Being an effective speaker

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Aristotle believed that to be an effective speaker, one must be “audience centered.” This philosophy still holds true today. What did he mean by this and why is this important? Provide an example of where you may have experienced a speaker (or as a speaker) where this was upheld or perhaps violated. What was the end result? Do any biblical principles correlate to being audience centered? If so, which ones? Be specific. If not, why not? make connections between your opinions and the text. Aristotle believed that to be an effective speaker, one must be “audience centered.” This philosophy still holds true today. What did he mean by this and why is this important? This means that as an effective speaker you should be centered to your audience but not self. Being audience centered is involving them, been audible and making sure that you create enabling conditions for your audience. You should get to know that you are delivering message to audience but not self- centered. It is important as failure to be audience centered creates problem such as misunderstandings, ineffective communication and passage of wrong message thus audience centered creates a sense of belonging and increased participation. Provide an example of where you may have experienced a speaker (or as a speaker) where this was upheld or perhaps violated. What was the end result? A speaker was giving a speech regarding health and safety issues at workplace. He failed to be audience centered and as a result the whole thing was misunderstood as he was not involving at all. Half of the audience left the hall before the end of speech delivery and those left were not concentrating. It led to lack of guidelines regarding the topic and created issues related to health and safety which in future cost the organization a lot in terms of time, finance and other resources. Do any biblical principles correlate to being audience centered? If so, which ones?

 

 

 

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