The professional presentation involves the ability of the individuals or learners to precisely and clearly explain the content of the research work. The researchers present themselves in the best possible manner to overcome stress and enjoy the process. To create a more relaxed style, the presenters must devise the strategy to control his nervous energy before he begins the presentation (Živković 468). First, the researcher must ensure that he covered all the necessary contents in the presentation document. Second, the presenter takes a deep breath and adequate time over the words. Similarly, the professional presenter must improve the validity and reliability of the document.

The presenters occasionally experience some weaknesses during the presentation. For instance, some people are too verbose and take a long time to complete their presentations (German 23). Second, the scholars can unknowingly use the ineffective visuals such as poor slides, which reduce the quality of the presentation documents. For example, the slides with garish colors, small fonts, and unnecessary animations rarely attract the attention of the audience. Third, the presenters can speak incoherently such as rushing over the important contents (German 26). Lastly, some public speakers avoid eye contact with the audience and show a lack of dynamism.

To solve the weaknesses during professional presentations, the speaker must use short and concise document and limit himself to a few main points. Notably, an adult has an average of 15 to 20 minutes attention span. Second, the presenters must avoid flash document and use consistent information (German 47). To avoid rushing through the presentation, the speaker can deploy a deep breathing technique to suppress the stress and reduce the nerves activities. Also, the individual can engage the audience during public speaking (Živković 468). The presenters can move freely around the stage during the presentation and maintain eye contact with the audience.