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public speaking

  1. 1. Public speaking Does speaking in public frightens you? Here comes few tips which will make you ready to speak in front of a public!!! BY- MAYURI VADHER
  2. 2. What Frightens You The Most? • Population • fear=Public Speaking • Fear=Death • Stage fright • In spotlight • Unprepared • inexperienced
  3. 3. Effective Communication • Preparation • Practice • Presence
  4. 4. Effective Communication • Preparation -Creating Speech Notes. -Read out loud and make changes. -Choose a Topic That Interests You. -Become Familiar with the Venue.
  5. 5. Effective Communication • Practice -practice makes perfect -Revision -Use of mirror -get time right
  6. 6. Effective Communication • Presence -nervousness- fright is common -Body language -voice tone -gestures -eye contact -positive attitude
  7. 7. Overcoming Speech Anxiety  Practice, Practice, Practice.  Simulate Setting at Home.  Ask Friends to Be Practice Audience.  Visualize Your Success.  Use Deep-breathing Techniques.  Focus on Message, not Fear.
  8. 8. Things You Shouldn’t Do  Read directly from notes or screen.  Turn back on audience.  Slouch, hands in pockets.  No um, ah, you know.  No nervous gestures.  Talk too fast or slow.
  9. 9. Things You Should Do  Eye contact.  Can glance at notes.  Appropriate gestures.  Involve audience.
  10. 10. Successful Tips Control the “Butterflies”  Know the room audience and material  BE Relax  Don’t apologize  Turn nervousness into positive energy  Gain experience -experience  builds confidence
  11. 11. Tips For A Beginner In Public Speaking
  12. 12. • Start with a proper GREETING • ORGANISE your speech • Effective Use of QUOTATION, EXAMPLE, HUMOUR • STRUCTURE the points • //a) MAKE a single & clear statement • //b) ELABORATE the point • END with a word of thanks. • PREFER simple sentences.
  13. 13. • USE pauses appropriately • TAKE a good look at the audience • SMILE and LOOK at different sections • ALLOW the natural gestures
  14. 14. Practice takes you from this..
  15. 15. To this….

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