Part of your job as a presenter is to earn the right to be listened to. You earn the right by connecting with the hopes, dreams and realities of the people in front of you. You make them feel more positive, more hopeful and more optimistic that a happy ending is in sight. This ability to change the feeling in a room could be called Charisma, and the good news is that it is something we can all do.
It’s what you do, not who you are.
Find out how you can do it too in Jim’s article for Presentation Guru: How to Move Hearts and Minds with These 12 Easy Hacks.