"A few weeks ago I gave a presentation and did not have time for Q & A. Is the Q & A session really that important?" Maggie asks.
Question and answer sessions are where presentations enter the real world. They are where the audience shifts from passive to active.
This is your chance to truly interact with audience members. Questions or comments from the audience, either during the presentation or following it, offer several opportunities. They can help to ensure your message has been received as intended, clarify any misunderstandings and reinforce important points.
For the audience this is an opportunity to collect additional details and evaluate how well the speaker thinks on his or her feet.
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