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5 Ways for Presenters to Share the Love with their Audiences

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As Valentine's Day approaches, here are five specific strategies that presenters may wish to employ during their next presentation to boost their audience's engagement and perhaps even have their audience fall in love with them.

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5 Ways for Presenters to Share the Love with their Audiences

  1. 1. 5 Ways to With Your Audience
  2. 2. Provide Fresh Content
  3. 3. Are you giving your audience new content… or just finding different ways to present content they already know?
  4. 4. Finding something new or surprising can add zest and excitement to a seemingly stale topic.
  5. 5. Fresh Visuals
  6. 6. Go ahead and use PowerPoint… as long as you use it correctly.
  7. 7. Go ahead and use PowerPoint… as long as you use it correctly.
  8. 8. Go ahead and use PowerPoint… as long as you use it correctly.
  9. 9. Involve Them
  10. 10. Give them a poll question and let them use their smart phones to respond*…
  11. 11. …or review key concepts with Jeopardy*…
  12. 12. …or just ask them a question instead of always bestowing your wisdom upon them.
  13. 13. Try the Boomerang
  14. 14. You don’t always need to answer your audience’s questions...
  15. 15. …throw the audience’s questions back at them and see what other attendees have to say.
  16. 16. Keep the Learning Going
  17. 17. Art Kohn says*... Your audience will forget 70% of what you learned today before they go to bed tonight… if you want them to remember your content, you need to give them “learning boosts.”
  18. 18. Just kidding. It’s not just Art who says that… …it’s actually what 100 years of brain research says.
  19. 19. Your audience will need a helping hand after your session.
  20. 20. Leverage technology (email, online applications, etc.) to continue to remind them of key concepts in the days and weeks following your presentation.
  21. 21. If you can Your audience may say: I’M YOURS

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