capturing an audience’s attention
Taking an audience’s attention is an important part of delivering an effective presentation. Research shows that a person’s average attention span is eight seconds. If you want to capture this attention, you need to be creative. Having a powerful opening gambit will help you keep the audience’s attention. You can use surprising facts or add a touch of show business to your presentation. You can also use emotional elements to create a bond with the audience.
When delivering a presentation, you need to remember that you are not an authority. You are a person with a unique voice and you should put yourself in the audience’s shoes. You must also be able to convey your message in a way that is both clear and readable. You should also incorporate concrete examples and relatable people to help the audience relate to your content.
Your content must be scalable, so that it can be adapted to fit a wide range of audiences. It should also offer value. If you fail to capture an audience’s attention, you will have lost a valuable conversion opportunity. For example, if you are delivering a presentation on sales, you may want to consider using a video to demonstrate how you can increase your sales. The video can be used offline or online.