YOU WILL JUST CREATE THE POWERPOINT…I will complete the video portion
Assignment 3: Presentation Design and Delivery Due Week 9, Sunday (Weight: 25%)
“The art of communication is the language of leadership.” James Humes
For this assignment, you will apply the practices of planning, creating, and delivering an impactful professional presentation. Identify an important presentation coming up at work in your near future. If you don’t have one on the horizon, choose a worthy topic for your role, business, or industry. This could be a presentation at a conference, or to your board, your management team, your own team, or a few key decision-makers in your organization.
Prepare a PowerPoint presentation slide deck of 20 slides or less. Apply slide design best practices: use minimal text, include images and/or charts, and format slides professionally.
1. Deliver a 6-8 minute presentation, using Zoom. The video must include you and your slides. (See your Blackboard course for instructions on using Zoom.)
2. Your presentation will be assessed using the below criteria:
a. Objectives are clear.
b. An impactful opening statement is used to engage the audience, set context, and/or create relevant meaning for the audience.
c. Delivery exhibits strong, professional stage presence, confident body posture, authenticity, appropriate tone, demonstration of passionate purpose, and connection to audience (feels more like a conversation than aspeech).
d. Communication is clear, targeted, succinct, and utilizes the beginning and end effectively.
e. Presenter is the focus. Slides serve only as visual aids to support the objective.
f. Presenter is professional in look (appropriate business attire, distance to computer, angle, and setting with neutral, non-distracting surroundings).
Professional Formatting Requirements:
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Assignment 3: Rubric
Assignment 3: Presentation Design and Delivery
1. Slide deck follows design best practices, supports the student’s presentation.
The slide deck does not follow design best practices and does not support the student’s presentation.
The slide deck follows some but not all of the design best practices and provides limited support for the student’s presentation.
The slide deck satisfactorily follows most of the design best practices, and it provides good support for the student’s presentation.
The slide deck completely follows the design best practices, and it provides strong, targeted support for the student’s presentation.
The slide deck excellently follows the design best practices, and it provides exemplary support for the student’s presentation.
2. Delivers an engaging, clear, and professional presentation that meets the assessment criteria.
Does not or meet the criteria.
Does not include clear objectives or an engaging opening statement; student fails to communicate clearly and does not have a professional presence.
Partially meets the criteria. Includes some but not all of these: clear objectives, an engaging opening statement, clear communication, and a professional presence.
Satisfactorily meets the criteria. Includes most of these: clear objectives, an engaging opening statement, clear communication, and an adequate professional presence.
Completely meets the criteria.
Presentation has clear objectives and an engaging opening statement.
Student communicates clearly and has a strong professional presence.
Exemplarily meets the criteria.
Presentation has clear objectives and an excellent opening statement.
Student communicates clearly and has an excellent professional presence.
3. The video has a professional look and feel. It adheres to the
6-8 minute timeframe.
The video does not have a professional look and feel. It is over the 8 minute time
limit by more than 2 minutes.
The video has a partially professional look and feel. It is over the 8 minute time limit, but by no more than 2 minutes.
The video has a satisfactorily professional look and feel. It may be over the 8 minute time limit, but by no more than 1 minute.
The video has a good, strong professional look and feel. It may be over the 8 minute time limit, but by no more than 30 seconds.
The video has an extremely professional look and feel.
It also adheres to the 6-8 minute time limit.