Guest post: 5 Tips for Conquering Q&A
Craig Strachan - Keep Talking!
FEBRUARY 14, 2012
He never took the insult personally, refused to retaliate and instead, by focusing on the solution to the question, he never got angry (surely the response the audience member was hoping to elicit). “What Questions do you have for my answers?” – Henry Kissinger. When roles are reversed, and audience members are handed the microphone, many public speakers turn a brighter shade of purple.