Speaking Tips Practice, Practice, Practice and deliver your
Speaking Tips Practice, Practice, Practice and deliver your presentation with power, poise and elegance. Engage and inspire your audience, give them something to talk about when they leave. Storytelling captivates your audience and will help them remember the value you are providing. Think Positive and dont let your nerves manipulate your mind. Important Information Download the RIMS Mobile App https://
www.rims.org/RIMS2019/Pages/Mobile-App.aspx WiFi Password: Release at a later date Education Program is by day and time Complete session evaluation in the mobile app/session attended, and by clicking on rate in the session details Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/RIMSorg) Twitter (use @RIMSorg or #RIMS2019) Instagram (use @RIMSorg or #RIMS2019) RIMS to design walk-in slides
SESSION TITLE (Arial 28pt Bold) (it is imperative you use the copy edited title in the Speaker Service Center www.RIMS.org/SSC) Speakers: (Arial 18pt Bold) First Name Last Name, Title, Company First Name Last Name, Title Company (Arial 15pt, not bold) (Arial 15pt, not bold)
Learning Objectives (Arial 44pt bold) At the end of this session, you will: (list key learning objectives and takeaways that attendees will learn) Learning Objective 1 (Arial 20pt, bold) Sub bullet point (Ariel 16pt, not bold)
Learning Objective 2 (Arial 20pt, bold) Sub bullet point (Ariel 16pt, not bold) Learning Objective 3 (Arial 20pt, bold) Sub bullet point (Arial 16pt, not bold)
Action Required! Your presentation and handouts are due Friday, April 12 All PowerPoints MUST be on the RIMS template Download the RIMS PowerPoint Template www.RIMS.org/2019Speakers Upload your completed PowerPoint to Freeman Site Link and instructions will be provided at a later date Speaker Center is located in room 151AB Boston Convention and Exhibition Center All speakers MUST report to this room to pick up name badges and review presentations with the audio-visual technician at least 4 hours before the session begins.
Header & Reminders (Arial 44pt bold) Main Bullet points (Arial 20pt, bold) Sub bullet point (Arial 16pt, not bold) Do not clutter your slide (Arial 20pt, bold)
Less is more (Arial 16pt, not bold) Graphs and video clips are encouraged (Arial 20pt, bold) The meeting room will have Wi-Fi (Arial 16pt, not bold) No sales pitches (Arial 20pt, bold)
If your session is reported to management as selling your service or company, you will prohibited from speaking at a future RIMS event (Ariel 16pt, not bold) Header & Reminders Main Bullet points (Arial 20pt, bold) .
Sub bullet point (Arial 16pt, not bold) (Arial 44pt bold) Reminder Complete Evaluation Rating in the RIMS Mobile App. Find the session and click on Rate. Your feedback is very important to determine the success and help make improvements. Enjoy your next session. Speaker Contact Information
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