By Raymond M. Olderman

ISBN-10: 0028616006

ISBN-13: 9780028616001

Studying to speak successfully can clear up loads of difficulties within the place of work sooner than they take place. This e-book explains the entire crucial tools of conversation and contains fabric on non-verbal and move cultural communique.

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Plain English Close-ended questions have only one correct answer or a brief one- or two-word response. I l@ve RuBoard I l@ve RuBoard Create Dialogue with Open-Ended Questions If you want to begin a dialogue with your listeners and elicit a meaningful response from them, you must ask open-ended questions. Plain English 44 45 Open-ended questions have no right or wrong answers or one-word responses. They ask for listeners' opinions, attitudes, feelings, and experiences. For example, one speaker was talking to an audience about ways to expand the use of their telephones at home.

Demonstrates your expertise as an authority on the material that you're presenting. Plain English Evidence is data that either proves or disproves a viewpoint, like the material presented in a court of law to prove a person's innocence or guilt. Evidence is an essential element in a presentation, but before you get down to the tough business of gathering it, you'll have to do some preliminary work. I l@ve RuBoard I l@ve RuBoard Mind-Map Your Material One of the most effective approaches to gathering evidence is a process called mind-mapping.

53 54 I l@ve RuBoard I l@ve RuBoard Never Forget These Four Steps So many speakers begin a presentation with high energy and good eye contact only to forget these essential skills when they start to present their visual aids. Somehow all their energy disappears, and instead of looking at their audience, they focus all their attention on the visual aid, talking to it with their backs to the listeners. There is a far more effective way to work with visual aids, which enables you to continue using all your presentation skills.

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