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Give a Good Speech 作一场好的演讲

更新时间:2011-08-30    来源/发布:www.en369.cn    作者/编辑:英语作文网

 我们可以不必像专业演说家般口才了得魅力非凡,但如何在公众场合有效、准确地传达自己的观点是每个人都必须学会的技巧。公众演说可说是绝大多数人的软肋,避之唯恐不及。公众演说并不只局限于上台作演讲,课上回答问题、在团队活动中发表见解等等都属于公众演说的范畴。但其实只要你掌握了要点,你离一名优秀的公众演说者并不遥远。弗朗西斯科·道,www.StrategyandPerformance.com 网站创建人,将从五个方面帮你打造成演讲达人。快来接受改造吧!
  
  When it comes to 1)rallying the troops, there are few things more 2)m align than the company 3)pep talk, and usually for good reason. In general, people are terrible speakers. And while I am usually 4)railing against motivational speakers as an ineffective band-aid for sound leadership policies, a great speech can still be a wonderful tool for re-energizing your staff. Unfortunately, public speaking still tops most people’s list of biggest fears, and there have been precious few improvements over the years.
  I’ve taught hundreds of people, from lawyers to leaders how to improve their public speaking skills with just a few easy steps, and today I am going to share them with you.
  I’m Francisco Dao, founder of Strategy and Performance.
  So what’s the secret of delivering a winning speech? Here are five things you need to know.
  One. Treat your speech like a performance. Most people find the pressures of delivering a public speech terrifying, and they let their nerves negatively affect their delivery. To help you overcome this, think of your speeches as performances, like an athlete. Remember, people are not judging you as a whole; they’re only looking at how you deliver your talk. This technique is actually drawn from sports psychologists, who found that championship 5)caliber athletes create a performance 6)persona, and stay in this character for the entire game. When you walk up on stage, you want to be able to transform, and be ready to put on your “A” game, just like Michael Jordan.
  Two. Power Point is not your friend. Despite its popularity, Power Point does not make you a better speaker. Slide shows and screen presentations should be used sparingly to increase dramatic effect, or only if needed to communicate data, such as numbers. Unless your speech is several hours long, and you have precise notes to convey to the audience, you should never have more than a handful of slides. Ask yourself, “What’s more interesting? You? Or a bunch of Power Point slides?” If youdon’t believe you can be more interesting to an audience than a slide show, you probably shouldn’t be giving a speech. A good speaker should never need slides to outline their talk, or emphasize key points.
  Three. Pay attention to your audience. Just because an audience isn’t actually talking to you, don’t think that a speech isn’t still a two-way conversation. Pay attention to your crowd and look and listen for clues to how they’re responding to you. Are they shifting in their seats? Are they 7)groaning and 8)yawning? Are they focused on you? Or are their eyes wandering toward the exits? If you want to connect with your audience, you need to learn how to notice these clues, and adjust accordingly to recapture your audience’s interest. Always keep in mind that a speech is really just a conversation between one, and many.

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