Mode of Presentation
A strategy needs to be chalked out for a satisfactory rendering of the topic. The man oeuvres are going t vary with a change in the manner of presentation. For example a formal presentation would normally make use of a formal seating arrangement with proper slides or transparencies. In fat the entire atmosphere at the time of making a presentation is going to be perforated with a necessity of sounding impressive. On the other hand an informal presentation need not observe a formal seating plan nor formal slier or a transparencies. The thrust in this situation would be to elicit the maximum form the participants. Hence presentation should be such that the participants at no stage feel hat the speaker is an alien in their midst or that he has something to say with which they are not comfortable or easy. In both cases the attempt should be to convincingly present the point sand bring about a change in the attitude of the receivers towards the issues being discussed. While in formal presentation the nuances of politeness tact and showmanship are adhered to in informal presentation the above are relaxed at the cost of gaining greater proximity with the audience be it in terms of relationship or delivering of points.