21. Why should you repeat questions that you receive during your presentation? Select all that apply.
- It helps you take up more time.
- It gives you a moment to think.
- It allows you to ensure you understood the question.
- It ensures you focus on the person asking the question instead of the whole audience.
22. You give a presentation on your latest data analysis and receive feedback from the audience that they did not understand the context of the analysis. What might have caused this problem? Select all that apply.
23. According to the McCandless Method, what is the most effective way to finish presenting data to an audience?
24. You are putting together a list of your peers to run colleague tests with. What are some qualities of good peers to target?
25. Your stakeholders are concerned that you inappropriately removed data during the initial phases of your project. Which kind of objection are they making?
26. You are presenting to your stakeholders an analysis of your company’s latest quarter earnings. Your stakeholders express concern that your projections for next quarter are lower than expected. What are appropriate ways to respond to these objections? Select all that apply.
27. After a presentation one of your peers points out that you were unable to answer audience questions very well. Which step can you take to improve your question answering?
- Answer questions immediately with highly detailed answers
- Start thinking of answers during the question
- Focus your responses on people that ask questions instead of the whole audience
- Repeat questions to ensure you understood