This cast describes how to be effective when you are one of several speakers to a larger audience.

What do we do when we're one of a number of speakers, at, say, a daylong conference or a management offsite, and no ground rules have been set? Other speakers have come before, and there have been different approaches in terms of handling questions, timing, slides, introductions, handing off to the next speaker.

We've seen many professionals fall into the trap of accepting an audience that hasn't been appropriately prepared. This cast teaches the basics of how to deliver effectively when you inherit such an audience.

This Cast Answers These Questions

  • How do I deal with speaking in the middle of a meeting?
  • Do I follow the normal conventions?
  • How do I handle questions from an inherited audience?

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