Whatever language you are presenting in, it’s extremely important that your presentation has impact. If your presentation has impact, the audience will pay full attention to you and your message will reach them loud and clear. Here are 10 things you can do to engage the audience and make them remember you! When you stand…
Behind effective presenting lies a world of tools and techniques, not to mention a range of complex human mindsets that may help or hinder the process. However, one technique that I consider to be indispensable is the technique of using pauses in your presentation. It is simple and when used well, powerful so why is it so…
In the previous post we talked about how to prepare a presentation in English to give you maximum confidence; the more effectively you prepare, the more confident you will feel.
Here we’re going to consider what you must think about when you are actually in front of your audience – how to effectively deliver your presenation in English
- Outline to your audience how your presentation will be structured: e.g. I will first explain…/Then I will…/After that…/Finally… Clear structuring is fundamental and really makes the difference between a professional and a weak presentation. You must keep your audience with you all the way through your talk and you do this by effective structuring. They need to know where you are in the presentation at any one time and they need to know what is coming next
- Speak slowly and with pauses: It may not seem natural to you, but it will seem very natural to your audience. To sound professional in anypresentation, we must speak 20% slower than we do in normal conversations.
- Use longer pauses to give you and your audience time to assimilate the message: the use of pauses with a facial expression of confidence is very powerful and professional. Practise this tip and USE IT