Newbie speakers get a little apprehensive about questions. There’s a fear that they’ll be caught off guard – that they’ll look stupid if they don’t have an answer . . .
And they’re right … if they’re unprepared. Just like anything else in life, looking brilliant on stage takes planning.
However, if you really do know your material, prepare properly, and follow a few basic rules, you’ll find it’s the most powerful part of a presentation.
I love Question and Answer sessions. ‘Cause they give me a chance to shine – I can carry on a direct dialogue with my audience and make sure any concerns are addressed.
Here’s what you do. Know your subject area and identify any potential questions that might be sensitive Read More …