Eliminating unconscious bias from Recruitment Practices

Sunday, December 28, 2014 - 09:58

Delivery of speech is instrumental in getting the point across to an audience who may or may not be receptive to what you have to say. Sweaty palms, knocking knees and lack of eye contact are all common symptoms of a speaker plagued by stage fright.

  1. Always have a clear goal
    You cannot make your point if you do not know where you are going in your presentation. Establish your goal and visualise the response you want from your audience. WHen you have desvised a path of how to reach your goal, you shall be on the road to delivering an effective presentation.
  2. Prepare early and practice
    Once your speaking date is set, you need to start preparing. Plan your PowerPoint presentation by using storyboards and notes.