Public Speaking

Improving you public speaking and presentation skills requires work in three specific areas. The first focuses on building what your presentation contains and the message you want to give and how you manage the entire event. It includes:
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The management of content, its staging and how you control the presentation environment.
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Developing your own personal techniques to successfully engage your audience including such things as your vocal presentation, body language, energy level, anxiety control and personal signature for each event.
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Time management for practicing delivery, making edits, changes and improvements.

For most people public speaking and presentations are not natural or common events. On the other hand in many business situations presentations can be a daily activity. Fore some,public speaking may be a one time thing where they are invited to say a few words at a special events such as weddings or retirement parties. Whatever your situation it will require a systematic approach to turn a difficult situation into a seamless and rewarding opportunity.