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Maintaining eye contact is a sign of respect and interest towards the other person.If someone is talking and you make sure you ae keeping your eyes focused on them then this will make fell that you in fact interested in what they have to say.
If you are always frowing ,this would indicate that you have a negative aura,this will push others way.
You need to sit properly ,avoid slouching and you can ,keep an open posture at all times,learning towords the speaker whenever necessary,to show that you are interested.
Practicing in order for these body language to become natural for you.And little by little,on a daily basis,you need to practice and maintain good body language.constantly remind yourself of what gesture,movements,and expressions you should untill it will be innate in you.. Great speakers are not born ,they are made.
we pursue a holistic approach to vocal training by incorporating exercises for the mind, body and voice. One of the most important components of public speaking is the sound of your voice. It influences the impact of your message, and might even make or break the success of your speech. Fortunately, for many people, good voice quality can be learned.
We start with a voice and speech analysis and the training is packed with activities and assignments which will be customised to match your needs and goals. Extensive videotaping of practice presentations with expert critiques and feedback is a core component of this course.
Breathe from your diaphragm
Moderate your volume
Moderate your pace
Practice breath control
Module 1: Voice work out Breathing, relaxation and voice support Voice culturing for more vocal strength and projection Voice acting for better expression and colour Voice modulation for better voice variety and dynamics Voice exercises for better consonants and vowel quality Right voice tone to elicit the desired emotion
Module 2: Body language Stance, gestures and movement Spatial anchoring Expression by the MOVE technique
Module 3: The different structures of a presentation Knowing your audience Being clear on your 'why ' Developing a brain heart connect with the core message Connecting at both the intellectual and emotional levels Use of power words and predicates
Module 4: Powerful Openings and Closings The 'set up' Starting your speech The Resolve Ending vividly and memorably Bringing your content to life Connecting at the intellectual and emotional level Use of metaphors, quotes anecdotes and story tell
Duration: 10 sessions of 60 minutes each
Charges: Rs. 10,000/-
Payment: Online via Credit Card / Debit Card / Net Banking
Refund Policy: If after 2 sessions participant feels he is not satisfied, he can request for refund.50% Fee refund by account payee cheque. No fee refund after 2 sessions.
Plan for 10-minutes.
Have nice slides.
Speaking of which, don’t read from your deck.
Smile, but not like The Joker.
Don’t try to be funny.
Avoid bullet points.
Put numbers into context.
Keep number slides simple
Share the stage.
ADVICE AND PERSONAL TRAINING