Ever wonder about the best ways to effectively reach your audience during a presentation? Or perhaps wondering why you never really connected with your audience even though your facts were relevant, your demeanor was professional and your slide layout was clean? There are key psychological differences in the way men and women receive information and you can learn “how they think” to increase the level of engagement and reception for your next presentation.
I just presented at the 2013 Issachar Leadership conference and it was an awesome experience. I’m sharing my presentation from the session I did, which covers the differences in effectively communicating to women and men in a ministry moment. Don’t get caught up in the word ministry, because this very much applies to presentations in general and digs into the cognitive differences between men and women that can strengthen any presentation based on your audience.
- A better understanding of “how” to effectively minister to women based on “how” we think
- An awareness of the differences of how men think & how women think, so that you can use these differences to your advantage
- A personal ministry moment where God deposits something in your spirit that provides you with personal insight, releases you, or speaks directly to your struggle …continue reading