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TRAINING: Public speakers train for a laugh - Is comedy a serious presentation tool? Jennifer Small reports
’So, I went to the dentist. He said: ’Say aaah.’ I said: ’Why?’ He said: ’My dog’s died.’’ While no one’s suggesting that you walk into your next business presentation and become Tommy Cooper, it seems there’s something to be said for making people laugh. It goes back to the old adage that we buy from people we like - and, of course, making people laugh is one of the best ways to get them to like you. But if you’re naturally about as funny as Adolf Hitler, how can you learn to put your audience at ease - and even get a bit of a giggle - when you’re presenting?