Q: What is the secret of delivering a good presentation?
A: The audience is interested.
Q: How do I know that they will be?
A: If it is interesting, entertaining, and your audience can see themselves in your presentations… your audience will be interested.
Therefore, ask yourself these three questions:
- Who is my audience?
- What is their interest in my subject?
- If they embrace my subject what is the result to them?
In other words, we are often “selling” the result of what we are addressing in our presentation, not the presentation itself. I share more on capturing your audience’s interest in this brief video:
When you first set out to create your presentation, start by knowing your audience – knowing not only what they need, but also what they want. Your audience must have buy-in for your topic, so let them know what it might mean to them, how it can profit them, how it can enhance their lives.
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Make Your Audience Interested & Keep Them Engaged
Connect with your audience and keep them engaged. Here are just a few of the many complimentary resources on Fripp.com to help you:
- Three Ways to Emotionally Connect with Your Audience
- How Can You Grab Your Audience? Expert Advice
- Do You Alienate Your Audience? Make A “You” Turn
- Want to Connect with Every Audience, Every Time? You Need To
- Build Emotional Connection Through Eye Contact
- Do You Know How to Keep Your Audience Interested?
- Connect with Your Audience – Why & How to Customize
- Speak to Create Understanding – Consider Your Audience’s Unspoken Questions
Executive Speech Coach and Hall of Fame Keynote Speaker Patricia Fripp works with those who realize that powerful, persuasive presentation skills give them a competitive edge.