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Body language for presentations

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IZZY MCCARTHY

on 6 May 2013

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Transcript of Body language for presentations

How to control your body language in a presentation. BODY LANGUAGE YOUR BODY LANGUAGE IN PRESENTATIONS BODY LANGUAGE TO BE COVERED: CONTENTS HANDLING
QUESTIONS ? ? ? Body language
choice of words
Tone of voice Choice of words Tone of voice 13% 7% HOW TO WATCH YOUR BODY LANGUAGE WHEN GIVIG PRESENTATIONS BODY LANGUAGE BODY
LANGUAGE TO BE COVERED: CONTENTS HANDLING
QUESTIONS Why is this non-verbal communication important? As you enter, the audience is forming an impression.
Audience might judge pre-maturely. (Assume they are going to be bored)
Lack of vocabulary/ fluency could be mistaken for a lack of confidence.
Body language can help a lot Body language can differ from culture to culture!Can cause distraction!
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