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- The use of humour in any presentation adds a whole new dimension.
- It adds contrast, stimulates interest, creates fun, makes points more strongly.
- But many people say, “Oh, I can’t tell jokes!” Well, fair enough, but the use of humour in a presentation is not about telling jokes. It’s about bridging a gap between the speaker and his or her audience and helping create a medium of understanding. It’s not as hard as many people think.
- And if you do want to tell a joke, there are techniques there too, which are rapidly being lost, but are well worthwhile rediscovering.
Jock Elliott demonstrates how humour in its different forms. crosses all barriers and helps make your message memorable.