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An audience is said to be a group of persons assembled under positively formal conditions to listen to a speaker. The word "audience" signifies a listening group.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +2 votes | 1 comments
Act like a sponge and absorb information you obtain. Make note of answers and keep them available for future reference. If you don't gathering the information is a waste of time.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +1 votes | 0 comments
Assemble the following items and put them in your briefcase - now. This is your Last Minute Checklist. One copy of a presentation handout you can refer to if needed: If you're speaking to a small group of people (6 to 12), ask someone to make copies of your handout when you arrive. Frequently, this is easy to do and doesn't cause anyone inconvenience.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +1 votes | 0 comments
Excellent speakers have the feeling of fear when they did their first public speaking appearance. More practice can enhance your confidence which is likewise an important tool to become an effective and excellent public speaker.
Published by Marky Chavez 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +2 votes | 0 comments
Each topic is presented here in no particular order of importance. This list is not and should not be considered complete. It provides you with an at-a-glance opportunity to review significant do's and don'ts.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +5 votes | 3 comments
Don't rush and don't speak too slowly. When confidence is lacking, clarity is compromised. That's because the speaker isn't enthusiastic and tends to swallow words rather than project them
Published by Levy Dalumpines 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +4 votes | 3 comments
Argumentative speaking - the speaker appeals to his audience mainly through the use of reason. Action is not demanded, at least not immediate action. Through a presentation of a series of logical reasons, the audience is made to understand what the issues are and is given ample time to reflect and then to deliberate before action is taken.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +8 votes | 4 comments
Knowledge, self-confidence and skill are important factors in speech presentations. An effective speech is delivered by the speaker who has knowledge about the particular subject matter as well as self-confidence and skill in communicating the live audience.
Published by hunterfact 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +0 votes | 0 comments
Preparing the speech is not a difficult task at all. It is a logical process that all speakers must follow. For this reason, you must know your subject, your feelings about your material; you must be specific and be aware of your audience.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +7 votes | 2 comments
Put your powers of concentration and your "focus muscles" to work as you get ready to make a presentation. Expel distractions and concentrate. Answer the following 15 questions.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +7 votes | 1 comments
What are the needs, desires, and concerns of the audience? How can a speaker link up what he wants with what the audience wants? In order to secure action, here are some effective appeals a speaker may use in order to be effective in his persuasive speech.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +3 votes | 4 comments
The ability to persuade others is something that every potential speaker must develop if he wants to be successful in competition. For this reason, he must bear in mind some helpful guidelines for effective persuasive speaking.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +3 votes | 1 comments
Close your eyes and hold your head and others deduce that you don't feel well or that you're lost in thought. This is a good reminder that "body language" can have more than one meaning and you should avoid making snap judgments. Put the spoken word together with complementary gestures or body language, and you'll boost your communication powers exponentially.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +8 votes | 2 comments
In the informative speech, the speaker's intention to inform the audience is often blended with his desire for audience belief. The informative speech is fundamental to all other types of speaking with a purpose, for one cannot accomplish his objective to convince, to impress, to inspire, to actuate or to entertain unless the audience is thoroughly informed of the subject and the occasion of the speech.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 84 months ago in Public Speaking & Presentations | +3 votes | 1 comments
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