Speaking in front of a large crowd is not a natural activity for anyone; to get better at it, you need to learn how to do it, prepare and practice, she explains. “It’s a skill, not a talent.” There’s no one checklist that will turn you into a great public speaker overnight. It takes practice, preparation and it helps to get feedback… But remembering these key principles is a good place to start in terms of becoming a better communicator in any situation.
- Plan appropriately.
- Engage with your audience.
- Pay attention to body language.
- Think positively.
- Cope with your nerves.
- Watch recordings of your speeches.
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