Lecturing Skills in action

1.

Voice speed and pausing.

Kate Raworth

Hear how voice pace is well matched with the message and filler words are avoided.

2.

Voice tone and projection.

Sangu Delle

The voice is clear, resonant and easy to follow and holds great authority.

3.

Body language-message

Ruth Chang and Cassie De Pecol

See how open, assertive and expressive body language enhances the content..

4

Body language-rapport.

David Autor

Open palms and one-handed gestures, aligned with eye contact help build rapport.

5

Audience connection.

Dan Ariely

This talk starts with engaging questions to build interest and audience connection.

6

Learning stimulation.

Michael Green

This talk establishes universal relevance and  creates a desire to learn more.

7

Visual media.

Dilip Ratha

Impactful and clear slides are included to help support the desired message.

8

Structure and planning.

Yuval Harari

This talk gets attention, is easy to follow and builds towards a strong conclusion.

9

Audience interaction.

Rob Hayes

Get the Lecturer’s Pack for tips on how best to encourage and manage questions.

10

Making it interesting and engaging.

Ken Robinson

Humour is used brilliantly as a way to connect with the audience, prior to making key points.