It happened again.
A good speaker, a good topic, a large and interested audience, but… the speaker frequently turned to look at the slides projected on the large screen behind him, effectively turning his back on much of the audience.
This was not necessary because:
- The stage was fitted with a couple of screens on the floor on each side facing the presenter, so he could have easily avoided turning his head away from the audience.
- He had a presentation remote, so he could have moved freely on the stage.
Next time you are up on stage, remember to keep your eyes on the audience as much as possible. Your presentation will be better.