When speaking convey your RESPECT to and APPRECIATION of the audience. You commit to present and they commit to listen. Within every auditorium and lecture hall should exist a positive partnership.
It seems to me that school leaders, teachers, support staff and students are the ACTORS. The school and classrooms are stages. ‘Education’ is the plot and the future in life’s world the conclusion.
Can it happen that a speaker presenting the same content to a number of different audience groups can stereotype the presentation so those ending the speaking chain are unimpressed by the delivery?