Tips for Great
- Light on speakers to connect with
- Look at your audience throughout the presentation (e.g., 5 second individual
objects away from mouth.
animated (e.g., stimulating ideas, fluid movement, costume, props, visual
aid, powerful music/video, etc.).
passionate about your purpose.
- Know your material and anticipate answers to questions.
- Modify voice rate and pitch thoughtfully and naturally.
- Practice until you are calm and confident.
spontaneous and minimize reading notes, slides, or cards.
natural and sincere.
- Almost every
presentation provides an opportunity for you to tell something about yourself.
Applying personal Who, What, When, Why, and Where information makes your
presentation unique and personal.
- When you end your presentation, be sure to
leave the audience with something to think about and if applicable, a call to
use of music.
- Involve your audience to participate with an
- Have a gift or prize ready to increase energy if needed.
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