Talk to or with your audience, not at them. Make it a two-way street. Ask questions, invite interruptions, solicit pertinent stories and anecdotes. Make your audience part of your presentation rather than relegating them to spectator. Size of the audience shouldn’t matter, you can still reach out and they can still respond.

 

Beth Levine

Beth Levine

Communications Coach at SmartMouth Communications
SmartMouth Founder and Principal Beth Noymer Levine is a Communications Coach who is emerging as one of the country’s leading voices on how to prepare and deliver speeches and presentations that actually work for both the audience and the speaker.
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