Posts Tagged ‘non verbal skills’

Be a presentation sensation

Think about this: you can’t NOT communicate – even saying nothing says something about you. What you say, the way you say it and the way you present yourself are components of a complicated code the people around you read without realising it.

Good idea, then, to make sure that what you communicate is positive, interesting, appealing, and attractive, especially if you are the face of your business.

So it’s a complete mystery to me why more people don’t take the time and trouble to develop a decent presentation style. Making a presentation, speaking in public, standing up on front of a group of people and communicating some information – these are the occasions for which you have the time to prepare, to practise, to hone your skills.

And if you’re prepared to put the effort in to making your presentations more effective, more interesting, more compelling, you’ll get the benefit of a brilliant side-effect.

You become more confident, more effective, more interesting, more compelling.

Here are three dead-cert ways to improve the way you deliver a presentation:

1.    Practise visualising yourself making a great presentation. If you’re nervous about public speaking, and lots of people are, your negative side has contributed to many a negative mind-movie in which you make a complete mess of standing up in front of people and saying your piece. Turn the tables by consciously creating a mind-movie showing you completely captivating your