Jesse Ralph

Nairobi, KE

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Jesse Ralph

Category Educational
Language English (British)
Voice Age Young Adult (18-35)
Description Script example for a presentation about meetings.
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
Now that you know the importance of gaining visibility or talk, you need to master the art of making a present felt in meetings, So he has simple, easy to apply to make a presence during meetings before the meeting, you can decide in advance. How often do you want to speak? Believe me, you don't have to speak every second or give your opinion on every subject of discussion. Only bring via leeway can add some if you don't know how it will go down or how others expected to participate in a meeting. Just referred to your superiors or to the organizer's asked them what they want you to cover and if they expect anything from you. Often people expect us to speak on a certain topic. In the end, we don't because we didn't know we were in confident enough. If you know what they want you to cover or how they want you to participate, it makes the job easier during the meeting, say the first thing that comes into your mind. It's a conversation, not a speech, so you can give your ideas and give your opinions on topics you know about. I don't think off the perfect way to formulate one off your thought. Just say it. It's a conversation on. If you keep it that way, others will feel less inclined to judge the way you say things. Asking questions is a great way to gain visibility as well as it shows you're interested what's being shared on your desire in learning more. If you doubt your ideas are not good enough to be shared or are scared to share them. Believe in yourself. Believe in yourself and have confidence in sharing them, especially when you know what you have to say is right. But you don't always have to be right. It's a conversation. Remember? Now let me show you some common mistakes that people make in meetings so you can avoid them instead of making them the most common with steak, I see people is censoring themselves. They re right in their heads 20 times their ideas before talking, and next thing you know, the topic change or it's too late to shade. Now stop censoring yourself and speak your mind. Speak without hesitation. This way you will speak more often and you'll be more confident, then preparing one sentence for five minutes, then stressing about not saying it properly. Speak without hesitation. This way you will speak more often, and you would be more confident than preparing one sentence for five minutes, then stressing about not saying it properly. Another mistake is not picking a topic before the meeting. If you're the organiser, pick a topic before so you can inform others and they can get prepared as well. If you know about the topic off the meeting, what ideas were sub topics? Can you talk about during the meeting prepared to say something at the meeting so you don't get nervous and can visualise how it will go down? Another important mistake I see during meetings, these people waiting till the end to speak, speak really own the idea you speak, the more people will address your points or ask you questions on, the more you'll feel free to speak. Once you've started engaging, you went full awkward talking. You've done the first move. The rest will follow. Then you need to show you care about the decisions being made. But how can you do that? And why? Well, mostly because if you want to become a thought leader, you need to be part of a decision making process and care about what's going on to do so you can nod and agree viably throughout the meeting, noting shows active listening and that's important to show Active listening can also ask what if questions to show you care about the outcome off the decisions. Personally, I like to know the lot and add a few home and sometimes repeat certain phrases to make it seem assi from paying full attention on ask a question or two about the phrase I just repeated before letting you go. He had three important reminders. Fast is not a time to be in assisted in a meeting, so make your points about your team unless aboutyou second, don't interrupt. Let others finish what they have to say and then bring your own points. Lastly, don't talkto only one person in the meeting, but talk to everyone. Make everyone feel part of the conversation on the points you're bringing to the table. But what is more important than that is that leaders proposes and have ideas. When employees only execute us and agree on everything, keep that in mind