Unformatted text preview: memorized, manuscript, impromptu) because it allows the speaker to interact with the audience II. Nonverbal Delivery Tools 1. Consider your attire : Dress appropriately – one step “above” your audience – and avoid distractions 2. Using gestures : Use your hands to enhance your message; be careful of distracting motions 3. Consider your posture and stance : Convey professionalism and confidence 4. Eye contact is one of the most important ways of connecting with your audience 5. Facial expressions should be appropriate to the moment and topic of the presentation 6. Movement : Move around the room but avoid nervous movements like pacing or rocking back and forth 7. Interacting with visual aids 8. Working with groups : Do not draw attention away from the speaker and remember that all presenters are “on stage”...
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This note was uploaded on 05/15/2010 for the course CMS 306M taught by Professor Gomez during the Spring '06 term at University of Texas.
- Spring '06