Presentations - Movement

Questions This Guidance Answers: 
  • How do I use movement effectively during presentations?
  • What elements of my body language can I change?
  • What should I be attempting to do during presentations?

How to use movement in presentations.

Presentations regularly come in the top 10 lists about what people are most afraid of. And, we regularly sit through terrible presentations at client sites. Presentation fall into both the Christmas rule: if you do it rarely, and it’s important, you’re likely to underperform. But luckily for us, with presentations, in the land of the blind, the one eyed person rules. You just have to be a little better than everyone else, and you’ll look good.

We’ve covered voice and gestures and now we’re going to talk about movement.


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