Picture this: you are thrilled because you have a shot at getting in front of your ideal audience.
To enroll them in your idea, you spend some time working out your content. As you deliver the presentation, you assume that you’ll figure out the rest.
You deliver your speech and are quite pleased with your presentation. You’re relieved to finish, the audience claps, and some people ask questions.
Then you wait. And wait. And wait.
You check your phone to make sure it’s working.
Confusion turns into frustration.
You simply don’t understand why you’re not getting calls because they seemed to love your message. Your time, effort, money, travel and nothing to show for it.
If you presented to an audience, but your idea is not accepted, they don’t buy into your services, or you’re not getting leads, I invite you to consider you’re leaving out important elements in the presentation process.
While presenting may seem easy, it takes more than being comfortable speaking in front of a group. There are key strategic, tactical, and developmental elements to generating a positive outcome.
From reverse engineering your presentation to engaging the audience, your presentation should be an experience that leaves your audience with value and a clear outcome. If you’re wanting to authentically connect with your audience, it takes a commitment to uniting your strategy, tactics, and developmental elements with each presentation.
The speaker who prepares will be the one relaxed and at ease. It’s this authenticity that will keep you top of mind.
What would you need to put into your next presentation so that you achieve your desired outcomes?
If you’re inspired to learn the strategy, tactics, and developmental framework to deliver a magnificent presentation, join us for Speaker Lab on June 22 with feedback sessions on July 13 and 20, 2022.
As soon as you’re registered, you’ll take your human wiring assessment to understand your authentic delivery style.