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مُساهمةموضوع: How to be Effective When you Speak in Public   الأحد 9 يناير 2011 - 0:58

How to be Effective When you Speak in Public






Studies show that people have more fear of public speaking than of dying. While
gatherings of friends or family members can seem a relaxing, easy going
time where conversation flows like water, the same approach won't cut
it in the board room. When trying to start conversations with clients
and coworkers, you need to adjust your methods for a more professional
environment, ensuring discourse that is elevated beyond casual
conversation, but that is not so stuffy as to inhibit familiarity.
There are three aspects of a presentation - visual, vocal, and verbal.
The following steps will help you develop more effective presentation
skills, reduce your fear of public speaking, and give you podium power.



Plan your verbal presentation

Always
talk about something you know - something in which you are an expert.
Credibility is important to get people to listen to you.

Once your presentation is complete - practice, practice, and practice.
Know your talk so well that you could give it in your sleep.

Charm your audience’s eyes




The visual aspect of your presentation is the most important in getting your message across.
It includes:


- your body language,

- gestures,
- facial expression,
- eye contact,
- appearance, and
- visuals such as PowerPoint –

all
of what the audience sees. Your audience will form their first
impression of you as you walk into the room. So dress for success,
appear confident and friendly, even if your knees are knocking. Smile
and they won't notice if you're nervous. Look at each person during
your talk. Slides should always be in color (no exceptions) and use
graphics, show videos, photographs, or clip art that represent what
you're saying in each slide. Don't hesitate to be humorous when it feels right.


Approach your audience’s ears

The
second most important aspect to catch your audience minds is your vocal
presentation - how you use your voice. It includes volume, pace, tone,
inflection, and enunciation.
Speak loudly and clearly (even with a microphone), not too fast or slow.
Pause
before and after you make a point; it makes your listeners' ears perk
up. If you go along in a monotone, don't be surprised if they go to
sleep.
Pausing
can make you sound conversational. Say, "There's one thing that (short
pause) can make recycling more effective." That slight hesitation makes
it seem as if you're just thinking of what you're going to say next, as
you would in a conversation.


Refresh your memory as you speak
Use notes, but don't read or memorize.
Write a phrase or some key words that remind you of what you want to say.

There are couple of exceptions to this rule, since your introduction
and closing are most important, it's okay to memorize them so you can
begin and end with confidence and effective eye contact. Also, if
you're quoting someone, it's alright to write the quote in full and
read some (not all) of it.
Do questions and answers before
closing. Keep them for your strongest point and call to action. I
usually like to end by saying, "I'll leave you with these words of..."
then give a powerful quote that sums up my presentation.
Never
end by saying, "thank you," as if they're doing you a favor. Actually
it is you who is doing them a favor. If you must, use friendly closure,
something like, "You've been a great audience and I've really enjoyed
being here."


Personal incidents are effective approach




Tom Peters said, “The best leaders…almost without exception and at every
level...are master users of stories and symbols.” And, of course the
best leaders are the best speakers.
Get your audience attention
with a story about how you got your children to turn off lights, save
water, and recycle. Personal stories are effective approach, but of
course they should be related to the point you're making.
Have
you ever gotten teary-eyed or a lump in your throat when a speaker told
you how they escaped death in a car accident? Make 'em laugh; make 'em
cry. They'll relate to and remember you for it. And stories just make
your presentation a lot more personal and interesting.


Control your fear of public speaking





Notice I didn't use the word “eliminate, although you may reach that point
with enough experience. A little nervousness is a good thing - it keeps
you on your toes and gives you energy. Just control it, try not to let
your audience feel it. Steve Bull advises, "Nerves and butterflies are
fine - they're a physical sign that you're mentally ready and eager.
You have to get the butterflies to fly in formation, that's the trick."


There are only two reasons I can think of to be nervous or
fearful of giving a presentation. One, you're putting too much
importance on what people think of you (ego). Think of what you can do
for them instead; that's what you're there for. And know that audiences
are on your side. They want you to do a good job; they're not sitting
there judging you unless you're awful.

The other reason - a legitimate one - to be nervous is if you're
unprepared. There's no excuse for this. People don't mind if you make
mistakes but they do mind if you show a lack of concern for them by not
being prepared!
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: How to be Effective When you Speak in Public   الخميس 3 مارس 2011 - 15:19

really mai..iam fear to speak english in front of people not to make mistake
i know that mistakes will make me perfect in english but i was shy Smile
nice topic mai ....



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