Guide and Technical Specifications

1. Presentation Duration
– Timeframe: Aim for a concise presentation, ideally 15 minutes or less, to maintain audience engagement and deliver impactful content.
 
 2. Format Options
– Flexibility: Choose between video or audio formats to best suit your content and presentation style.
 
3. Technical Specifications
   – Video Format: Use 720p to 4k resolution in mp4 format for optimal visual clarity.
   – Audio Format: Submit audio presentations in mp3 format to ensure high-quality sound.
   – Image Format: Include images in png or jpeg formats to complement your presentation.
   – File Size: Keep all files under 5GB to ensure smooth streaming and accessibility.
 
4. Content Guidelines
   – Mission Alignment: Content should reflect our core values of empowerment and positive change.
   – Originality and Relevance: Bring fresh perspectives and insights that resonate with our global audience.
   – Diversity and Inclusivity: Create content that respects and appeals to a diverse audience.
   – Ethical Messaging: Maintain respect and positivity in your content to foster a supportive community environment.
   – Audience Engagement: Connect authentically with the audience through storytelling, actionable insights, or stimulating discussions.
   – Expertise Sharing: Share knowledge that showcases your expertise and encourages community learning.
 
5. Content Enhancement Guidelines (Optional)
   – Visual Aids: Use tools like whiteboards or props to underscore key points.
   – Storytelling: Employ storytelling to make your presentation relatable and memorable.
   – Analogies and Metaphors: Simplify complex concepts to enhance understanding.
   – Personal Experience: Share relevant personal stories to inspire and connect.
   – Actionable Steps: Provide practical strategies that the audience can apply.
   – Key Message: Clearly articulate the core message of your presentation.
 
6. Accessibility and Inclusivity
– Global Reach: Ensure your content is clear and inclusive, appealing to an international audience.
 
Recording Tips for High-Quality Talks
   – Recording Devices: Use available high-quality devices like smartphones or cameras.
   – Lighting: Ensure the lighting focuses on your face to improve visibility.
   – Stability: Use a stable setup to avoid shaky footage.
   – Audio Quality: Record in a quiet setting with a good microphone for clear sound.
   – Framing: Position yourself well within the frame to engage your audience effectively.
   – Background: Opt for a simple, uncluttered background.
   – Test Recording: Check your setup with a test recording to ensure quality.
   – Multiple Takes: Don’t hesitate to take multiple recordings to capture your best presentation.