Let Me Teach You How to Read a Room When You're Speaking
There is no better feeling as a public speaker than getting the response you both expect and want from your audience. Are they laughing, smiling, nodding, taking notes? These are good things.
But what happens if they’re frowning, moving in their seats, shaking their heads, leaving (or worse, sleeping)? Learning to detect changes in your audience will help you structure your content and hone your delivery. Read more >