3 different stages of a verbal presentation

A verbal presentation is a great tool to establish and extend your business. But a random extempore must be avoided. A full preparation with multiple rehearsals is what makes a speech attractive and purposive. Yes, a scattered improvisation does a world of good in achieving results, but the use of that improvisation must be astute and incisive. All-in-all, a structured presentation with proper placing of words and details must be adhered to with 3 apparently different stages in your speech:

1. Start: The start is vital as it is the start of your speech which holds the weight of your entire presentation. In our blog, namely 6 clever methods to make a powerful start of verbal presentations, we have delved deep to make the start of a speech engaging from the perspective of audience. You must start your speech to locate the emotional core of your audience. The moment you establish an emotional connect, you ensure that your presentation would be heard patiently.  A story, a dilemma or an exciting experience augurs well to engage audience.
2. Specific details: When you know that audience is involved, you can extend your company’s profile, the details of your business and how your offerings are going to solve problems for them. Sticking to brevity would fetch you results. Try to condense all the specific important details in a very short presentation! Sprinkle your speech here with the information that any query would be answered after the end of the presentation!
3. Conclusion: End of the speech is the place where you can exercise your improvisation-skills to the hilt. Reacting to the conspicuous response from the audience, you may have to summarize all the relevant points of your business, you may have to remind them to ask questions related to the presentation-theme or you may directly present Call-to-Action before them finding them curious and convinced with your offerings. You may also end your speech with related fact-based conjecture, calculations or some projections, all of these evolve hope and belief in humans.

     Now, if you have rehearsed your speech on this structure and pattern with all the intricate details intact, you don’t have to remember the speech word-by-word. You just have to follow a set pattern and be improvisation-ready!