Engaging an audience and managing their participation is a common culprit of presenter anxiety, but there’s another, lesser-known issue at play: audiences can struggle with interactions in presentations, too. After all, it’s easy to feel uncomfortable if you’re asked to participate in something without knowing what’s expected of you. Why must engaging — on either side of the equation — be so difficult?
On October 13th, at 10am PT/1pm ET, Matt Abrahams, a lecturer on organizational behavior at Stanford Graduate School of Business and Co-Founder of Bold Echo Communications Solutions, will share tactics he uses to seamlessly add interactions to presentations.
His advice will include:
- How to manage anxiety prior to speaking
- Employing best practices for preparing your audience for an interactive presentation
- How to facilitate participation in the moment, such as how to call for and answer questions
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