Personal development

Giving feedback after a presentation

As a presenter, it is always good to receive unsolicited feedback from the audience. The feedback really helps with future script writing and presentations. What resonated? what was not understood? was the tone right? speed?

As an employee, you will hear numerous presentations, take the time to write a couple of dot points on what worked and not worked for you. Its a great way of raising your brand and showing you care about the company and messaging.

Toastmasters is a great way to develop your speech evaluation skills, so if you want to goto the next level then sign up, it will give you loads of skills to really become an expert evaluator.

So what are you waiting for, send some unsolicited feedback on a presentation you attended.


By angelalovegrove

Angela has over 20 Years International Business Leadership experience in Technology sector working across the Financial Services, Government, Telecommunications, Construction, Mining, Consumer products, Retail, Not for Profits, Manufacturing and Health

Angela has led the setting up of technology start ups including fund raising - Quofore Europe, Asia Pacific, Masterpack Europe, Tenuteq Europe, High growth leadership Quofore Asia, Australia, nbnco Business and Transformation leadership at Telstra Business NSW Australia.

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