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Best EYE CONTACT TIPS: Dos and Don’ts!

Updated: Dec 20, 2023


Eye Contact when presenting.

Eye Contact, like all elements of non-verbal communication, is extremely important when delivering a presentation.

When done correctly, there is a better connection with those watching and listening.

When Eye Contact is not done well, there can be a disconnect between what you intend to convey and what your audience perceives as your message.

The following Best Eye Contact Tips: Dos and Don’ts are IMPORTANT!

Read them – Understand them – Use them!

DO

When speaking:

  1. DO look at individuals directly in the eye, finish a thought, then

  2. DO move on to someone else in a different section. Repeat.

  3. DO look at all places your audience is seated.

When answering a question:

  1. DO start answering by looking directly at the person who asked the question, then follow the above directions.

DON’T

When speaking:

  1. DON’T stare at anyone. That would make them uncomfortable and no one likes that.

  2. DON’T be a like searchlight, moving your head from side to side and not making a connection with individuals.

  3. DON’T roll your eyes if someone asks a question you consider silly.

  4. DON’T look only at an attendee who asked a question.


Follow these Best Eye Contact Tips when speaking and I guarantee your next presentation we’ll be absolutely, positively NO SWEAT!


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Eye Contact: Dos and Don'ts

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