How will we know if we have achieved our aims and objectives? How will we know if our presentation has had a positive effect on our audience? Not surprisingly, the answer is that we need to ask them.
There are many ways to gather feedback from our audience, ranging from the traditional “Happy Sheet” given out at the end to a more detailed follow up at a later date. There are many different methods that can be used, from the simple to the more complex and we would suggest that you research some of those methods to help you to design the method of evaluation you will use.
You can find more information about evaluation here.
The feedback you receive can be used to help you to assess the effectiveness of your presentation and identify areas where you can develop your skills.
I hope that you can now see that designing and delivering professional presentations can be achieved through careful research and planning. It is an opportunity to develop and demonstrate our own creativity and our credibility. The more we do it, the more competent we will become, but the greatest area of growth will be in our self-confidence.
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