One of the most sought-after skills that future employers and leaders are looking for is the ability to communicate well, whether through a one-on-one conversation, a team/board meeting or a public presentation.
Imagine yourself presenting a sales or project pitch. Remember to keep your volume to a level that projects confidence. After all, volume equals to perceived confidence.
So even with small groups, bring your volume to about a level 7 out of 10. That will help your audience know that you are confident in yourself and in what you are presenting.
Communication speaker and trainer Tanis Roeder shares her wisdom on presentations and how to do that with a confident voice level.
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