clarify the purpose of your presentation
Public Speaker: Do Not Think on your Feet
When it’s your turn to speak don’t try to think on your feet. It’s too dangerous. When you try to wing it you leave too much to chance. You might be sharp today. Or, you might be ill or even in a foul mood. Thinking on your feet is experimenting with your audience. Don’t gamble the success of your presentation on the throw of the dice.
How to write your presentation in five minutes
When you need to write a presentation, follow these seven steps to create your outline. Organize your message and structure before you start stuffing in content.
Five Habits of Effective Public Speakers
Imagine your success when you consistently deliver more effective presentations. You can do that when you develop the habits of effective public speakers. Success in any pursuit is the result of establishing smarter habits. Study and adopt these five habits of effective public speaking.
How to Keep the Presentation Skills of Your Team Sharp
You want your team ready to present well.
This can be a challenge especially if they’re not presenting frequently. Yet when a presentation opportunity arises, it’s important to deliver an effective presentation.
Presentation Tips from Executive Speech Coach – Videos
Presentation tips from George Torok, The Speech Coach for Executives.
Enjoy these tips, presented in the following 6 videos, to improve your presentation skills. Five of these videos are under 90 seconds. Add your comments and questions below.
For Presentation Success Ask This Critical Question
Be clear on the desired outcome of your presentation, you’ll have a simple test for every slide, phrase, story and prop. If it doesn’t contribute to your purpose, leave it out.