Feel confident in your presentation and in the Q&A. You don’t need to know the answer to everything, so you can use great answers to take the pressure off you without losing credibility.

Trying to control what we can’t control?

As humans, we like to be in control of everything if possible.

Especially when you are presenting in front of the upper management. The stakes are too high to mess up or not know then answer and make a fool of yourself.

The one thing you cannot control is the audience.

You cannot know what questions they will ask. You can of course anticipate, suspect and reflect on questions you might ask if you were listening to yourself.

So instead of spending your energy on trying to control your audience, this guide will let you focus on what you CAN control:

Your reaction

Your response

Your mindset

This guide will teach you how to:
  • Guide your audience in the Q&A
  • Use situation-appropriate expressions to difficult questions
  • Start feeling comfortable not knowing all the answers without losing credibility

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