Three smart moves before you give your next speech — Business Management Daily: Free Reports on Human Resources, Employment Law, Office Management, Office Communication, Office Technology and Small Business Tax Business Management Daily
Many speakers don’t realize how much they distract their listeners. Three of the biggest obstacles can be overcome. First, remove all loose change, jewelry or dangling keys before you approach the podium. This prevents you from unconsciously fiddling while you talk— or making jangling noises as you move around. Second, plant your feet and stand up straight. Allow yourself to pace only a few steps during transitions. Finally, never turn away from the audience to read from a screen. Always face your listeners.
Get weekly updates on breaking news and business advice to help you advance your career! The week's top stories and resources will be sent right to your inbox. Choose the topics you're interested in:
To help you save time, and end the frustration caused by poorly run meetings, Administrative Professional Today has teamed up with Susan Leahy, founder and co-creator of RobertsRulesMadeSimple.com, to bring you this one-of-a-kind training....Click here to find out more.