Who is more important, you or your audience? Your audience and your message are of paramount importance. The presenter is merely the conduit or a messenger.
You have an upcoming company presentation. You’re concerned about how you’ll be perceived. A polished impact should describe your delivery. There are 3 approaches that when layered together, just might assist us to deliver our best speeches ever!
Structure – you’ll need to devise a structure that is succinct, yet allows you to say everything significant about your message,
Content – the most obvious error most speakers make, is to insufficiently attend to their content, get most of it right but fall short and lack depth,
Pacing – helps your audience to digest not merely hear you talk. Audiences need to be able to answer key questions post-presentation, such as what was the speaker’s main message.
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