Donâ€™t underestimate the importance of your voice in your presentation.
Even if you have amazing slides if you donâ€™t project your voice in the right way it can affect your presentation in a negative manner.
We need to consider six things when thinking about the use of our voice during a presentation.
Letâ€™s look at them one at a time.
Speak loudly enough for everyone to hear if you do not have a microphone. Check the acoustics when you rehearse your presentation.
Use a microphone for a large group or a large space, and practice beforehand to find a comfortable speaking volume when using the microphone especially if you have never used one before.
Avoid rapid-fire or drawn-out speech. Practice by recording yourself or get feedback from a colleague.
Be expressive. Don’t speak in a monotone. Raise and lower your voice to make your point.
Pronounce words clearly.
By using all of these you will be able to to use your voice effectively and have a great presentation.
Here are those six tips again for you.