How Well Do You Use the Power of Pause When Speaking?
Whenever effective public speakers end a sentence or phrase, they usually pause. This gives listeners time to absorb their words. Nervous presenters often do the opposite: The stress of being in front of an audience causes them to speak faster and faster, rushing past the pauses. Here’s a great quick tip for people who are speacking, whether to a large group as an official presentor, or just around a conference talble.
I find as a coach, this information is especially useful to women who are in roles that they need to be taken seriously. Hope you enjoy it!