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Delivering with Impact

Emma Zangs

10 years: Communications coach

In the second video of her two-part series, Emma Zangs provides four key steps for delivering a pre-prepared script with impact. Emma outlines how to keep audiences engaged with what you are saying and use body language to communicate and present with enthusiasm.

In the second video of her two-part series, Emma Zangs provides four key steps for delivering a pre-prepared script with impact. Emma outlines how to keep audiences engaged with what you are saying and use body language to communicate and present with enthusiasm.

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Delivering with Impact

3 mins 33 secs

Key learning objectives:

  • Understand how to master open body language

  • Understand how to manage nerves through effective breathing techniques

  • Understand the techniques to warm yourself up to give your best performance

Overview:

Delivering presentations with impact is vital to effectively communicate ideas to your audience. Emma introduces four simple tips to deliver a speech or presentation with vigour. The first tip outlines why body language is important, the second introduces the necessity of managing nerves through breathing techniques. The final two tips emphasise the types of physical preparation you can do to calm your nerves prior to presenting and how you can go the extra mile to stand out.

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Summary
  1.  Body Language is as important as your script

    How to embody an open, enthusiastic body language: 

    Firstly, smile and imagine you are speaking to your audience. 

    Secondly, use clear hand gestures illustrating your points. Tell your hands to follow what you say. Be aware this is a video, therefore keep them fairly close to you but feel free to move them. It is proven that when we move our hands, we think better. You will come across a lot more animated and present. DEMO

    Finally, adopt an active posture. Do not slouch or rest too much on your chair. Keep your core engaged, and your energy will be sustained throughout the filming. DEMO

  2. Active breathing regulates nerves

    Take a deep breath before starting and remember to breathe throughout the video. Breathing also creates necessary pauses to help you and your audience, to stay focused. 

    To practice breathing, put your hands on your ribs and feel your diaphragm expanding. Doing five breaths using the diaphragm, activates the parasympathetic nervous system and calms us down.

  3. Frame the right attitude

    Choose one attitude that works for you: To The Point / Clear / Excited / Calm / Bold / Enthusiastic / Friendly / but also Serious / Measured etc. Choosing one or two will help you focus during your video.
     
  4. Go the extra Mile to stand out

    How do you do that? If you want to go the extra mile, video yourself saying the first few lines and watch yourself back.

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Emma Zangs

Emma Zangs

Emma Zangs is a choreographer and communication coach based between London and Norfolk. She works with growing and established businesses, from GoCardless to Google. Emma lectures at Cass Business School, Cambridge Judge Business School and UCL's Entrepreneurship MSc.

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