performance tips

"All the great speakers were bad speakers at first" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

The techniques required to deliver a confident, clear and well-structured presentation can be learned by anyone. We all have the ability to engage and entertain others. It is understanding and practising those key skills that make great speakers.

Below are some practical performance tips you can use during your next presentation.

mark your territory

Don't stay rooted to the spot when presenting - really own the stage

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use elephant pauses

Slow down your presentations to maximum effect with this simple pausing technique

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share eye contact

Keep your audience engaged by sharing your eye contact with the whole room

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avoid -filler- words

Banish 'right', 'ok', 'so' and all the others from your presentations to enhance your message

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be in the moment

Being present in the moment can elevate your presentation to a different level

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manage your confidence

Confidence is something you can have full control over as this simple exercise shows

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