Public speaking: techniques
Stand’Impro has dissected for many years the various public speaking carried out in professional circles. Thus, there are 10 chapters that we count and on which it is possible to work.
The aspect most often discussed comes from gaining public confidence. Indeed, the exercise of public speaking strongly exposes speakers to the eyes of others and the stress that this can cause is often a primordial aspect.
The specificity of trust capital when speaking in public is that it only partly depends on us. Indeed, the look of the public and others on ourselves plays a fundamental aspect. Thus, it can carry us as positively in the construction of the image as we make for ourselves. Conversely, it can also make us think that we are poor speakers and that this exercise is for others. And certainly not for us!
The Pygmalion effect
Therefore, it is necessary to find the tools to get into a positive dynamic in the short and long term. So the positive effect of virtuous circles on our performance becomes palpable. And this presentation after presentation.
Therefore, it is possible for everyone to be able to develop this relationship to ourselves with different strategies. They can thus be considered in the short term and long term. In fact, these are short-term successive step strategies (SOPSCT). They are thus complementary to long-term successive target strategy (SOPSLT).
Thus, the training for public speaking aims in particular to identify these objectives for everyone. Each time, an assessment of the situation and of the feasibility is necessary.