Presenting one to one
Presenting when your audience is one person
Presentations are not just about public speaking. Many presentations in business are given to just one person in a meeting room, and it can be difficult to know where to strike the balance – should you be formal and risk being forgettable, or should you be relaxed, but risk appearing unprofessional? This video gives you some quick tips on how to deal with these meetings.
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