Introduction | Message | Audience | Structure | Physical Aspects | Psychological Aspects


Theoretical Input | Preparation | Time Keeping | Content Delivery | Methods to convey content | Contact with the audience

One of the most important parts of any public speaking situation is the preparation. A good preparation facilitates the elaboration of a performance, counteracts nervousness during the presentation and can help to react adequately in an “emergency situation” (e.g. mishaps, blackouts …). The preparation could be divided in:

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