Body Language is an important messenger to your audience when giving a presentation. Ever wondered what your body says? Make your message matter by considering three key elements of body language before your next presentation: stance, gestures and confidence.
Stance refers to your overall posture and alignment. How’s yours? Are you standing tall and erect or are you slouching over? Presentation training experts advise that you stand tall and ensure your shoulders are back so that you convey calm, professional poise.
Gestures can add or detract from your overall presentation. Have you ever seen someone who keeps their hands clenched tight at their sides? The message they give shows fear and discomfort. A better approach is to allow your hands to move in alignment with your words. Next time you find yourself giving a presentation, use your gesture zone by keeping your hands above your waist but below your chin.
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