Watch any Hollywood film and you’ll find that in the first five minutes, it would’ve established two things: the premise of the story, and the interesting hook that would decide whether it has won your attention or not.
The same motive applies to giving a talk or a presentation. To business coach and group facilitator Peter Smith, it’s called the Spark at the Start.
For instance – how can instigating conflict capture the attention of your audience?
Watch this 3-minute video to find out Peter’s simple yet effective tactics to grab attention – be it at a seminar, a large hall or in the comfort of your office boardroom – and keep it.
To find out more about Peter, head to www.corporatetrainer.com.