5 Tips For Eye Contact in Speech (2021) | Henrrey Pang


The eye contact is one of the most powerful skill in non-verbal communication that can deliver our message is a better efficiency way to the audience. Most of the beginners not able to master a better skills in non-verbal communication specially eye-contact.

Failing to make a good eye-contact with audience will be a huge lost throughout the entire speech.

In this video, there are 5 tips to be given away as sharing for those who are looking for ideas to improve the presentation skills.

The tips as below;

1. How to make a friendly eye contact during the first touch with audience

2. How long to hold the eye contact with audience

3. How to interact with eye contact

4. What to do when audience not comfortable looking at you

5. No script during presentation

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Free Online Speaking Tips and Tutorial Hi, my name is Henrrey and im emcee for events such as weddings, corporate events, private events, as preview speaker, trainer and etc. i have more than 8 years experience and over 1300++ events experience as emcee, speaker, voice over and trainer.

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