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managing stress in the moment, and asserting yourself in a respectful way (, 2018). To elaborate, engage in listening so this is not a one-sided conversation. The elected officials concerns and questions are just as important as the presented information. Clear, factual information should be given when asked. Non-verbal communication includes eye contact, sitting up straight and professional, and not fidgeting with things like pencils or objects. Managing stress is important if a disagreement arises and the presenter and official do not see eye to eye. Becoming angry will never be beneficial in a situation like this and will not prove a point. Lastly, asserting yourself in a respectful way shows confidence, true concern and professionalism.
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PRESENTATION PREPARATION Self-Evaluation After reviewing the video, I noticed it could certainly use some improvement, but I was not going to redo it, but rather use it a learning experience and critique with the following. On content: I feel the positive was my introduction. I stated my name, school, degree, and what my final goal for school was. This gives the official an idea of where I am coming from and my background. I feel an area to improve on would be the solution the childhood obesity. I jumped around a lot on discussing that and could have been more concise. On method of delivery: Similar to the introduction of self, the positive in this would be an effective opening. An area for improvement would be to stay connected to the audience. I found my thoughts would stray and it would take a minute to focus on what I needed to say. On style of delivery: I think my appearance would be a positive. I was dressed appropriately with no excessive make up or
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