By David Rose – Director, LACS Training Brussels
A Belgian ex-CEO turned teacher, an American professor of Speech and Britain’s ‘TV rock star of science’…
… An eclectic mix of presenters you’d expect to have different presentation styles, yes?
Yes, their individual styles naturally vary. But they all share a common set of deliberate techniques that help make them really engaging speakers. You don’t forget how they made you feel.
So, without taking up any more of your time, here they are! Continue reading
By David Rose
As you may have already seen on the blog, I’ve published a series of three articles giving practical tools to improve your public speaking and presentation skills.
In tandem, I’ve provided some good examples of public speakers illustrating the key techniques outlined in the articles.
By popular demand, here’s a second set of example videos of excellent public speakers in action.
You’ll realise one thing when watching them… Continue reading
By David Rose
Following my series of three articles on practical tools to improve your public speaking and presentations, I’d like to share some good examples of different public speakers illustrating these techniques in practice.
I hope you find them useful!
1. Chunking (pausing and emphasis) and Body Language
Note the use of chunking and co-ordinated body language (hand gestures to illustrate key points, ranging eye contact etc.) in the two speeches below:
(a) Tony Blair, Council on Foreign Relations, 03/12/08 – VIDEO