When it comes to delivering a talk or presentation, the closing is one of the most difficult parts.
It’s the last thing that your audience hears and remembers.
It doesn’t matter how strong you started or how well you used storytelling and shared interesting data, facts, and information if you have a shaky ending.
But how can you summarise information and finish stronger?
In this week’s episode I am sharing how you can summarise your ideas in your presentations to entertain, inspire, educate, and motivate your audience. I share the step-by-step progress of how you can summarise your ideas and information and give a killer call to action.
Times to check out:
(03:04) Putting your presentation together
(05:28) What is a summary?
(07:31) Using storytelling when summarising
(09:23) Decisions to make for your summary
(11:38) The process to summarise
(14:20) Ending on a high
(16:46) Why use a strong call to action
If you have a presentation coming up and you’d like to learn more communication tips and strategies then get your name on The Fluent Club waiting list so you will be the first to hear when it next opens. Trust me, you don’t want to miss it! The Fluent Club is the best place for design and tech professionals to reach a higher level of fluency, express yourself confidently, and grow as a professional in a fun, supportive environment with like-minded people.
Explaining Your Process with Clarity
WHO AM I: I’m Gemma Keeling, Founder, and CEO at Fluent Speakers. With a Master’s degree in Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition from The University of Oxford, and an undergraduate degree in Spanish and Teaching English as a Second Language, I have extensive training and expertise in education. I have travelled extensively and worked in many different societies and cultures. I coach digital design and tech professionals to improve their communication skills in English.
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