Preparation makes introverts the best presenters

Do you feel that you are not confident enough to step onto the stage?

Chances are you would be described as an introvert. There is no need to worry. Famous introverts like Audrey Hepburn, Emma Watson, Rosa Parks, Mahatma Gandhi and Warren Buffett got used to being in the public eye despite their shyness.

There is a common belief that extroverts are the best presenters. They might have character traits which make easier to be in the spotlight. Otherwise, creating a compelling presentation and delivering a message smoothly is not impossible for introverts either. Introverts’ strengths are taking the time for preparation and focusing deeply on one subject. Being prepared gives you confidence to tackle any presentation-related fear. We collected useful tips to turn any introvert into the best presenter.

Robert Daverschot

Robert is a professional moderator, presenter and speaker coach. Robert has years of experience at home and abroad and works for a broad range of industries. He has interviewed ministers, captains of industry and even His Holiness the Dalai Lama. In his dealings with the audience, he always uses Sendsteps. With it, an audience is able to voice their opinions, whereby attendees can cast votes or send in comments to speakers and panels on stage. As such, events turn into lively dialogues with everyone being able to speak up!