How NOT to End Your Presentation

When doing your presentation, it’s not only important to give a good first impression and enamor your audience with the body of your speech. You have to make sure that you end on a high note too. You don’t want your audience remembering how badly you ended the last part of your presentation, right? So here are six ways on how NOT to end your presentation:

1. Never blackball yourself

2. Don’t step backwards

3. Don’t look away

4. Don’t leave your hands in a gestured position

5. Don’t rush to collect your papers

6. Don’t move on the last word

So always pay attention to your behavior all throughout your presentation to maintain your credibility. For more information, head to:  6 Big Don’ts for Ending Your Presentation

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