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Chapter 6

Speaking Your Way To The Top - Chapter 6

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MGTC36 Speaking Your Way To The Top Chapter 6
Chapter 6: Entertaining/Special Occasion presentations
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o 6 Guidelines to Help You Use Humour
- 1. Remember the punch line
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credibility with the audience)
- 2. Make sure that the anecdote relates to your speech and is appropriate
- 3. Have good timing
Practice your story and tell it to several people and watch their reactions
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MGTC36 Speaking Your Way To The Top Chapter 6 Chapter 6: EntertainingSpecial Occasion presentations o Some Guidelines to Consider Before Using Humour - If humour does not come naturally to you, practice it 3 9L208,3L1L989LOO40839 come out comfortably, leave humour out of your presentation - If you are not comfortable with long stories, use one-liners - If you are not sure if it is funny, try it out on someone and when in doubt, leave it out - %7948:757L804:7,:L03.0ZL9K4:7K:24:7434989,79411-8,L3J,Z,3994 8K,709KL81:338947 - If no one laughs, try to say something to ease the silence - 439O,:JK944K,7,94:74Z3M4N088L3.0L98K4Z854479,890 o 6 Guidelines to Help You Use Humour - 1. Remember the punch line J70,9
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