oral presentation

Delivering effectively your skills

Effective Oral Presentations

Delivering effective oral presentations involves three components: what you say (verbal), how you say it with your voice (vocal), and everything the audience can see about you (visual). For all three components, maximize the signal-to-noise ratio: Amplify what helps, filter out what hurts.

OUR TEAM GROUP

KATHERINE BOLIVAR BORDA

MANUELA BOLAÑOS FERNANDEZ

ORLANDO MONTAÑA GUZMAN

Handling stage fright and mishaps

Great speakers, even the most experienced have been nervous before or during an oral presentation. This stage fright is normal, and can even empower us and challenge us. It is our duty to worry if we make an effective presentation. Consequently, stage fright accept this instead of feeling guilty about it. Let us, therefore, strive to focus this energy elsewhere, except in voice or gestures, maintain eye contact with the audience and instead of our hands twisting nervously we use a pen or pencil, or the same remote control us serve to download these telltale movements.
Tips on Giving Oral Presentations
Tips on Giving Oral Presentations

Delivering as a non-native speaker, we are succesful students of EAN

OUR PROFESSIONALS NEED TO COMMUNICATE THEIR IDEAS ABOUT BUSINESS AND TRADE IN ENGLISH OR ANOTHER LANGUAGE ,THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO KNOW HOW TO PROMOTE OUR COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN A REAL CONTEXT AS CLASSROOMS IN EAN:

We are not non-native speakers of English, therefore it is more difficult to speak naturally in this language. But this is not a barrier when thoroughly prepare our exposure with a well-polished and interesting talk, we will attract the most discerning audience, but if we just recite a written text from the first minute they will be bored. We have to introduced as a non-native speaker a good practice of English, we have to do our pace, and support our spoken discourse with appropriate nuances of voice, which is the most powerful tool that exist in the world.