Dealing with questions from your audience is an art. Those who refine it are far more likely to persuade listeners. That’s why successful speakers work diligently to perfect their Q&A techniques.
In this episode, you’ll discover such secrets as:
- Why it’s a bad idea to respond to questions literally.
- How to build a verbal bridge that helps you redirect tough questions.
- What to do so you don’t fade away after Q&A ends.
Request your copy of Ed’s position paper “Does Anybody Have Any Questions for My Answers? The 411 on Q&A” when you join the Communications Community at https://bit.ly/CommsCommunityQA
The book, The Truth About Public Speaking: The Three Keys to Great Presentations (see especially Chapter Eight): https://www.barkscomm.com/TruthBook
Advice and stories about Q&A on the C-suite Blueprint blog at https://csuiteblueprint.wordpress.com/category/qa