Introduce your topic
After introducing yourself, you need to explain what you are going to talk about today. If your topic is simple, you can use this speech to introduce your topic to your audience:
“Today, I’d like to talk about maintaining excellent networking and how it affects your job satisfaction.”
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If you have a more complex theme or topic to explain, you can pull your ideas into pieces. You can check out the following dialogue for an example, ET Mates:
“Today, I’d like to talk about maintaining excellent networking and how it affects your job satisfaction. I’ll start with why networking is important. Then, I’m going to give tips and tricks on how to maintain a great relationship with your clients or colleagues. In the end, I will open a Q&A session and you’re free to ask anything about networking.”
You can pay attention to these keywords such as, “I’ll start with…” to begin, “then..” to jump to the next point, then “in the end…” to give the audience the big picture about your topic. If you have a conclusion to deliver at the end of your session, you can also use “to sum up..” or in conclusion…”
By using this technique, you can have your ideas organized and speak comfortably. Next time if your manager or your boss asked you to have a business presentation in English, all you need to do is sit back, relax, and re-read this article. Good luck, ET Mates!