The power of a word. Why the role of voice in presentations is so important

Voice as a factor of attraction

It is not what was said that matters, but how you said it

  1. Eye contact
  2. Facial expression
  3. Vocal tone
  4. Gestures and non-verbal body signals
  5. Speaker’s mood (relaxed or tense)
  6. Rate of speech
  7. Laconic speech
  8. Content of what was said

Conclusions

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