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HRcoreEVENTS by Teneo

Speaking Guidelines
LIVE event

As a speaker we want to provide you with the

best support possible, so you can be

well prepared and focus on what’s important    

___ General Speaker Memo


  • Do not focus more than 2min. on company information

  • Use images where you can

  • Do not include too much text in your slides as it            makes it difficult to read

  • Focus on real examples and avoid theory

  • Showcase the problem, the solution and the result

  • Create a situation where delegates can practically             use what they learned

  • The audience will only remember 3 messages and            35% of what you say

  • After a presentation, 63% of attendees remember stories. Only 5% remember statistics

___ Checklist


Being prepared is key to making sure that you’ll be confident when giving your presentation.


This will help you get your point across in a transparent manner, without over-explaining things.



Offline public speaking and online conferences are

two different things.You don’t need to worry about anything as our production team are here to look after the technical side enabling you to focus on delivering your message.


You need to be aware of everything around you, the           event’s schedule, the Q&A session, etc.


  • Prepare your Voice (drink tea with lemon or honey)

  • Check what’s Behind you (no teddy bears or family photos)

  • Prepare your Content & Practice

  • Learn about the Programme/ Audience

  • Calendar check-in (be ready 30min. beforehand)


People need to be able to understand your message from       the very start, so they don’t get bored.


  • Use Images

  • Killer Title and Description

  • Create a Script - start with the big picture and                slowly move to more detailed information.                          Talk about successes/ failures/ mistakes.

  • Every Slide should have a Goal/ Reason

  • You're welcome to do some short survey's/ polls, please send questions to 


  • 1 month before: I (Michael) should have received your final Title of Presentation + 2/3 bullet points

  • 2-3 weeks before the event: We should receive your presentationNo specific format is required.                      You can use 16/9 Power Point or PDF.                     

       Send to Michael by email or .                   It will be very  important to let us know about videos

       and demo's,  if you have them included in the   


  • We will welcome you at the A-V desk 30min. BEFORE YOUR SESSION: we'll hook your microphone on + explain how the PowerPoint switcher works


  • The presentation will be run from OUR PC!! 

  • You will be introduced by the Moderators.

  • As always, I will keep you updated regularly and        ready to answer your questions & doubts, Michael


During the presentation

Some of the most important aspects of a speaker’s presentation are all about being coherent, avoiding long pauses, and of course, keeping the spirits up.


  • Keep your Energy high

  • Talk with Passion

  • Dress well for the occasion

  • Be Authentic

  • Create an Experience

  • Practice Body language and movement

  • Know your material

  • Don't rush it!

  • Use Humour and emotion

  • Prepare Mentally

  • Be Confident

  • Have a conversational talk

  • Use Note cards

  • Always Summarize

  • Have Fun!