A good self-introductory speech
Here’s six tips. The first three are essential. The remaining three elevate your speech from “basic” to interesting to listen to.
- Stating your name clearly
- Placing yourself – where you are from, the organization you belong to, the position you currently hold
- Background – what can you share that is related to the group’s core purpose for meeting? Is it an event, experience, a particular skill or educational qualification?
- Interest, passion or goal – what particularly interests you? What drives you? What is the personal goal you want to achieve within this group?
- Sharing personal details – hobbies or pet peeves
- Unity – what do you share in common with someone else in the group?