How To Get Feedback On Your Speeches

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How To Get Feedback On Your Speeches

 

In today’s episode of SpeakersU TV we learn about how to get feedback on your speeches.

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Here are some tips on getting feedback from other speakers on your speeches.

Toastmasters, the organization’s great organizations, one of the things encourages you to do is to ensure you get feedback from other speakers on your speeches and presentations.

And as a speaker, if I see that there’s another professional speaker speaking at that event, the first thing I’m going to ask you to do is would you be able to give me feedback on my speech, maybe write down some notes, give me feedback.

And you want to ask them to pay attention to a number of things when you come offstage, you want to ask them, first of all? Did it all make sense? Was it logical? Did it all tie together?

Then you want to ask them what you remember from the speech?

What were the things that really can sing really punch through? Then you want to ask them is how did it make them feel?

What were the emotions? And then the final thing you want to ask them is if I was to spend more time on one particular area that you felt I should be spending more time on, what would it be as well.

That’s a great way to get feedback.

Please ensure that you’ll give good feedback to other speakers and you get feedback from them when you’re speaking

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