It would appear that a great presenter has a natural knack for engaging an audience. You may also suppose that one is born a captivating speaker—not so. The simple difference between you and an engaging speaker is their use and understanding of these seven keys. Learn the seven keys, use them, and you too can be a great presenter. And let’s face it, in today’s environment being able to communicate your ideas clearly and persuasively is a must if you wish to move ahead in this world.
Each person you encounter gives you the opportunity for a presentation. Perhaps it’s a spouse, a child, or a colleague who provides you with that opportunity. A simple exchange may seem inconsequential but you are always presenting yourself and your ideas. Every interaction or exchange contains an element of persuasion. The length, strength and duration of the interaction may at times be more or less intense yet persuasive none the less. Every encounter provides the backdrop to use the keys for wholesome and engaging communication.
A brief one on one conversation with a colleague or boss may be your stepping stone up the corporate ladder. Make sure the keys are secure within you so you are ready to take the next step toward upward mobility.
Amazingly, the seven keys are easy to identify and simple to learn. These keys can be used independent of one another yet it is the merging of the seven keys that creates true greatness. You are only seven keys away from being an engaging, persuasive, memorable presenter.