Tips on Delivering a Keynote Speech

Delivering a speech is a lot like having a conversation. We speak to our friends and family daily, and keynote speaking is simply sharing those conversations on a larger scale and can be a great opportunity for you and your business.

When preparing to deliver a keynote speech, there are some tips that can help you.

  • Understand your audience. It is vital for any public speaker to know who your audience is so that you can build a connection with your listeners and set the tone for the entire event. You should try to tailor your speech to your listeners needs and interests to better engage them.
  • Think about the story you want to tell. Storytelling is a great way to connect with your audience. Personal experiences that your listeners can relate to can help engage your audience. Even if you don’t have personal experiences, you may be able to share experiences of someone you know.
  • Energize and enhance your presentations. During group presentations, virtual or in-person, a speaker should deliver content that is engaging and valuable, while connecting with the audience. Molly informs and demonstrates how to exhibit these characteristics during presentations.

Molly Ketcham; Tips

If you are looking to increase your influence during a speech and learn how to enhance your presentations, and you are in the Cleveland, OH or Akron, OH area, contact Molly. Molly is part keynote speaker, part workshop trainer — and all about creating connections. She has combined twenty years in hospitality, five years as a network marketing leader, six years as a piano instructor, and fifteen years as a mother into a simple strategy for connecting with others that influences how they behave. She travels from Cleveland, Ohio to deliver in-person presentations, or visits you from her home studio during virtual presentations. Molly has a passion for self-awareness. She incorporates questions throughout her training and speaking engagements that ask you to consider who you are, what drives you, or how you best contribute to the organization. Self-knowledge is vital to your success when you work with others. After all, you are half of the equation. Book a meeting with Molly today!

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