Why Bad Introductions Can Ruin a Great Speech

“Short attention spans in person and online compel us to do better when we want to engage people when we speak or set the stage for the featured guest who will follow,” says Rosemary Ravinal. In her view, the introduction is the on-ramp for a powerful opening. Her latest column offers valuable tips for both main stage speakers and emcees.


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