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people are willing to help someone else accomplish a goal especially if that person is a student. Maybe your research will uncover a path to a new product or a process that will save you time and money. Scan your audience for a potential new client, a high-level manager, or a competitor who might be impressed with what you have to say. Who knows what might show up when you re open to possibilities
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1. What should you do if a re alarm goes off during your talk (a) Talk louder. (b) Get out. (c) Get the audience out, and then leave yourself. (d) Call for help. 2. What should you do if your slides won t work (a) Do your presentation without the slides. (b) Try to use your slides on another computer. (c) Ask for technical help. (d) All of the above 3. What should you do if your lead-in speaker talks too long (a) Stick with your original plan; you can still get in all of your material. (b) Ask the audience for a few more minutes to make up for the time you lost. (c) Shorten your presentation, and end on time. (d) Complain about the previous speaker. 4. What should you do if you feel sick on the day you re scheduled to speak (a) Reschedule to a time more convenient for you. (b) Speak as planned. (c) Ask the meeting planner what he or she would like you to do. (d) It depends.
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5. What is serendipity (a) A sense of peacefulness (b) A speech software program (c) An accidental discovery (d) Sound judgment in making decisions
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1. d* 2. c 3. b 4. c 5. a *The most accurate facts would come from the Internet and the library. The most accurate human interest details might come from interviews.
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TIPS FROM THE PROS BIOS
Tom Champoux is the president and cofounder of the Effectiveness Institute in Redmond, Washington. For the past thirty-four years, Tom has honed his skills as a speaker, facilitator, and consultant throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Great Britain. With the use of humor, storytelling, and common sense, Tom constantly delivers the message that trust, respect, and dignity are the crucial elements that make relationships work both personally and professionally. For more information, visit www.effectivenessinstitute.com.
John Coerper is manager of retail programs for AAA s national of ce in Heathrow, Florida. He also teaches at Seminole Community College, has lectured at universities, and has spoken at corporate and trade events around the world. He does leadership and communications in corporate and nonpro t venues. Contact John at CoerperSolutions@aol.com.
Ann Craig is an adjunct professor and intercultural communications specialist who has lived and worked internationally. Her expertise is in the facilitation and design of programs on intercultural communications and presentation skills, the management of multisite training projects, and situation analysis and intervention. She can be reached at annscraig@aol.com.
Robert A. Deen III, M.Div., is the senior minister and director of the Greater Philadelphia Center for Spiritual Living in Paoli, Pennsylvania. He is a teacher, speaker, and facilitator, working with groups at home and abroad. His vision is to inspire and support people s personal transformation, thereby bringing about positive change in our world. For more information, visit www.rsiphiladelphia.org.
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