How You Can Take Conference Speech Questions With Ease

Taking Conference Speech Questions

There’s always that moment when you ask for questions after your conference speech. Because it’s that moment when you know you’ve done it—given your first successful speech at a conference. But wait. Because you might have just given your first speech. Yet you still have to take conference speech questions. And there’s some serious technique to doing that.

Therefore here are some pointers to help you along.

  • Prepare some questions and some answers well before the event.
  • Make sure that you have a microphone primed and ready before you ask for questions.
  • Ask your audience for questions. At the end of your speech, before your conclusion or during your speech, perhaps.
  • Repeat a question if necessary. Perhaps, if the question was asked in a very quiet voice.
  • Direct your answers to the right questioner.
  • Keep your answers short, precise and to the point.
  • Use a "planted" question if you want. Don't worry everyone does it and it certainly helps other questioners.
  • Manage your own time.

These simple pointers should help you with your conference speech question and answers session. And once you’ve done that, then you should relax. Job done. Now you really are ready for your next big event. At the Queen Elizabeth conference centre, perhaps?

“So many men so many questions.”


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