Dealing With Content

  • Repeat what you want your audience to remember.
  • Talk at their level, in their language and terms.
  • Avoid using jargon unnessessarily.
  • Volunteer opposing points, then offer explanations to disarm them.

Dealing With Equipment

  • Prepare for the unexpected.
  • Have backups of everything that you absolutely must have.
  • Check the microphone volume, lighting level and video connections.
  • Familiarize yourself with the remote controls well in advance.

Dealing With Planning

  • Create a checklist of everything you need to do and when you need to do it by.
  • Make arrangements for travel to and from the venue, equipment, handouts, collateral.
  • Talk with MC and meeting planner about content, expectations and logistics well beforehand.
  • Don’t wait until the last minute.


Engaging Your Audience

  • Look them in the eyes and talk to them in a conversational manner.
  • Try to look confident and avoid nervous habits.
  • Repeat important information to address kinesthetic, aural and auditory learners.
  • Tell personal stories and anecdotes.





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