Convey a Team Image
- To help the audience see the relationship
between parts of the presentation, each speaker
must show how his/her information relates to
what came before and what follows. One way to
do this is by referring to what a previous speaker
said or what a following speaker will say.
- In general, questions should be held until the end
of the teamís presentation; however, depending
on the topic and the audience, each speaker
might devote several minutes to questions
immediately following his/her talk.
- Team members should design visual aids that are
consistent in style (text and graphics).
- Presenters may also dress in coordinated attire to
convey a team image.
Coming together is a beginning;
keeping together is progress;
working together is success.
- Henry Ford