Ngôn ngữ tiếng anh trong thuyết trình (phần cuối: cách dừng và đặt câu hỏi)
- DOS AND DON’TS: Body language.
- Make eye contact: loot at each person in the audience for about a second, before leaving on the next person. Don’t concentrate on just one or two people.
- Don’t speak to the equipment or the screen: face the audience at all time.
- Smiling is fine at appropriate moments, but not too much.
- Use gesture (hand movements) to emphasize key points.
- Stay more or less in one place; don’t move around too much
- Avoid mannerisms (ways of moving and speaking which you do repeatedly without realizing).
- Key phrases: Closing and dealing with questions.
Let me sum up. Firstly, we looked at technical skills, secondly, at management skills and last, but by no means least, at interpersonal skills. In my view, the secret for success in the future is going to be interpersonal skills. That brings me to the end of my presentation. Are there any questions?
How to answer questions:
- That’s a fair point. I know that some consultants don’t have a good image…
- That’s confidential. I’m afraid I’m not at liberty to tell you.
- That’s not really my field. But I can put you in touch with someone in my organization who is working on Internet application.
- The questioner would like to know what sort of background the people recruit really have. Is that right?
- Well, I think that goes beyond the scope of today’s presentation. Today, I wanted to concentrate on…, not go into particular case studies…
- I’m afraid we’ve run out of time. But if you’d like to come and discuss that with me now, I’ll try and give you an answer.
If a member of the audience didn’t hear a question, they might say:
- Sorry, I didn’t catch the question- could you repeat what the questioner said?
“I think that’s a good place to stop. Thank you for listening”.
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