Public speakers want to know how to walk during a speech. It is necessary to keep the audience attracted.
When you stand in one place and don’t move, the audience stares at you for a long time. People get bored, and then they look away and don’t listen to you when you can’t walk properly on stage.
Consider the best and prettiest artistic hand made. For how long do you look at it? I don’t think you see it for more than 2 or three minutes. It all depends on moves. When you move and walk on stage correctly, you can attract your audience’s attention.
How to walk during a speech?
Find the safe spots in the hall where you are presenting. Pay attention to the projectors and stay away from their lights; your eyes can get hurt. You have to dominate all people while you walk during a speech at the same time. There are often two or three safe spots in every salon. Standing behind the tribune, sitting on a chair and behind a desk, reduce the quality of our presentation skills.
So after you found the safe spots, stand in one, and start talking while using body language. Remember not to sway. Stay there for 30 seconds and then stroll to your next safe spot. You can do this regularly. The audience doesn’t have to find a sample for your walking. People may say: “OK, he’s going to go over there after 3 minutes.”
You may be nervous and ask yourself how to know it’s been 30 seconds to move to the other safe spot? This skill you will learn during the time. The audience shouldn’t stare at you for a long time, especially if it’s a U salon. This way, all of them have to turn around, and it hurts their necks. You will know when the time is right to move by looking at the audience and their bored faces.
I hope this article can be helpful to you. You can read other articles about moving and walking on stage to learn more.