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To cap­ture the au­di­ence’s at­ten­tion, a good speaker must en­gage the au­di­ence. This could be done by ask­ing ques­tions. For ex­am­ple, if one is speak­ing on de­vel­op­ing lead­er­ship, here are ques­tions to en­gage the au­di­ence.

• How many of you believe that lead­er­ship mat­ters in the work­place?

• What do you think is the great­est chal­lenge fac­ing a leader?

Why do you think lead­ers fail to lead?

By Dr Victor S.L. Tan

Dr Victor SL Tan is the chief ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cer of KL Strate­gic Change Con­sult­ing Group. He un­der­takes change man­age­ment con­sult­ing and train­ing. He is also the au­thor of 10 man­age­ment books. His lat­est pro­gramme is Ap­ply­ing The Art Of Hap­pi­ness In The Work­place. For in­for­ma­tion about his pro­gramme, please con­tact him at vic­torsltan@klscc.com or 012 3903168.

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