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The end of your speech is arguably even more important than the opening. Conclusions are the speaker’s opportunity to influence what their audience remembers about you and your business. It also reaffirms your authority as someone worth hearing. So, how can you end your speech with a bang, not a whimper?
You’ve delivered the presentation, your attendees are busy scribbling away at the evaluation cards, what do you think they are writing? ‘Dynamic speaker, kept me interested, learnt a lot’, or perhaps a rather less encouraging ‘the biscuits were good’. Making presentations to external organisations, delivering workshops to new starters, conducting seminars during company training days; presentation skills are particularly relevant for the HR professional. However, not all of us are naturals at bringing others on board for the journey and keeping them interested along the way. At the heart of being effective at imparting information that others retain is engagement, here are our top tips to engage your audience.