How to read a presentation
Most speakers have a serious lack of confidence in themselves and in their own abilities before the public. In an attempt to overcome this insecurity, many people read their reports and presentations, buried in the abstract and their own records, and of course, such an orator will not cause any interest in the audience. You must learn to read any materials to the public so that you are listened to carefully and with pleasure.
First of all, get rid of the fear of public speaking. Determine what is the cause of your fear and your uncertainty. Do not seek to please every listener - go to the rostrum, full of self-confidence, and do not think about how people in the audience treat you. At the moment, you are the master of the circumstances, and in your power to keep the attention of the public. Fear of failures and mistrust of listeners can spoil any performance.
Stop being so serious about mistakes and failures - take them as another source of experience, and not as a fatal event that will ruin your whole life. In every failure there is a positive side, so do not be afraid of your mistakes, and moreover, do not be afraid to seem ridiculous to the audience.
In order for the audience really interested in your speech, learn how to speak correctly before a large audience. Your speech should be expressive, loud and clear, you should not swallow words, long select expressions, and from your speech words-parasites and interjections should disappear. Do not forget about facial expressions and gestures - these nonverbal elements of communication also affect your contact with the audience.
Learn to fluently own your language and emphasize speech with bodily manifestations. Try not to look in the abstract, telling something to the audience - it will allow to keep eye contact with people, and therefore, to keep their interest. Use a number of techniques to attract the attention of listeners - for example, rhetorical questions that stimulate people's thinking process, and metaphors that allow the listener to apply their knowledge and their erudition to assess the situation.
Do not overdo it with expressiveness - do not gesticulate too much and express your emotions too brightly. The calmness of the speaker should be the key to his success. Always start your speech clearly and calmly, attracting the attention of listeners. Then, when the attention of the audience is already won, you can connect a more emotional tone - always listen to the mood of the audience to match it. Speak calmly, accurately and convincingly, and this will bring you luck.