Public speaking skills are important to any professional.  We frequently discuss ways to improve them around the Proof Management water cooler. We have come across the following methods that work well:

  • Prepare to Impress: Before we deliver a speech of any kind, we visit the venue early to get comfortable in our surroundings. We also dress to impress and give ourselves a few minutes to get centered before taking the podium. Combined with lots of rehearsal, these strategies help us feel confident and ready to share our thoughts with the audience.
  • Create a Map of Key Points: We think about the two or three major points we want to make in every speech, and then we create a logical sequence for emphasizing them. The idea is to make it easier for the audience to recognize and appreciate each key point as it arrives during the presentation.
  • Make Connections: Making strong impressions on consumers and industry peers is a main element of the Proof Management ethos, and it extends to our speaking engagements. Rather than read directly from our notes, we take time to make eye contact with audience members and use vocal modulations to relay our emotions and passion for what we’re discussing.

Like Proof Management on Facebook for more insights into how we’re improving as public speakers. You will also find company updates and notes on our standout team members.

Public speaking skills are important to any professional.  We frequently discuss ways to improve them around the Proof Management water cooler. We have come across the following methods that work well:

  • Prepare to Impress: Before we deliver a speech of any kind, we visit the venue early to get comfortable in our surroundings. We also dress to impress and give ourselves a few minutes to get centered before taking the podium. Combined with lots of rehearsal, these strategies help us feel confident and ready to share our thoughts with the audience.
  • Create a Map of Key Points: We think about the two or three major points we want to make in every speech, and then we create a logical sequence for emphasizing them. The idea is to make it easier for the audience to recognize and appreciate each key point as it arrives during the presentation.
  • Make Connections: Making strong impressions on consumers and industry peers is a main element of the Proof Management ethos, and it extends to our speaking engagements. Rather than read directly from our notes, we take time to make eye contact with audience members and use vocal modulations to relay our emotions and passion for what we’re discussing.

Like Proof Management on Facebook for more insights into how we’re improving as public speakers. You will also find company updates and notes on our standout team members.