What’s worse than bombing a public speaking engagement? Being in the audience when someone else is bombing a public speaking engagement. Bad presentations provoke a wide range of negative emotions for both speaker and attendees: fear, embarrassment, boredom, anger, regret, and so on.
Friends don’t let friends give terrible speeches.If you want to get better at public speaking and avoid experiencing or causing others to experience negative emotions the next step you step on stage, check out the following SlideShare from Big Fish Presentations. Armed with the 10 commandments of public speaking, you’ll not only avoid presentation fails, but you might just be asked for an encore or two.