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Effective Speeches. “The most thoroughly researched and well-organized speech will have little impact on an audience if the speaker’s delivery lacks a conversational quality, a desire to communicate, and speaker naturalness.” - Randy Fujishin in “The Natural Speaker” page 108.

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effective speeches
Effective Speeches
  • “The most thoroughly researched and well-organized speech will have little impact on an audience if the speaker’s delivery lacks a conversational quality, a desire to communicate, and speaker naturalness.”
  • - Randy Fujishin in “The Natural Speaker”

page 108

what makes an effective speech
What Makes an Effective Speech?

Two Major Audience Questions

  • Why should they care about this topic?
  • Why should they believe you about this topic?
what makes an effective speech3
What Makes an Effective Speech?

Audience Assumptions

  • The audience assumes every motion is motivated by the details of the presentation.
  • When it realizes that it’s just nervous energy, the audience has lost a few seconds of your presentation.
deal with audience realities
Deal with Audience Realities
  • Monitor your audience, and react to the feedback it provides.
  • Kinds of feedback from an audience.
introductions
Introductions
  • Grab the audience’s attention
  • Preview the speech
conclusions
Conclusions
  • Summarize the speech
  • Leave the audience with

something memorable.

boring topics
Boring Topics
  • In the real world, you don’t always get to choose topic.
  • You need to engage the audience anyway.
good delivery
Good Delivery
  • “Studies have shown that non-verbal communication has a greater impact than verbal communication when we receive and interpret messages.”

- Randy Fujishin in “The Natural Speaker”

page 108

what non verbal elements make an effective speech
What Non-Verbal Elements Make an Effective Speech?
  • Posture
  • Body Movement
  • Gestures & Facial Expressions
  • Eye Contact
  • Pacing
  • Voice Projection
  • Enunciation & Pronunciation
  • Inflection
  • Enthusiasm & Animation
  • Rehearsal
  • Confidence
posture
Posture
  • An upright posture is important for credibility, and for putting your body in the best position to project your voice and gesture effectively.
body movement
Body Movement
  • Adds emphasis and enhances meanings.
  • Engages the audience by increasing the visual elements of the speech.
  • Helps guard against ineffective listening.
gestures and facial expressions
Gestures and Facial Expressions
  • Enhances and emphasizes meanings in your speech.
pacing
Pacing
  • Rapid pacing makes it difficult for the audience to absorb the material in your speech.
eye contact
Eye Contact
  • Builds trust and credibility with the audience.
voice projection
Voice Projection
  • You need to be heard throughout the room.
enunciation and pronunciation
Enunciation and Pronunciation
  • Speaking clearly and saying the word in the proper way.
inflection
Inflection
  • The emphasis you place on words.
  • Where you pause.
  • Where you take a breath.
sing songy
Sing Songy
  • A programmed up and down style of delivery.
  • Audience begins to anticipate, and sometimes wrongly, where the important meanings will occur.
  • Audience gets bored.
enthusiasm and animation
Enthusiasm and Animation
  • Enthusiasm helps engage the audience.
  • If you don’t care, why should the audience.
humor
Humor
  • Engages the audience, and tends to relax the speaker.
confidence
Confidence
  • Makes the audience more likely to believe what they are seeing and hearing.
rehearsal
Rehearsal
  • Enough that you know the material and movements the day you deliver the speech.
  • Not so much that it begins to sound memorized and programmed.
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What Non-Verbal Elements Make an Effective Speech?
  • Posture
  • Body Movement
  • Gestures & Facial Expressions
  • Eye Contact
  • Pacing
  • Voice Projection
  • Enunciation & Pronunciation
  • Inflection
  • Enthusiasm & Animation
  • Rehearsal
  • Confidence