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After Dinner Speaking, Hero Or Coward?

During my time as Chairman of Forum, the Public Speaking Group of the Australian Institute of Management, I have often been asked about speaking after dinner. Before I discuss this opportunity, I want you to think back to a time when you were at a dinner event and the speaker came on. How did you and your party react? Did you give him or her a chance to get started? Did you listen intently to the point of view being put across? Or did you, after you realised that this was not an entertainer, turn your attention back to your own group or shout out comments to the speaker. If you and your table didn't, did others? And how did you feel? How do you think the speaker felt? If you are a novice then making a presentation after dinner is very hazardous for your esteem and frankly, I would recommend that you decline. The reason is that the audience typically, will not be in a receptive state to what ever message you want to put across. Again generally, alcohol has been consumed and what the audience is looking for is entertainment.


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