Never end your presentation with a Q&A.
Got that? Don’t end your next presentation by saying, “Any questions?”
There’s no need to announce that it’s time for questions and answers.
You can do better.
Always plan a strong closing.
If you’re planning a Q&A session, you can have it near the end, but not at the end.
Answer audience questions, then deliver your closing statement.
Don’t risk letting your super awesome presentation drift off into whatever might be on the mind of the last person who asked a question.
Wrap it up, partner. Put a bow on that presentation. 🎁
Consider this: I cover five strong closing techniques in my public speaking foundations course on LinkedIn Learning.
The full course is one hour. It’s a great resource to revisit before your next big speech or presentation.
Check it out. >>> http://linkedin-learning.pxf.io/JAb4N