There are some things that you can remember to do when you’re giving presentations to any size group which will make you look and feel confident.

However, some of the things to think about when presenting to 12 vs. 400 people can contribute to making your presentation memorable for all the right reasons.

Presenting to 12 vs. 400

These are just a few things to consider. Aside from the size of the crowd, there could be a lot of factors that need further explanation to effectively carry a presentation but that would be a different topic of discussion for us to tackle on our next blog.

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About the Author:

Lead Trainer, Mentor and Coach of The Training Establishment

Lead Trainer, Mentor and Coach of The Training Establishment

Rebecca is the Director, Coach, Mentor and Lead Trainer of The Training Establishment Pty Ltd. She has over 25 years experience in the Hospitality, Travel & Tourism industry, Rebecca is an expert in creating dynamic leaders, specialising (but not limited to) Sales & Marketing. Her passion for imparting knowledge, cultivating great teams by educating and nurturing great talent with her own unique style of panache, fun and finesse. Rebecca believes, everyone in your company is a salesperson, no matter what your job title is.

As the founder and host of Etiquette Hour @ETIQhour group on Facebook, a regular dedication to helping young people learn all things business etiquette, motivation and sales tips.

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