Tips on how to improve your Presentation & Public Speaking skills & confidence.
We have trained presenters all over the world for more than 40 years and understand what a daunting and difficult task public speaking can be!
We hope you find this video useful the next time you are preparing to get up and address a large audience.
We have also produced a "Top Tips" video on how to present when you are feeling nervous and you can see that video by clicking on this link: http://youtu.be/-sQvr9lo4Jk
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Be Enthusiastic! Says the boring woman with feet rooted to the stage! I present and you do move to the other side of the stage to ensure the audience follows you and are not fixated on one place. Your charts may require you to move across to better point out information! Dont move too much, but sure, when you change a slide then you can move! Just not during the slide when discussing it and blocking the view!
Great tips!!! I had a manager a long time ago who wanted presenters to walk back and forth "prowling" on the stage while talking. It was the most unnatural and distracting thing I've ever seen. He looked riduculous when he did it and I felt ridiculous doing the same thing! Bad advise and I've never done that again. Please, people, never do this!
I have a formal presentation coming soon, it is a presentation to the teachers and this is a very important one. I'm very nervous about it and forgot things when I get nervous. I think my slides are pretty good and it is just personal issue.
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