Unanimous

January 5, 2010

While it would be lovely to have unanimous approval for every presentation that you give. Unfortunately, you cannot please all of the people all of the time.  Do not become upset or lose your confidence just because of some poor feedback from one or two members of your audience.  Some people like to find fault in others, it is their way of elevating their own standing.

Take any criticism that is offered and consider it dispassionately the next day.  What can you learn from it?  What could you do differently next time you present?

Use a Post Presentation Review form to record your assessment of the presentation.  You then have a written history of what worked and what did not work so well, which you can review before your next presentation.

Presentation Training and Coaching is available from the author of this blog. Please visit my presentation training  website.

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