Closing A Speech or Presentation, Part I
NOVEMBER 7, 2011
Everyone quietly claps, or just nods, and leaves the auditorium or conference room. The moment of truth has arrived. You had them entranced at the open. The audience was clearly focused, nodding as you delivered your message; eyes locked as you wove through a carefully crafted medley of stories, anecdotes and analogies, all supporting your message. There is no question that the majority of your audience probably agrees with what you are saying.