By Max Atkinson
The room darkens and grows hushed, all eyes to front because the display involves existence. Eagerly the viewers begins to thumb the pages in their handouts, following alongside breathlessly because the slides move by means of one after the other...We're uncertain what the anticipated consequence was once while PowerPoint first emerged because the average version of presentation, yet truth has proven few confident effects. study unearths that there's a lot approximately this layout that audiences certainly dislike, and that the old fashioned ideas of classical rhetoric are nonetheless as potent as they ever have been for maximizing effect. well known communications researcher, advisor, and speech trainer Max Atkinson offers those findings and extra in a groundbreaking and fresh procedure that highlights the secrets and techniques of winning communique, and indicates how someone can placed those into perform and develop into a good speaker or presenter.Topics Include:· the right way to win and carry the eye of audiences;· utilizing visible aids and PowerPoint extra effectively;· Getting your message throughout and profitable applause;· Inspiring audiences;· how one can organize quickly;· truth and fiction approximately physique language and non-verbal conversation.
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Extra resources for Lend Me Your Ears: All You Need to Know about Making Speeches and Presentations
As members of an audience, we may not even be particularly interested in the topic to begin with. Worse still, and unlike in conversation where we can do something about our lack of interest by changing the subject, we have no control over how the subject of a presentation or speech will be developed. It’s the speaker who has sole responsibility both for selecting the material and organising it into an orderly sequence. Nor do we have much idea about exactly what’s going to be included, or how the subject matter is going to be divided up – until or unless the speaker gives us advance notice of what’s to come, and the order in which the points will be covered.
You might, for example, have seen signs of puzzlement or boredom emanating from the audience, in which case you may decide to add some previously unplanned words of clarification, an illustrative example, or perhaps a summary of the argument so far. On the face of it, a short pause of a second or so might not seem nearly long enough to take stock, let alone to change course if that appears to be necessary. But our years of experience as conversationalists have already made us old hands when it comes to interpreting and producing talk in the split seconds that separate the turns in everyday conversation.
And if we’re confused about where things have got to in relation to where they were supposed to be going, our ability to understand and keep on paying attention will go into a progressive decline. The problems of understanding faced by audiences and the difficulty of doing something about them are therefore very different from the way they arise and are dealt with in conversation. This means that the speaker’s main challenge is to make sure that the subject matter is presented in a way that the audience can follow.
Lend Me Your Ears: All You Need to Know about Making Speeches and Presentations by Max Atkinson