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Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
Tough Issues Tough Audiences
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Tough Issues Tough Audiences

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  • 1. Tough Issues - Tough Audiences
  • 2. Talking about difficult topics takes courage, tact and humor
  • 3. Peer educators regularly face challenging audiences
  • 4. Students can be uncomfortable, defensive, or offensive
  • 5. Students can also be receptive, responsive and grateful
  • 6. Get your message across by meeting them where they are
  • 7. What’s your objective?
  • 8. Who’s your audience?
  • 9. What are their needs?
  • 10. What are their needs?
  • 11. What are their needs?
  • 12. What are their needs?
  • 13. What are their needs?
  • 14. What are their needs?
  • 15. What are their needs?
  • 16. What do you want them to do as a result of your presentation?
  • 17. Meet them where they are
  • 18. Some people are uncomfortable
  • 19. Some people are defensive
  • 20. Some people are offensive
  • 21. Some people are just ignorant
  • 22. Engage the audience
  • 23. Use humor to defuse tense situations
  • 24. Create a strong opening and closing
  • 25. Tell stories and use examples
  • 26. How can you incorporate these activities into your presentation?
  • 27. Audiences can be unreceptive to your message
  • 28. Get your message across by meeting them where they are
  • 29. Your audience will appreciate your sensitivity to their needs
  • 30. Tough issue – tough audience – tough speaker!
  • 31. Lisa Braithwaite, M.A. www.coachlisab.com [email_address]

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