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Career Distinction – Friendly Face


One Response to “Career Distinction – Friendly Face”

  1. If you cannot get a friendly face in the audience, create a few before you speak. Take the time to interact with some members of the audience before you speak, ask them why they have come, what their interest in your subject is and if you could answer one question for them or give them one thing to go away with what would it be.

    When you are adressing those points look to the friendly faces, they will be supportive as you are personally addressing their needs. Also you can refer to this in your talk – “A number of you have asked…..” – all of the audience then appreciates that you have taken the time to understand their needs – they all become friendly!

    Just my toonies worth.