As professional trainers and facilitators, we’ve all been through basic public speaking courses that helped us get where we are today. These courses stressed the need for fundamentals, such as having a good structure, designing learning outcomes or take-aways, and keeping the audience engaged. Yet when we speak with fellow facilitators, it’s amazing to learn most still get some form of anxiety or stage fright in front of the room.
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