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Public Speaking Tips to Nail Your Next Presentation (Encore) - Shared screen with speaker view
Tina
13:45
Is there a phone number to call in to?
Tech Ladies Presenter
14:31
No, but you should be able to hear us, Tina. Can you hear us?
Tina
15:08
I can but my apple earbuds don’t connect to my laptop and can’t find a private room! No worries
Sophie Nazerian
15:58
Hi everyone! Welcome! We’re so glad to have you with the great ladies of GoldJam! - Sophie from Tech Ladies
Tina
16:02
San Francisco :)
Sophie Nazerian
16:04
I’m watching from Los Angeles!
Heather
16:06
Connecticut
Sushmita Meka
16:20
Boston! And Zoom should provide a dial-in number as well :)
Sophie Nazerian
17:24
Phone only: iPhone one-tap :US: +16699006833,,484872897# or +16465588656,,484872897#Or Telephone:Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):US: +1 669 900 6833 or +1 646 558 8656
Sophie Nazerian
17:38
Webinar ID: 484 872 897
Tech Ladies Presenter
17:42
Thank you, Sophie!
Heather
20:38
So you can get the jitters out
Heather
20:49
Get out of your comfort zone
Heather
24:25
Coming off too hard
Ash Trull
24:34
Strength is often associated with “toughness”
Ash Trull
24:45
Soft!
Heather
26:00
fidget
Heather
26:09
bring hands to your face
Ash Trull
26:26
Shoulder shrugs
Casey Levine
27:14
whoever is talking
Shawni Danner
27:17
zoom defaults to show the “speaker”
Tech Ladies Presenter
29:47
For Karla and everyone, a warm-up for better enunciation: Susan Berkley Vocal Warm-Up
Tech Ladies Presenter
29:57
Easily google-able!
Tech Ladies Presenter
37:33
TO ACCUSE
Tech Ladies Presenter
37:48
TO DESTROY
Tech Ladies Presenter
38:04
TO ADORE
Tech Ladies Presenter
38:16
TO EXPLAIN
Tech Ladies Presenter
39:20
ACTIVE VERBS:
Tech Ladies Presenter
39:25
1) you could physicalize it
Tech Ladies Presenter
39:30
2) affects your audience
Heather
40:35
All software sucks, we just work to make it suck less.
Tech Ladies Presenter
41:28
To welcome.
Tech Ladies Presenter
42:16
To insult.
Tech Ladies Presenter
43:13
“We are a robust and worldwide community.”
Tech Ladies Presenter
43:21
To demand
Tech Ladies Presenter
43:25
To apologize
Tech Ladies Presenter
43:32
To celebrate
Tech Ladies Presenter
43:40
To entertain
Tech Ladies Presenter
43:43
To warn
Tech Ladies Presenter
43:47
To excite
Tech Ladies Presenter
46:03
Thanks, Ash!
Tech Ladies Presenter
46:28
To welcome / To warn / To excite
Ash Trull
51:00
Maybe similar question… how do you stay authentic while also using these verbs? Sometimes I’m not the most excitable person but I would *love* to make others feel excited
Tech Ladies Presenter
55:43
Creativity/Audience Engagement Brainstorm
Tech Ladies Presenter
55:46
interactive prop
Tech Ladies Presenter
55:48
game
Tech Ladies Presenter
55:59
ask a real question!
Elaine Chen
56:35
pop quiz
Kerrin McLaughlin
56:40
I saw a presenter have everyone remind her when her time was by setting their alarms to the cricket timer
Belinda Simmons
56:41
Tell a personal story
Anarosa
57:02
poll via phone that showed live results
Kerrin McLaughlin
57:02
When her time was up
Casey Levine
57:18
Start with something everyone can relate to
Heather
58:12
Making people laugh
Tech Ladies Presenter
58:16
Memes, gifs, animation, embarrassing instagrams
Adriana Jimenez
58:21
Music!
Tech Ladies Presenter
58:37
Sfx
Ash Trull
58:54
Get people moving
Tech Ladies Presenter
58:55
Change up seating arrangement
Tech Ladies Presenter
59:03
set up seats to demo stat
Tech Ladies Presenter
59:06
lighting
Tech Ladies Presenter
59:11
temperature
Tech Ladies Presenter
59:47
Call & response
Tech Ladies Presenter
01:00:05
refrain
Tech Ladies Presenter
01:00:20
Using names
Tech Ladies Presenter
01:00:37
The Rules of 3
Tech Ladies Presenter
01:02:23
Metaphors
Tech Ladies Presenter
01:03:44
“If my company were a celebrity/animal/song title"
Belinda Simmons
01:03:52
talking too fast
Business Development
01:05:20
Any resources you can direct us to for stronger storytelling tips/strategy?
tina
01:08:15
I have seen people say watch your own presentation helps you improve the most. But the cringe…
Tech Ladies Presenter
01:10:46
GoldJamCreative.com
Sophie Nazerian
01:11:24
Storytelling Webinar is May 15 :)
Sophie Nazerian
01:11:51
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/webinar-storytelling-for-the-workplace-tickets-55121049543
Tech Ladies Presenter
01:14:23
Tonight’s class is here: https://www.goldjamcreative.com/public-speaking-class-nyc
Tech Ladies Presenter
01:14:41
(The link says NYC, but there is one in SF tonight.)
Tech Ladies Presenter
01:15:30
Fear: I’m afraid of blanking out onstage.
Karla
01:15:36
I want to be considered for a more soft-skills position (coming from a more technical background) they thought maybe I can not push back into strong personalities that I will need to deal with. How can I prepare for that? Are there any resources you can point me to ? To prepare
Tech Ladies Presenter
01:15:43
Reframe: I cannot wait to not know what’s going to happen and keep going anyway!!!
Karla
01:17:29
I have 2-3 months, will be in ‘probation’ to probe that I can actually perform that role..
Karla
01:18:09
haha ok
Tech Ladies Presenter
01:18:26
jen@goldjamcreative.com
Tech Ladies Presenter
01:18:28
allison@goldjamcreative.com
tina
01:18:44
thank you Allison and Jen!
Karla
01:18:52
Thank you!
Ash Trull
01:18:52
Thank you!
Priya
01:19:03
This was great! Than you Allie and Jen