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Here are some tips for good speaking in the                              presentation
   the content of your presentation, and the delivery of    that content, should be compelling and engaging   Keeping th...
   What will be the key takeaways? How will they    describe your presence on stage? Think ahead to what    the discussio...
   You might show only 10 slides, you might show    100, or you might not have slides altogether   45 minutes of speakin...
   It’s not scientific, but it feels about the same as an    audience member seated towards the back of a large    room w...
    Be creative in your typeface selection, weight, and    sizing, but also look at what others are using.
   that speaking is a skill that takes a very long time to    master. Don’t be overly concerned about your first    engag...
   Your presentation style should suit your personal    style, whether that’s relaxed, formal, snarky   Allow your uniqu...
   Start strong and confidently. Be cautious not to lose    the audience with personal or industry    histories, unless c...
   A good speaker can sense when the audience is    engaged and when they’re not, and carefully adjusts    his or her ton...
   There are two reasons for this: 1) so other audience    members can hear the question, and 2) so those    listening to...
   This is a technique I learned only a few    months ago after watching perhaps the most    skilled person I’ve ever see...
   answered an audience member’s question after a    second attempt, mention that you’d be happy to talk    after the ses...
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  1. 1. Here are some tips for good speaking in the presentation
  2. 2.  the content of your presentation, and the delivery of that content, should be compelling and engaging Keeping the audience eyes’ on you rather than their laptops benefits both you and the audience.
  3. 3.  What will be the key takeaways? How will they describe your presence on stage? Think ahead to what the discussion may be like among attendees as they return to work, and allow that to help inform your preparation.
  4. 4.  You might show only 10 slides, you might show 100, or you might not have slides altogether 45 minutes of speaking, 15 minutes of questions — end up with about 50-80 slides knowing roughly how much content I’ll need before practicing is helpful.
  5. 5.  It’s not scientific, but it feels about the same as an audience member seated towards the back of a large room with an 18-foot screen at the front. If you can read it from six feet back, whatever is on screen is probably big enough.
  6. 6.  Be creative in your typeface selection, weight, and sizing, but also look at what others are using.
  7. 7.  that speaking is a skill that takes a very long time to master. Don’t be overly concerned about your first engagement. Prepare really well, stay relaxed when delivering, and walk away knowing you’ll do better next time. Chances are, things will go better than you expect them to
  8. 8.  Your presentation style should suit your personal style, whether that’s relaxed, formal, snarky Allow your unique personality to shine through on stage, and it’s likely the audience will be engaged
  9. 9.  Start strong and confidently. Be cautious not to lose the audience with personal or industry histories, unless completely relevant to your presentation. Dive right in and don’t stop until it’s over.
  10. 10.  A good speaker can sense when the audience is engaged and when they’re not, and carefully adjusts his or her tone, speed, and deliberate pauses throughout the presentation, and may even skip content when necessary.
  11. 11.  There are two reasons for this: 1) so other audience members can hear the question, and 2) so those listening to the audio or video archived version can hear the question.
  12. 12.  This is a technique I learned only a few months ago after watching perhaps the most skilled person I’ve ever seen do a Question & Answer session. I wish I would have known of such a question when I first started speaking
  13. 13.  answered an audience member’s question after a second attempt, mention that you’d be happy to talk after the session. Then move on to allow others to ask their questions.
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