- Describe the components of a great presentation.
- Identify your audience.
- Explain the main objective in a persuasive presentation.
- List basic vocal warm-up tips.
- Manage pre-performance anxiety.
- Identify effective ways to introduce your agenda.
- Describe common opening mistakes.
- Demonstrate effective body language.
- Identify indicators of helpful feedback.
Skill Level Beginner
- Public speaking, it's a great way to show your leadership and communication skills. You might be asked to lead a company meeting, or maybe teach a workshop or seminar. This LinkedIn learning course is designed to help you develop more confidence by reviewing powerful public speaking techniques. I'm Laura Bergells and I want to share with you the lessons I've learned in my career as a presentation coach, writer, and public speaking instructor. If you're a novice public speaker, you can use the tips in this course to help you craft and polish your next presentation.
And if you're already a savvy presenter, you know it's still a good idea to regularly review and practice the fundamentals. Let's discover, review, and practice the essential techniques that can make you an effective public speaker.
Overcoming Your Fear of Public Speakingwith Todd Dewett26m 26s Intermediate
Creating and Giving Business Presentationswith Tatiana Kolovou1h 20m Intermediate
Handling an Unruly Audiencewith Deirdre Breakenridge1h 10m Intermediate
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2. Prepare for Your Speech
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