Blog

School Assembly Speakers Help Students Retain The Information They Are Imparting

Motivational speakers must be more than just good speakers. In order for them to be effective motivators, they also need to be able to engage audiences in a way that would make them retain all the words of wisdom, knowledge, and information that they are imparting. Motivational speakers can be engaging in many different ways, from maintaining a good sense of humor to showing innate persuasiveness.

Regardless of who they are speaking to, school assembly speakers must maintain these qualities to be successful and effective in what they do. A good sense of humor is one of the most important things that an inspirational speaker must have in order to be an engaging speaker. Speeches can be dragging at times and things can get boring real fast. Audiences may start losing interest only a couple of minutes into the talk if the speaker is not engaging enough. Injecting some sense of humor into a speech is one way to keep audiences interested and entertained, easing them into the conversation. Dropping a couple of jokes here and there during the speech is one way to keep things light and interesting, but it is important to make jokes that are relevant to the current topic of conversation.

Persuasiveness is another important quality to have for a motivational speaker to be more engaging. This is important because one of the greatest responsibilities of a motivational speaker is to sway his audience’s perspective and inspire positive change in them. Persuading them to do something they don’t normally do takes a lot of skill, because being overly persuasive or pushy can throw audiences off.

Choose a motivational speaker who has a good balance of sense of humor and persuasiveness to make sure they can be effective in engaging your audience and helping them retain important details of the talk.

Search

Popular Post

joel-penton-logo-w.png

Hilliard, OH 43026

Phone: 866.987.7719

Follow Us

Attention Educators

Get Joel's FREE report: "THE TOP 5 PITFALLS To Avoid When Reaching Teens" and updates on special offers.

 

Stand your ground.  Don't back down.

What does it mean to stand your ground? People today are
constantly making commitments and breaking them.  Look at
divorce rates, credit card debts, New Years's resolutions... and
the list of unfulfilled promises goes on.  It it even possible to
keep our commitments?

Stand your ground,  Don't back down.

Joel Penton says, "Yes it is possible" - he knows from
experience.  Like most of your students, Joel was put into
situations in middle school and high school where it would
have been easy to compromise and break his commitments.
However, he chose to rise above the pressure and keep the
committments he made in school, in football, and in life.

Stand your ground.  Don't back down.

Joe will say that it takes character, it takes will, and the road
will be hard.  But his personal experience is proof that ordinary
people can accomplish great things by simply following through
with the commitments they have made.  Your students will be
inspired and reminded of the importance of not just making
committments, but also keep those commitments.

Don't back down.  Stand your ground.