A lighthouse presenter goes systematically around the room. A tennis umpire presenters looks first to the left, then to the right. Mix it up – be random!
Even a newbie at public speaking knows they should make eye contact.
But the term eye contact is rather vague. It can infer just making fleeting “contact” with a person then moving on. Don’t make eye contact – make “eye connection.” Eye connection means spending time with each person so that person feels like you’re talking just to them. Eye connection has two major benefits:
This slideshow features eight tips on how to make eye connection, provided by presentation trainer Olivia Mitchell. Visit Olivia’s website for more presentation tips.
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