By AYG Team
Fear of the Public Speaking!!
Common Symptoms While Presenting: Shortness of breath Nervous laugh Trembling voice Wet palms, feeling very hot Shaki...
No One is born “Effective Presenter”You can make it yourself
Factors that affect the Audience           7%                55 %   Body Language    38 %                       Tone      ...
Body Language                           MovingAvoid the following feet movements    Taking a few steps forward and a few s...
Body Language                   Position Avoid Barriers Don’t Sit Stand Tall
Body Language                                      HandsWhat NOT to do with your hands•.Fiddling with : rings, watch, cuff...
Body Language                     Eye ContactThe Importance Shows your interest in them Eye contact denotes authority/conf...
Voice ToneWhat attributes are required of your voice ?                        1. Volume                      2. Clarity   ...
INTERRUPTS
Researching the Audience Background and    experience   Expectations   Age and language   Gender   Dress code
Did they understand you ?
Building Your Talk      The Opening      The Body                  Attention Curve      The Close       You prepare the Bo...
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  1. 1. By AYG Team
  2. 2. Fear of the Public Speaking!!
  3. 3. Common Symptoms While Presenting: Shortness of breath Nervous laugh Trembling voice Wet palms, feeling very hot Shaking knees, shaking hands Churning stomach
  4. 4. No One is born “Effective Presenter”You can make it yourself
  5. 5. Factors that affect the Audience 7% 55 % Body Language 38 % Tone Words
  6. 6. Body Language MovingAvoid the following feet movements Taking a few steps forward and a few steps back Hopping from one foot to another Rocking to and from Swaying from side to side Standing on the sides of your shoes. Move naturally
  7. 7. Body Language Position Avoid Barriers Don’t Sit Stand Tall
  8. 8. Body Language HandsWhat NOT to do with your hands•.Fiddling with : rings, watch, cuff, buttons, pens, elasticbands, paper clips, coins, etc.•Touching and Patting: Face or hair•Scratching: any part of the body
  9. 9. Body Language Eye ContactThe Importance Shows your interest in them Eye contact denotes authority/confidence Eye contact expresses emotion
  10. 10. Voice ToneWhat attributes are required of your voice ? 1. Volume 2. Clarity 3. Variety
  11. 11. INTERRUPTS
  12. 12. Researching the Audience Background and experience Expectations Age and language Gender Dress code
  13. 13. Did they understand you ?
  14. 14. Building Your Talk The Opening The Body Attention Curve The Close You prepare the Body first, and then you start thinking of the mostappropriate Open and Close
  15. 15. The Setting

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