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Slide 1: How to Get your Ideas Approved
Slide 2: Introduction • When you have an idea that you believe in, it's easy to presume that everyone will approve it. • However, whether an audience accepts or not your idea is a black box and requires specific skills to convince such group.
Slide 3: Getting Approval • When it comes to getting approval, style can be as important as substance and in most cases "Words matter“ and initial impressions are very strong and they can be hard to counteract. • And many times, all you get is one chance in front of your boss or any group that will decide your idea's fate.
Slide 4: Test your Idea First • Before you present an idea or request resources or approval, it's a good idea to test it with people. • Sometimes it doesn't hurt to talk around a little and see what others think about it. And this can also surface questions or comments early in the process.
Slide 5: Be Prepared • How you respond to questions and concerns will play a large role in your success or failure of any idea. • When we watch someone stumble through an answer, we make an inference that they don't know what they're talking about. • Before you go into your presentation, think through what possible concerns your audience may have.
Slide 6: Position it for your Audience • It is necessary to tailor your idea to your audience: • How does your idea benefit them? • Shape your presentation so that it speaks directly to those benefits and the ways that your audience will react positively to them. • By doing this, you create a positive mindset around accepting your idea or proposal.
Slide 7: Keep it Simple • Avoid getting confused on trying to prove how much you know about your idea. • Overly detailed presentations can distract your audience, making them feel stupid for not following along. • Also, they can cause you to simply run out of time.
Slide 8: Answer Questions with Confidence • When you present a new idea, people will have all sorts of reactions and will ask you questions. • No matter how aggressive or silly your public is, treat them in a fair and reasonable way.
Slide 9: Principles to Remember Do • Meet with important stakeholders in advance of needing their formal approval. • Position your idea in terms of the benefits your audience stands to gain. • Answer questions concisely and confidently.
Slide 10: Principles to Remember Don´t • Assume that your audience will believe it's a good idea just because you do. • Overload your audience with detailed analysis or specifics. • Get defensive or angry when people challenge your idea.
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