presentation as well. This is how, i respond and give feedback to anyone. Thanks for reading it, dont forget to post ur another informative ppt or topic. Its always good to share knowledge with others,

Asha M.

From India, Madras
Dear Mr.Jha.. Appreciate your good intentions as well as important points brought out in the presentation..will look forward to more.. Regards, rajendra.p
From India, Mumbai
I really like your posting. But the thing is that i need to improve my communication / writing skill as i am working as Sr. TeamLeader but still i am lacking on this.
Can you please give me some alternative suggestion to improve my communication as well as writing skill. ( my id is ) 9590607760

From India, Bangalore
dear P.K.Jha,

I hope you don't mind some very direct views on your presentation but I believe you posted it here to hear if you are on the correct path.

Personally, this presentation has much to do if you are going to be using it to train others.

Basic formatting -

1. You need to see the presentation from the student's / viewer's point of view. example: don't insert a picture then try to expand it too much. this makes the pixels too big and what you get is a blurred picture. go to microsoft's website and you can get thousands of very nice clear pictures for your presentation.

2. standardize all your fonts even if they are in separate slides. use the same font unless you want to EMPHASIZE something. Then you can use colors and highlights to make an impression. Normal fonts to use are Arial and Tahoma but there are others that you can use too. Size matters - don't use too big or too small fonts. size 20 -24 is best.

3. Use the "line spacing" feature to format your points. this gives the viewer proper 'breathing' space between comments/points. take your slide 3 for instance. the paragraphs are too close together. maybe if you space them to 0.5 after each paragraph then your viewer will find it easy on the eye.

From Malaysia, Shah Alam
enough about formatting.

next is the content.

1. Check your title. your presentation is titled Essential Business Etiquette but your slides show it as Essential Professional Etiquette. which is it?

2. Flow - the presentation lacked a 'flow'. points should play out like a movie. the presentation should start with an introduction ie: explanation of what you mean by 'Professional' or 'Etiquette'. Even better if you can insert examples in pictures or a very short story about good or lack of etiquette. Example: opening doors for women. being on time for meetings...etc.

3. Make a story board first before putting your thoughts down onto slides. make sure you have all the topics you want to cover. then later fill in each topic with the points you have researched.

4. Do more research before preparing such a presentation. There are many sites and books that describe business etiquette. Don't just put something down in the slides which is just your opinion. Choose your words carefully and clearly. make sure you have actually covered points that ARE about business etiquette. AND you owe your viewers to give them the 'whole' story and not just a small part. What I mean is that there is more to business etiquette than the few points you have shown.

Hope this helps. Making presentations is great fun if you get it right. another tip is to learn to use the function/buttons available to you in powerpoint such as animation and design to make your presentation impactful. good luck at your next try.

From Malaysia, Shah Alam
Dear Jha
A very well thought-out and presented. The trio,ie., the customer, the boss and peers are well connected. But the fourth element in the team is Government. Consider the Government and of course the investors of the company. I agree with the example of good coffee in bad cup and bad coffee in a good cup. A person likes both. If you are ace in one aspect try to get the second one. Ms. Asha b.s. has to be congratulated for her comment which is like a good coffee in a good cup. Rgds. GSS

From India, Hyderabad
Thanks for sharing the Busisness Etiqutte. Can you give some more advice or points on the same subject please. Waiting for your next presentation. Regards, Nandini
From India, Mumbai
Dear All,
I think that I am lacking of writing skills for Business communication through really hindering my performance in the organization.So can any body suggest how can I improve my writing skills and any let me know if any book is available for improving writing skills.

From India, Bangalore

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