public speaking techniques

short presentations are presentation that have limited number of slides ranging from 12-20 and time duration ranging from 2-15 minutes

A Comprehensive Guide on Short Presentations

A short presentation is a presentation that conveys a point or a topic in brief within the span of 5 to 12 mins. It generally sticks to the main idea with a speed of 120-160 words per minute. Short presentations approximately have 12-20 slides depending on the depth of the topic and also differ in …

A Comprehensive Guide on Short Presentations Read More »

Write in Third Person

Everything You Need to Know to Write & Speak In Third Person

The third person is frequently used in formal writing, such as research and argumentative papers. When you write in the third person, things become more impersonal and impartial. This impartiality makes the writer appear less prejudiced and, thus, more believable in academic and professional writing. The usage of the third person aids in keeping the …

Everything You Need to Know to Write & Speak In Third Person Read More »

8 Tips to avoid Speaking too fast in a Presentation

Don’t you just hate it when you are just prepared to be done with your presentation? You begin with your presentation and there it is, a voice saying “could you please go a little slow”. Take it from my personal experience or venting. Well at least I had a reason called ‘time limit.’ You might …

8 Tips to avoid Speaking too fast in a Presentation Read More »

Ways to get out of presentations, to avoid presenting in front of people

9 Clever Ways to get out of a Presentation

Ever attended a boring presentation and thought to yourself why am I even here; or worse thought you were going to give a boring presentation and had the same thought as mentioned above? Having to wait before your turn in presentation is the scariest feeling of all; contrastingly, going through with it and delivering a …

9 Clever Ways to get out of a Presentation Read More »

invited speaker

What is an Invited Speaker? (Everything You Need To Know)

Amongst other things, a successful event is determined by whether the information discussed in the event was worth the time of your audience. As an organiser, you are expected to deliver the best experience under the decided theme of the event. You therefore start to gather all the resources you can find to fulfil this …

What is an Invited Speaker? (Everything You Need To Know) Read More »

Public speaking is a skill that require good social and communication skills

Public Speaking Skills: Soft or Hard? 

What is a Hard and a Soft Skill?  Hard skills are technical abilities learned and improved through repetition and continuous practice. They play a significant part in improving the productivity of a person, needed in today’s resume-centered era.   Hard skills are abilities that can be certified formally. Some examples of hard skills include proficiency in …

Public Speaking Skills: Soft or Hard?  Read More »

A presenter ending his presentation

6 Big Don’ts While Ending a Presentation (& What to do Instead)

A presentation is a slideshow or speech that a presenter gives to an audience. While all components of a business presentation are crucial, the ending can determine whether or not your presentation makes a lasting impression on your audience.  A badly delivered closing remark can dramatically derail a presentation that has otherwise gone well. As …

6 Big Don’ts While Ending a Presentation (& What to do Instead) Read More »

Public Speaking Mistakes Avoid

13 Public Speaking Mistakes (and how to avoid them)

“Public speaking” – two words, as threatening as they may sound, they don’t have to be. And yet, being scared to speak in public is a genuine problem many people across the world face. I am sure, you and us both at one point or another have experienced the jitters before taking up the stage …

13 Public Speaking Mistakes (and how to avoid them) Read More »

How long does it take to master public speaking?

Mastering any skill requires time, practice and patience, and public speaking is no different. There is biographical evidence that to master any skill, you would require about 10,000 hours of practice. That’s how most geniuses are made – with that many hours of hard work put in. But to simply get better at what you …

How long does it take to master public speaking? Read More »

Scroll to Top

Kindly drop your contact details so that we can arrange call back