This is probably one of the more difficult topics we will cover in this series. It's human nature that we don't like to be critiqued, especially when it comes to something as personal as a presentation we've worked on. However, the number one rule you need to remember is this; your presentation is not for you but the audience you are going to present to. It is vital they enjoy it and find it beneficial if you want to consider it a true success.
This week we will go over what to look for when critiquing your delivery as well as how to fix any issues you come across.
- Body Language
- Getting the message across
- Adapting voice, accent and tone
- Focusing on quality content
- Find opportunities to get feedback
- How you should hold yourself during the presentation
- The best voice or tone to sound engaging to your audience
- Covering the topic you said you'd deliver
- What to say and what not to
- Understanding your feedback