Strategic Listening as part of your presentation

In an earlier post, I  wrote about listening with your eyes when you are making a presentation. You don’t do that by splashing a bunch of hideous bullet points up on your screen.

LISTEN to what Tom Peters has to say about listening and try to apply it in a presentation.

You do that by NOT interrupting a member of the audience when she asks you a question. You listen to the entire question before opening your mouth.

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One response to “Strategic Listening as part of your presentation

  1. Consistently take the temperature of your audience. Look at their body language and facial expressions.

    Tom’s advice for listening is very important. Best often to repeat or paraphrase the question to be sure you and the audience understand it.

    Thanks for the Post!

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