A Presentation on Diversity

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Essay #: 061408
Total text length is 6,586 characters (approximately 4.5 pages).

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The beginning:
A Presentation on Diversity
Abstract
The first decision that needs to be made before you begin to create a presentation is what kind is it going to be. It is important to note that each presentation type requires a specific organization technique to help the audience understand and remember the information being provided (Whatley,
n.d
.).
The elements of an informative presentation include time, place, cause and effect and logical order. An informative presentation is brief and comes to the point without much of an introduction. The goal is to present facts and avoid any abstract concepts or complicated information. Time in an informative presentation explains when things should occur. Place is where events should happen. Cause and effect...
The end:
.....has been successful or a failure. This accomplished by determining the cost-benefit of positive factors and subtracting the negative factors.
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