Don’t Ignore Different Personality Traits in the Audience in Live Presentations.

Robert King – America’s Presentation Coach – at The Homestead in Hot Springs, VA asks the question: “Why are you presenting to only 25% of your audience?”

Each of us have dominate personality traits. Unfortunately, most presenters speak in a way that they would like to be spoken to, without any concern for other personalities in the room. For example, if the presenter has a more direct and to-the-point personality, he/she might speak or present in a more direct way. This can unintentionally alienate 75% of your audience.  A better understanding of basic personality traits can help curb these tendencies.

Also, folks, make sure you have an outside resource taking an honest look at your presentations. This single strategy could have drastic benefit on your effectiveness.¤

 

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2 Responses to Don’t Ignore Different Personality Traits in the Audience in Live Presentations.

  1. Damon Adan says:

    You have observed very interesting points! ps nice site.

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