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Every public speaking involves a concept. It is not just a matter of knowing what/how to say. Concept is key as any delivery without theme loses the audience attention span. Concept is the planning that involves the use of text and style/action as one.
Designing a speech or presentation is very much like developing a storyline. So it is important to identify impact points when developing content especially on the opening and closing. Thus, content designing enables the speaker to not only plan on the delivery of the key messages but to make the flow as engaging as possible. Sometimes a good content need to be aided by an accessory (for example; power point presentation) to strengthen curiosity, interest and recall.
This component involves techniques in audience engagement and influence. Through the use of basic psychology and body language applications, certain delivery forms can affect the attention of the audience better and longer. This is crucial especially in any public speaking or presentations that last longer than the average attention span. Also as body language accounts for more than 75% of delivery, the combination use of non-verbal cues and intonation can hold audience interest level.
More than half (55%) of your communication is determined by body language. Words (7%) and intonation (38%) take lesser roles in the messaging process. Imagine what you are losing out to understand when in a 30 minutes timeframe, people can send over 800 nonverbal signals. So by learning body language you can tell your brain to actively know what to look for and you’ll be amazed at how much you can suddenly see. You will begin to suddenly see an extra layer of information.
The RD methodology to body language learning focuses more on the application of the knowledge. Through applications, participants will be able to appreciate the learning experience and acquire deeper understanding of body language beyond what each movement and signal represents.