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Re: Effective Business Communication - Audience Analysis
Posted in Collaboration > Forums on 1/10/2017 3:38:58 PM

It is important to conduct an audience analysis prior to giving a presentation so that your listeners will respond as you wish. The audience knowledge is what level they are at and how much information you need to give to them. What do they want to know? What do they need to know? It's important to satisfy their expectations. Otherwise, my presentation will be seen as a failure for them.

If my purpose was to persuade my audience to do something, their behavior after my speech can tell me if I did in fact persuade them.

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Re: Re: Effective Business Communication - Audience Analysis
Posted in Collaboration > Forums on 1/13/2017 3:33:49 PM

You are so right Toi,

 You have to know the age group you are talking to. You can't get in front of some toddlers talking about politics LOL, you will lose their attention real quick.

Kathy Wells Edwards Commented: Please review the Discussion Board Matrix to see the word count requirement for responses. Thanks for your response.

 
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Re: Re: Effective Business Communication - Audience Analysis
Posted in Collaboration > Forums on 1/13/2017 3:42:47 PM

Right Romell,

You do have to be careful about what you say to certain groups. If you did a speech about video games, my 13yr. old son will give you all his attention LOL. But if you change it up and start talking about how to clean his room, you will lose his attention. wink

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