In this video, you'll learn to set the parameters on presentation Q&A, which helps your audience understand how they can participate. Three techniques are shared to create Q&A guidelines, exceeding audience expectations when it comes to answering and following up on their timely questions.
- Setting the parameters on your presentation discussion…and the follow up helps you manage the flow…of your discussion.…At the same time, it also helps your audience understand…the best ways for them to participate.…Most audiences are more than willing to give you…their full attention.…However, they want the same in return…when it comes to answering their questions.…Thinking about the Q and A beforehand…is a great way to introduce the guidelines…and to signal to your audience…that you value their participation.…
Here are three ways to set parameters…and frame out attendee participation.…Number one, allow your audience to ask their questions…at any time during your presentation.…Number two, take questions at set intervals…that you determine during the presentation,…and number three, save the questions until the end…of the presentation and/or follow up questions post-session.…Let's take a deeper look at all three approaches…so you can decide what makes sense…for your presentation style.…
Number one, taking questions anytime…
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- Recall the two-step process for understanding your audience.
- List the five steps to neutralize the negative.
- Summarize the characteristics of the five types of people in an audience.
- Recognize the importance of keeping your composure.
- Determine the most appropriate action to take if you are unable to answer all the questions at the end of your presentation.