Posted 02 Apr 2020, Editor's Desk
The greatest change-makers and world leaders have all been great presenters on stage. To be a great stage presenter, read the strategies below:
Being a great stage presenter or an inspiring speaker is an art. The few that have achieved this success are PM Shri Narendra Modi, Former USA president Barack Obama, Renowned Business coach Dr. Vivek Bindra, Famous American Motivation speaker, and Coach Tony Robbins.
In the times of social media it has now become mandatory for every leader to be fascinating on stage. Your public appearance creates a perception that establishes your personal brand and recall for your business too. Here are few steps which can help you to be a great stage presenter.
1. Be keen about your topic
The first step towards your journey to be a great stage presenter is to be keen, updated and strongly knowledgeable about your topic.
2. Practice and then dive into the audience
Practice makes a man perfect is well-known phrase it’s old but still carries gold.
3. Take a voice lesson
Your voice holds great importance for the success of your presentation. Sound is as important as how it looks. Strong voice modulation leads to a strong engagement. Voice catches the audience a lot more.
To create a buzz among the audience any leader aspiring to be a good stage presenter must be a good storyteller too. It’s better to start your speech while gathering the audience by telling a story which acts a tool to create a buzz around the topic you want to cover.
5. Be Yourself
At the end, you need to be real and know yourself. Don’t try to copy someone else, this may bring more flaws to your speech and it will act as a hurdle in your path to be a pronounced stage presenter. Be humble, real and honest to your audience, this will help you immensely and you will get the desired results in return accordingly.
To be an accomplished stage presenter is an uphill task, but not impossible to achieve. The above mentioned few tips will surely help you out on your route to be one of the better stage presenters.