Yesterday Ro discussed the importance of eye contact. Today I am going to dig deeper and give you a few tips on this subject.
At Tero we believe direct eye contact is essential!
When presenting, always focus on eyes before you begin speaking. Complete a phrase or thought with your eyes staying on one person. Then focus on another set of eyes before beginning your next thought.
This small pause serves as punctuation in your talk, calms you and gives your audience time to register each idea.
As you select people in different parts of the room, you will appear to be looking at more than one person at a time. This will give you control of the room and make the entire audience feel included.
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