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Eye contact

Jul 12

Everyone knows that it is important to maintain eye contact with the audience when speaking in public. But why and how exactly should you do this? Firstly, let’s address the

Projecting your voice: resonance

Jul 05

You are about to make a career-changing presentation and you know that in order to be heard by everyone present and to have an impact, you should project your voice.

The advantages of being a non-native English speaker

Jun 27

You are stressed about making a presentation in English because it’s not your mother tongue, right? You think that everyone is watching and waiting to pick up on your every

Visual aids

Jun 22

Visual aids are an effective way of supporting and bringing an extra to any presentation. However, they should be used moderately as too much can distract the audience from the

Two rules with slides

Jun 14

If you use a PowerPoint during a presentation, always make sure to follow these two rules: Don’t overload your slides. Don’t use any font size smaller than 24 point. Always

Speaking to a wide range of audiences

Jun 07

iving a presentation to an audience with a different linguistic and cultural background can be a very tricky exercise and requires special tact on the part of the speaker. In