If you’ve prepared well, what could possibly go wrong with your presentation? You’d be amazed! Here’s some tips for what to do to make sure you avert disaster – and what you’ll need to do after you’ve spoken.
If you’ve been invited to give a presentation, you might assume that you can safely leave promotion of the event to the organiser. You could be wrong. In the end, you want a big audience, just like the event organiser, so doing your bit to market the event helps you both.
It’s almost impossible to over-prepare for a speaking opportunity, and it’s never too soon to start your preparation. Follow these tips and you’ll be well on your way to a successful presentation.
The better you know your audience, the more able you are to give them something valuable. These are the questions you should ask as you do your research into what’s needed.
The series of posts that starts tomorrow is aimed at you, if you’ve been asked to speak at a networking or other business event, and you’re new to public speaking. You need some pointers to how you can ensure your presentation goes smoothly, and how you can maximise the opportunity you’ve been given.