speaking and presenting skills

Speak­ing and Pre­sen­ta­tion Skills- Speech Tran­si­tions

Even if you don't have to present or speak in front of a huge audi­ence, it's always very handy to have some tips about speak­ing and pre­sen­ta­tion skills. You may need to chair a meet­ing, or present to a meet­ing at work. Speak­ing and pre­sen­ta­tion skills, can give you more con­fi­dence to speak up in a meet­ing about your ideas , or give you extra con­fi­dence in how you present your­self in an inter­view. 

Often our cus­tomers ask about speech and pre­sen­ta­tion skills, and also about hav­ing a rich­er speak­ing voice. So I have gath­ered a few arti­cles and train­ing blogs you can look at to help you improve your skills in both voice pro­duc­tion, and speak­ing and pre­sen­ta­tion skills. 

I came across a great arti­cle by Andrew Dlu­gan who is the edi­tor and founder of ‘Six min­utes', a web­site all about speak­ing and pre­sen­ta­tion skills. In this arti­cle he coach­es you on how to use cer­tain Eng­lish phras­es to tran­si­tion smooth­ly from one part of your pre­sen­ta­tion to anoth­er by using speech tran­si­tions. He says that “Speech tran­si­tions are mag­i­cal words and phras­es that help your argu­ment flow smooth­ly.”

In the arti­cle Andrew Dlu­gan goes through the types of speech tran­si­tions and how and when to use them in your speak­ing and pre­sen­ta­tion skills in a very clear and very under­stand­able way. 

Anoth­er great arti­cle relat­ing to speak­ing and pre­sen­ta­tion skills is ‘how to devel­op con­fi­dence speak­ing' by Chris Witt a coach for effec­tive pre­sen­ta­tions.  In the arti­cle he  presents 10 tips to devel­op con­fi­dence while speak­ing and pre­sent­ing. 

Also have a look at this arti­cle that gives you 4 great tips for voice train­ing and fit­ness.  In this arti­cle you learn some excel­lent tips about keep­ing your voice safe and strong when you need to present to peo­ple, or you have to talk a lot. 

Best wish­es, Esther


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