#5 The Ultimate Guide to Presentation Skills

In a presentation, an audience receives the presenter first, then the message.

20th September 2017


#5 The Ultimate Guide to Presentation Skills

In a presentation, an audience receives the presenter first, then the message. Therefore, you need presentation skills on how to look, sound and posture as much as you need a powerful message, and an effective hardware and software system to drive it home.

Even more, since you lack the “Undo” option when presenting, you should learn how to pass messages in real time with little mishaps.

This guide offers you communication skills to help package both you (the presenter) and the message (the presentation).

Frank Partnoy in Wait: The Art and Science of Delay:

“We must build a relationship with our audience when speaking publicly or the only knowledge we risk imparting is the colour of the walls and the ticking of the clock”.

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