Presentation tips for introverts

In this week's episode Dr Simon Raybould has tips to improve your presentation skills, specially if you're an introvert. We also discuss why people think introverts can't present (they can!).

Presentation tips for introverts

Activate Your Introvert. The weekly radio show for intropreneurs and leaders to improve business productivity, by a better of understanding introversion. Press play below. Approx. duration 15 minutes.

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Improving your presentation skills is a good for anybody in business.  A fear of public speaking (glossophobia), or dislike of presenting, is not the same as being introverted. However, many introverts don’t like presenting (in public, at work or elsewhere). This week’s presentation tips for introverts will help.

This week I interview Dr Simon Raybould a presentation skills trainer to find out why introverts don’t like presenting  to get presentation tips specially for introverts.

Simon Raybould

Simon is a specialist trainer in voice and presentation skills. He's also the author of "Presentation Genius".
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