Research suggests that body language accounts for two thirds of communication. Therefore, body language can make or break a presentation. To some degree, your body language is set in place, but there are several simple tips to help you.
When using the image as an illustration, the presenter assigns meaning to the image. In contrast, when using the ‘interactive image’ method the audience assigns a meaning to an image. There are three methods of the interactive approach:
1. Presenter’s image – Audience’s meaning
2. Audience’s image – Audience’s meaning
3. Common image – Audience’s meaning