This is how you can easily keep your audience tuned in! Crack the code!
Karel had a good strong voice; his pace of speaking was fine. He had a strong posture and it seemed like he knew what he was talking about. Ben came right after Karel with his prepared presentation and Ben possessed the same tops as Karel, showcasing the same “high status behavior” as we call it in the presenting world: good strong voice, good tempo, strong posture, fluent story.
The big difference between the two however was that we all tuned out after a few minutes in Karel’s case, whereas with Ben, we effortlessly remained tuned in from the beginning until the end.
What was the big difference between Karel and Ben?
Why did we tune out so soon with Karel?
Why was it so easy to follow Ben?
Was the content so much different between the two? No not really, both were covering information from their daily jobs, which was in essence the same.
What was happening was that Karel was constantly pushing his information. Ben, however, was presenting as if he was having a conversation with his audience. He was effortlessly being clear and engaging. You could sense the change in energy in the entire room once Ben started to talk.
Do you want to learn how to be like Ben? To be an effortlessly, clear and engaging presenter?
You do not need years of training to reach that level. In one day, you can already crack the code in my one-day presentation skills training. In this training you will learn the basics of clear and engaging presenting. With a few tweaks you will understand and know how to effortlessly keep your audience tuned in from beginning to end.
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