Customised training for companies
“A good speaker: nature or nurture? Listening to a speaker who influences us, inspires us and makes us reflect is a gift that we always appreciate. When this happens, we tend to think that the speaker is improvising and that everything flows naturally. They're not acting and they're present at that very moment, as if they were saying for the first time what they're explaining to us. We can all move and impact the audience if we put our mind to it and follow the Zen rules: moderation in preparation, simplicity in design and naturalness in delivery". Matthew Ray
- Structure and simplify your presentations. Less is more.
- Create presentations with a logical and simple structure that makes it easy for the audience to understand the information you want to convey.
- Adapt your presentations to each audience that you are presenting to.
- Engage the audience from the very beginning.
- Create visual presentations (PowerPoint, Prezi, etc.) that have an impact on the audience.
- Regulate your voice and use pauses to emphasise key points.
- Eliminate 'fillers' that hinder communication.
- Use your body and gestures in a consistent way that encourages communication.