VIDEO: GIVING YOUR SPEECH AT THE CONFERENCE

How To Give Your Conference Speech

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How To Give Your Speech At The Conference

It’s the day of your big conference at which you are giving a speech. So how ready are you? Fully prepared, of course. But there are still one or two more things that you can do before you consider giving your speech.

Therefore here are five tips to make sure you are ready with your speech.

  1. Make sure that you set up properly with the event organiser before giving your speech. This is so that you are familiar with everything.
  2. Meet your audience beforehand. This is important, because it will help to dissolve any tension you might have about giving your speech.
  3. Prepare an introduction so that someone else can introduce you and your speech at the right time.
  4. Check the timing of your speech and make sure that you hit the agreed timing.
  5. Know how questions will be organised at your conference. That’s because they are all different, so be prepared.


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Giving Your Speech

Giving Your Speech

Giving your speech doesn’t have to be nerve-wracking. Just aim to use these five tips so that you are ready on the big day. No doubt your whole speech will go like clock-work. So, good luck with your speech.

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