Nov 4, 2020
It likely will not surprise you that many professionals do not look forward to presentations and peaking to large groups, and for shy and introverted people in business, it can be excruciating.
Still, it's necessary if you want to stand out in your industry and in high-stakes situations. Whether it’s in an in-house meeting, an online conference, or somewhere in-between, you’re not going to be able to avoid the spotlight forever.
With that in mind, you’re probably on the lookout for some strategies that you can use to calm your nerves and speak in front of others with plenty of confidence.
Today, Kit Pang of Boston Speaks will share several strategies to help you become a good and confident public speaker. It may take time to completely eliminate the nervous energy that creeps up, but you’ll be far better at coping with them.
Kit Pang: Boston Speaks