Whether the target is to give a report or to convert sales, practising nonverbal cues is a great step:
For example, how many facial gestures should I show? Do I need to walk around and use my hands? Is eye contact important? How do I project my voice?
Another essential part is the ability to present to an English-speaking audience. Culture-wise, what are the dos and don’ts? What are some cultural values that need to be considered? How to avoid misunderstandings?
Fortunately, with tips from experienced trainers (and if you’re lucky enough, native trainers), the amount of time to research culture differences can be minimized.
- Choosing a Lasting Message to Conclude:
Different audiences and goals will require different ways to summarize a presentation. General tips include the following: be concise, deliver a clear call-to-action message, be consistent with the target message, and choose the right words to make an impression that will last. But all types of presentations will need thorough planning for its ending:
- What to conclude
- Strategies for a good conclusion
- Phrases for effective conclusion
Additionally, a presentation usually involves a Question and Answer session in the end, which can be challenging.
The great part of learning English Presentation Skills with English Today is that we don’t just teach you to present, but we also guide you on handling other aspects of your presentation such as: “How to handle Question and Answer Sessions?” and “How to anticipate and reform questions?”
We have the answers.
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