Blog about Audience Response
Everyone, no matter how talented, will experience some sort of public speaking nerves. To start with: this is a good thing. A little tension will make your mind sharp and your performance strong. Nonetheless, fear of course should never get the overhand. Here are 7 tips that will help you to manage your fears for public speaking:
When organizing more than only the annual stakeholder event for your organization, then it can be challenging to align the several events throughout the year. The following 7 tips will help you to offer an event range that is consistent in its message and attractive to attend.
Have you ever experienced the nerves when you go to a business event where you don’t know anyone? 85% of all the people find it challenging to network, for example: walking up to strangers, starting a chat and discuss business. This is a pity, because it prevents you from attracting new clients and business opportunities.
It’s one of these subjects that isn’t always easy to talk about: loneliness. Yet, in many countries and many cities, it is a growing problem. Also in different cities in The Netherlands. One of them, the city of Assen, organized a special meeting with both citizens and professionals representing different sectors [e.g. healthcare, education, churches, municipal authorities etc.]. About 75 people attended an interactive session, that resulted in concrete actions.