Public speaking is not fun for most; however, it can be very rewarding. Chris Seferlis chats with us about a few tips he has on being a speaker. Most of the tactical advice we defer to a toastmasters or public speaking group, so we give some thoughts on preparation, soliciting feedback, audience engagement, and handling criticism. I should point out that public speaking is WAY different from recording videos. We hope you find the information useful. Did we miss anything? Let us know!
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Chris Seferlis is a Data and AI Specialist with Microsoft. He has 20+ years’ experience working in IT and solving technical challenges from a business perspective. Chris is a former CIO with an MBA from UMass, bringing a mix of business acumen with practical technology solutions, primarily focusing on Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence within the Microsoft SQL stack, including MCSA and MCT designations.
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Pick out the [feedback] that might actually benefit you, that might help you get better, and then just let the rest go.
- Be yourself and accept that not everyone will love it.
- Less than 5 stars is not the end of the world.
- Practice, Practice, Practice!
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