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Workshop slides from UX Australia - 7 August 2017
Public speaking isn’t just for big rooms with a podium and microphone.
Sometimes it’s just you and 5,10 maybe 20 people. They might be your clients or stakeholders or your project team. Any time you address a group, you need to get your message across and know you’ll be understood. Prep and practice are always important but when you’re speaking close-up there are different things to think about and opportunities you don’t have in a conference hall.
In this half-day workshop, Adam Polansky will cover:
Preparation with long or short notice
Delivery and room dynamics
What to consider when you speak to executives
Keeping the conversation alive after the meeting
We’ll even talk about giving a pitch.
This session will set you up to own the room the next time you have to present.