A trainer can attract the attention of audience right at the start with a strong opening of the session. He or she can build credibility and set the tone for success by arousing the interest and interaction of the participants through a creative description of the topic and a good introduction. A good description of the topic and how participants will benefit as a result of attending the session and how their behaviour will change after training should be clearly addressed. The session will be a success with a strong start and a summary highlighting all the key points and taking extra care by adhering to the below points:
- Editing of Materials: Participants get distracted by misspellings or mistakes on the slides and this has a direct impact on content quality.
- Uniform focus and eye contact with audience: The trainer should maintain a uniform eye contact with audience. Efforts should be made to speak to them and use their reactions to measure how they receive messages. The trainer should modify his or her approach to suit the participants.
- Timeliness: Completing the presentation on time or early will make a huge positive impression on audience. The trainer can reconfirm with the audience on exceeding the time limit if there is a need to highlight important aspects of the session and make sure that the delay does not cause inconvenience to participants.
- Ability to inspire: The trainer should demonstrate and create excitement for his or her message and ensure that it calls for action and engagement from audience long after the presentation. Expertise, perfection and attention to every detail in presentation will inspire the audience.