Ever wondered why some training discussions go swimmingly well, and some seem so sullen you could watch tumbleweeds roll in front of you?” asks Peter Smith.

Does this situation sound familiar to you? You’ve put hard work into giving a great presentation or training, but when the time comes for you to pass the mic on to your audience, the room falls silent.

The truth is – even discussions need to be moderated with the right technique, and this involves asking the audience questions in the right order.

What do you ask to get them to give you constructive feedback? When do you probe for deeper analysis or get them to tell you what they’ve learned from your presentation?

Peter shares some handy pointers in this 4-minute video on turning your training room into a lively forum. Check out his other tips for great talks here, or find out more about Peter at www.corporatetrainer.com.

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