One day, you may be required to deliver a presentation as part
of a team. It is important for the team to give a balanced and
coherent presentation; that is, the parts should be clear and
impactful on their own, and yet fit together as a ‘seamless’
whole. To achieve this, you will need to work with one another
to adapt the techniques of delivering individual presentations.
- The team presentation should have a clear
beginning, middle, and end.
- The team member introducing the presentation
provides an overview of each person’s topic.
- The one concluding the presentation provides a
summary of all topics presented.
- Each presentation has a clear beginning, middle
and end. It will be helpful for the audience if
they can associate a main idea with each speaker.
- Speakers should balance their time so that one
person does not dominate the presentation.
- To avoid distraction, whoever is speaking should
stand two feet in front of the others, or be the
only one standing.
- When using computers or other audio-visual aids,
team members may assist the speaker by
operating the equipment or changing the