Join Laura Bergells for an in-depth discussion in this video Final inspiration, part of Public Speaking Fundamentals.
Throughout this course we've covered a number of techniques that can help you become a more effective speaker. I often emphasize the importance of developing confidence. Your confidence will grow as you gain more experience. Remember, you don't have to be perfect when you present. In fact, perfection is highly overrated. A few mistakes here and there make you human. So if you've made a presentation misstep, go easy on yourself. A flub or two in delivery probably won't make or break your career.
Instead, learn from your mistakes and move on. Learning and growing from your experience is exactly how you develop the confidence you need to become an effective public speaker.
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- Identifying your audience
- Developing credibility
- Introducing an agenda
- Exploring five strong opening techniques
- Developing great body language
- Understanding room dynamics
- Handling questions and answers
- Getting feedback<br><br>
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