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How to Master the Art of Public Speaking There are numerous scenarios where you can achieve important objectives through effective public speaking. A case in point is the chance to scale the corporate ladder or build new opportunities when granted a chance to talk about your employer at a gathering or deliver a talk after accepting an award. The art of presentation may also apply if you’re giving a presentation online to a group of clients or tutoring in a virtual classroom. But what really is great public speaking? Read on for strategies on how to master public speaking: Have a Good Plan Having a proper plan for your public speech is very important. Develop a clear structure for your speech that starts with a captivating introduction. Know your main points well and have a clear objective for your speech. It’s also important to plan for your last words in summing up your talk.
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To speak with confidence and authority, you must practice many times. Therefore, make a conscious effort to grab an opportunity where you can give a speech before an audience, be it your friends or co-workers. And when you have a talk that’s ready for delivery, read it many times over, and if you wish, you could deliver it before an imaginary crowd sometimes. In the course of practicing, try to use alternative words and phrases, letting the main ideas remain in your head to deliver the speech in the most natural way possible. Engage the Crowd You may be the speaker, but not the only person present, and such, you need to engage your audience. There are many benefits of engaging an audience as you speak before them, and one important benefit is that it keeps people listening to you to the end. So, what’s the strategy for keeping an audience engaged? An effective method involves asking questions while also letting and motivating the crowd to ask their own questions or even offer solutions. If real time participation of the audience is not possible (such as during online presentations), you can prepare your speech to include rhetorical, thought-provoking, and persuasive questions. Take Care of Your Body Language If you’re sure about what you’re speaking about, your body language will prove it. Don’t be nervous under any circumstances. Take a straight body posture, breathe deeply, smile occasionally, and most importantly, look your audience in the eye. In case you’re using a stand to deliver your speech, never lean on it and fail to naturally use gestures. Unless you need a podium for holding your presentation notes, avoid speaking from behind it. Starting from scratch to eventually become a great public speaker involves a lot of planning, practice, and confidence as discussed above.