m62 Urges Presenters to Boost Attention Through Body Language

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Body language highlighted as key element in public speaking.

m62 visualcommunications, the global leader in presentation effectiveness, is today urging presenters to better utilise body language to improve the effectiveness of their sales presentation and direct audience attention.

During the Powerpoint training process m62 ensures maximum audience engagement through positioning screens in the centre of an audience's focus and ensuring that the full screen can be seen in its entirety by every member regardless of where they are sitting.

m62 also urges presenters to stand to the left of the screen as the human eye moves across an image from left to right in a 'Z' (top left to top right to bottom left and finally bottom right). By standing to the left of the screen the audience will automatically look at the presenter just before looking at each slide.

Nicholas Oulton, Founder of m62 visualcommunications commented: "There are a number of simple measure that presenters can take in order to direct the audience's attention to where they want it to be. These steps coupled with effective body language such as clear gestures and a smile will ensure that a marketing presentation is as engaging, memorable and effective as it can be."

m62 incorporates effective psychological techniques such as Visual Cognitive Dissonance and Passive Mnemonic Processing into all of its presentations, ensuring maximum audience attention rates are achieved and enabling presenters to select which information from the presentation will be recalled.

m62 has delivered over 6,500 presentations to date for blue chip brands such as Siemens, Sony, Microsoft, Toyota and BP.

For more information on m62 visual communications, call 0870 602 6262 or visit m62.net.


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