Speaking in public is not easy, especially for geeks, that tend to be too technical, or too shy, or too something...
Speaking in public REMOTELY is even worse.
In this session, we'll start with some basic tips, and we'll see how to dramatically improve our results using well-defined techniques.
Public speaking skills are not useful to conference speakers only, and everybody needs to improve them, especially geeks working from home!
If you don’t
put it on the slide,
not in the notes!
Also if you have multiple
Memory is a bad ally!
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Pay attention to
Beware of cultural differences!
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Code of Conduct, Diversity & Inclusion
•Is there a Code of Conduct (CoC)?
• If not, WHY NOT?
The speakers’ list is diverse enough?
• Have they done everything to ensure a diverse speakers’
•Are you using an inclusive language?
• He/she or singular they, boy/girl/person, etc.
Time is Limited!
Use the Pareto’s Principle
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Did you count how
many stories I’ve
just told you?
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