January 31, 2022

Authenticity in Public Speaking

by Coach Kardan

We can easily make a list of characteristics of a good speaker/presenter. However, it would be boring if we all gave similar presentations with the exact same style. You don’t have to copy and mirror anybody’s style, but you do have to find an energetic and appealing way for you to connect with your audience. Here are some eye-opening questions to ask yourself.

What are some of your greatest personality traits?

How can you channel these characteristics into a moving and insightful presentation?

One of the best public speaking tips – and a surefire way to steal the show – is to bring your unique brand of authenticity to the stage. This is what makes you unique and memorable.

Just as there are many types of leaders, there are all different types of effective public speakers. Part of the reason why some great speakers have been so successful is because of their recognizable public speaking style.

You can put your own individual touch on your appearances as well, ensuring that you will stand out and be remembered. You can consistently provide high-energy presentations and be known for getting your audiences to be fully engaged while connecting with the people around them.

What’s important is that you remain true to yourself – that is the most appealing and attractive speaker.

With love and respect,

Coach Kardan

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About the Author

COACH KARDAN is an expert in public speaking training and leadership development for leaders and government employees. He is the author of two best-selling books in 2008 and 2012 in Japan as well as the chairman of two international training companies in Dubai and Tokyo. He is an executive coach to fortune 500 CEOs and their management teams and has trained thousands of senior leaders to improve their performance and increase their company's revenue to more than 2000% within 3-5 years.

Coach Kardan

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