In last week's tip, we talked about how to prepare for a presentation. We covered things like how to develop your idea, how to size up your audience and the importance of rehearsing. This week we will show you what it takes to deliver a presentation that is effective and memorable.
Tip of the Week
Presentations are always an important part of most jobs these days, be it for a trade show, webinar, conference or sales demonstration. But if you are one of the people who would rather do anything else than speak publicly, don’t worry; you are not alone. Up to 74 percent of people suffer from speech anxiety (glossophobia), meaning that they have a tough time getting in front of a crowd and speaking, or sharing their knowledge with an audience. The good news is you can drastically reduce the effects of glossophobia by being proactive about your preparations.