Dear all, I need to know what are the 3 ways of communicating while presentation. Plz do help on this. 1.verbal 2.Non verbal 3???
From India, Madras
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From India, Madras
While presenting yourself what important is your self confidence, second dont get nervous, third is fluency in language, and finally knowledge about the topic. :)
From India, Nagpur
the third language might be ur body language the way u stand, speak, move, listen, dressing
From India, Mumbai

By your skill u can make your presentation interesting.
conceptually you should be clear first.
practice it many times if you are a first timer.
prepare point vice.
you should be knowing slides which comes after your mouse click.
your voice should be loud audible to all.
make use of hands for expression.keep eye contact with everyone possibly and try to involve everyone by asking some questions.
Body language, matters a lot.when you master the subject body language automatically comes to you.
If somebody ask an unusual question and you are not confident enough you can always say ok we ll come to this later or you can ask anyone to answer that question or you can throw discussion among all or you can simply say very good question let me check too and we will come to this later on.
Do not stand at one place keep moving it attract concentration among listeners.
using idioms , quotes give quality to your presentation.
keep atmosphere light by joke or small story related to the subject would be attracting attention to your presentation.
well neatly dressed ,charming smile,crisp moments will add flavor to your presentation.
All the best...


From India, New Delhi
I am not really sure what particular ways u r talking about.
Can xplain as follows:
Three important parts of communication is :
1. Language OR the words that one uses OR verbal communication
2. Body language OR the Non-verbal communication
3. Paralinguistic : The way in which you speak i.e the tone and expression in voice, Voice modulation, etc

From India, Ghaziabad
Hi.. I wonder if you're referring to the model often taught in NLP courses? A 1970 study conducted by Dr. Ray Birdwhistle at the University of Pennsylvania concluded that 93% of our communication transpires non-verbally and unconscious. 55% of our communication is our physiology or body language, 38% is tonality or HOW we say our words, and only 7% is the content or words we choose to speak.
Best of luck (sorry if this is too late, just seen your post)

From United Kingdom
Hi, in my experience there are only two; VERBAL = any spoken word, being face-to-face, telephone, etc. NON-VERBAL = all other ways of communication; e.g. written, body language, gestures, facial expressions, etc...
From South Africa, Port Elizabeth

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