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How you can speak with confidence?
How you can speak with confidence?
How you can speak with confidence?
How you can speak with confidence?
How you can speak with confidence?
How you can speak with confidence?
How you can speak with confidence?
How you can speak with confidence?
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  • 1. How You Can Speak With Confidence? <br />Department of Management studies,Pondicherry Central University<br />
  • 2. “How to Speak With Confidence?”<br />Finer tips to speak with confidence<br />1. Break the pattern of negative habits.<br />2. Focus on your audience, not what they think of you.<br />3. Focus on your message for your audience.<br />4. Focus on the higher values for your audience.<br />5. Understand that the speech it’s for your audience, not you.<br />6. Speak for your audience, it’s not you.<br />7. Establish your credibility.<br />8. Earn their respect.<br />Department of Management studies,Pondicherry Central University<br />
  • 3. 1. Break the pattern of negative habits.<br />The past Patterns of Negative Habits at work. These patterns are results of negative culture, behaviors and observations of others. Hence, the mind goes into a vicious Cycle of Beliefs. <br />One major cycle of beliefs is as follows:<br />”I’ve seen lousy speakers -&amp;gt; the audience were bored -&amp;gt; the audience insulted the speaker -&amp;gt; the speaker was humiliated -&amp;gt; therefore if I speak, the same will happen -&amp;gt; it has happened before so it will happen again -&amp;gt; the audience will be bored -&amp;gt; they will humiliate me -&amp;gt; I will be hurt -&amp;gt; I don’t want to hurt forever -&amp;gt; since I am so lousy therefore I shall not speak -&amp;gt; why? Because I have seen lousy speakers -&amp;gt; (Back to the beginning of the cycle)”<br />Department of Management studies,Pondicherry Central University<br />
  • 4. Contd..,<br />As the cycle goes on, ever let the Beliefs to solidify and reinforce in to the mind as The Truth.<br />The Cycle of Beliefs will thus be practiced as Cycle of Behaviors. And over time, it becomes a Cycle of Habit.<br />Department of Management studies,Pondicherry Central University<br />
  • 5. 2. Focus on your audience, not what they think of you.<br />Try to find out, what the audience want from you.<br />Try to find a way to fulfill that (viz., good explanations, examples etc.).<br />Try to prepare speech/presentation according to the taste of the audience.<br />Try to keep your speech/presentations up to date.<br />Department of Management studies,Pondicherry Central University<br />
  • 6. 3. Focus on your message for your audience.<br />Be well prepared on the topic.<br />Try to gain a deep knowledge in the subject you are dealing with.<br />Be confident about the subject.<br />Department of Management studies,Pondicherry Central University<br />
  • 7. 4. Focus on the higher values for your audience.<br />Learn to respect your audience.<br />Don’t try to underestimate audience, on their mistakes.<br />Be prepared to meet the high expectations of the audience.<br />Department of Management studies,Pondicherry Central University<br />
  • 8. 5. Understand that the speech it’s for your audience, not you.<br />Use simple language.<br />Prepare with good and simple explanations.<br />Try explain with the help of examples.<br />Have a clear picture about the topic, so that you can easily understand the need of the audience .<br />Department of Management studies,Pondicherry Central University<br />
  • 9. 6. Speak for your audience, it’s not you.<br />Craft your speech to their listening ears and curious sight.<br />Speak loud and clear.<br />Use simple language.<br />Provide satisfactory explanations.<br />Department of Management studies,Pondicherry Central University<br />
  • 10. 7. Establish your credibility.<br />Dress appropriately for the situation. Casual clothes won&amp;apos;t make you appear impressive in a formal group.<br />Show your confidence. If you make it clear that you understand your topic, the audience is more likely to believe you. Keeping good eye contact can show your confidence.<br />Pronounce all your words correctly.  Also watch how you phrase things.<br />Give evidence that supports what you&amp;apos;re saying.<br />Department of Management studies,Pondicherry Central University<br />
  • 11. 8. Earn their respect.<br />Respect matters – being liked should always play second fiddle to being respected; demonstrating leadership leads to respect.<br />Listen up – you can only figure out the needs of your audience by listening to them.<br />Pay it forward – sometimes it’s worth giving up credit for an idea if it streamlines the implementation process.<br />Style it up – the way you look and act makes a difference.<br />No mind games – show guidance but let people find their own paths.<br />Department of Management studies,Pondicherry Central University<br />
  • 12. Thank you for your valuable time.<br />Department of Management studies,Pondicherry Central University<br />

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