Handle Q & A (question and answer) sessions Public Speaking


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Handling Q & A (question and answer) sessions

My favorite part of any presentation is usually Q&A, the question and answer portion of the program. As either an audience member or as a speaker, I like Q&A because I get to hear different voices and perspectives. Done well, the Q&A period is an interactive and lively part of the program. To keep your Q&A session energetic and enlightening, keep two planning tips in mind. One, if you are planning a Q&A, let your audience know this near the very beginning of your presentation.

For many small boardroom or classroom- style presentations, you might tell your audience to just jump in and ask questions at any time. For more formal presentations your audience is often better served when you tell them you'll answer their questions near the end. By announcing that you'll have Q&A near the end, you almost ensure that the audience will think of great questions to ask you. Secondly, hold your Q&A session near the end, not at the end. You don't want to close your...

Handling Q & A (question and answer) sessions
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Handling Q & A (question and answer) sessions provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Laura Bergells as part of the Public Speaking Fundamentals

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