LeadershipPERSONIFY YOUR PROJECT
Public speaking generally represents a time when we put too much pressure on ourselves: make sure you don’t forget anything, be natural… As if the performance was only based on the controlled image of yourself that you put forth!
In order to be heard, you need to first create confidence-based conditions. That is why true performance is based on your ability to sincerely convey a committed message.
When you’re an expert and you’re talking to a novice audience… it can get complicated! If you simplify too much, there is no point in having hired an expert. And if they do not understand anything, it is not very useful either… How to avoid the expertise trap?
After having overcome the challenge of a hostile audience last week, you feel invincible, ready to conquer any audience, assuming that no matter what happens, you have lived and conquered the worst and that therefore, nothing can stop you. If it’s true that presenting in front of a hostile audience – because of the stress…
When someone interrupts to comment or ask questions about your presentation, PowerPoint cannot do anything for you. Especially when the audience is hostile, it is important to quickly take on the appropriate stance so as not to lose control of the presentation. Easier said than done, so how do we do it?
Nobody likes to talk in a vacuum. And yet, this has already happened to all of us. So, how can we capture the attention, under any circumstances, of someone who is not necessarily ready to listen to you?
Can we speak without manipulating? This question comes up regularly as soon as we talk about storytelling. But it mainly haunts those who are sincere and have good intentions. So how do you prepare without feeling that you’re manipulating others?
If you read us regularly, it means you’re searching for good tips and tricks to improve your public speaking skills. Yet, there are 3 reasons why reading tips is useless!
The more we expose ourselves to the view of others, the more our need to control our image is strong. But the more we care about the image we project, the more we miss the goal!