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We’ve all sat through them - those presentations where the speaker just doesn’t connect with the audience, leaving you feeling detached from the experience, that your time has been wasted, and more than likely, frustrated as well.

Julie Kertesz, a member of Toastmasters International and winner of the Silver Comedy Best Newcomer 2012, offers seven top tips to ensure you build great rapport with your audiences – whatever the occasion.

Your presentation is ready – but is your voice?

You may not be performing at Wembley or on Broadway, but it’s still important to take care of the musical instrument we all have – our voice.

Through years of experience in amateur dramatics and Toastmasters International, Christina Hession has developed six top tips to prepare your voice for speaking, whether for a major work presentation, a keynote speech, or even a wedding address.

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