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Delivering Great Presentations

Delivering Great Presentations Ever been to a really bad presentation? You know, the kind where the speaker stands behind the podium, uses slides that mirror what he is saying directly, and includes lots of data tables to validate his position. But. “What’s so bad about that?” you ask. “Isn’t that how most presentations are given?” […]

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Keep the focus on the audience.

Watch for Feedback and Adapt to It. Keep the focus on the audience. Gauge their reactions, adjust your message, and stay flexible. Delivering a canned speech will guarantee that you lose the attention of or confuse even the most devoted listeners. This may shock you Many contracts you may receive Are only outlines on the […]

Your Speech Is About Them not you ๐Ÿค—

Know Your Audience. Your Speech Is About Them Before you begin to craft your message, consider who the message is intended for. Learn as much about your listeners as you can. This will help you determine your choice of words, level of information, organization pattern, and motivational statement. That is the second point again ” […]

Nervousness Is Normal, Practice and Prepare. Know your homework ๐Ÿค—

Nervousness Is Normal, Practice and Prepare All people feel some physiological reactions like pounding hearts and trembling hands. Do not associate these feelings with the sense that you will perform poorly or make a fool of yourself. Some nerves are good. The adrenaline rush that makes you sweat also makes you more alert and ready […]

Key Points To Remeber Chances are that you’ll sometimes have to speak in public as part of your role.

Key Points To Remeber Chances are that you’ll sometimes have to speak in public as part of your role. While this can seem intimidating, the benefits of being able to speak well outweigh any perceived fears. To become a better speaker, use the following strategies: Plan appropriately. Practice. Engage with your audience. Pay attention to […]

Cope With Nerves How often have you listened to or watched a speaker who really messed up? Chances are, the answer is “not very often.”

Cope With Nerves How often have you listened to or watched a speaker who really messed up? Chances are, the answer is “not very often.” When we have to speak in front of others, we can envision terrible things happening. We imagine forgetting every point we want to make, passing out from our nervousness, or […]

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