Question and Answer Session Best Practices
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    Question and Answer Session Best Practices

    Nervous about your upcoming big presentation or talk?

    By this time, you have practiced a thousand times and prepared your facts-filled slides, your speech (or your presentation notes), and the outfit you’re going to wear on the big day.

    Still with all the practice and preparations you’ve done, is it possible to prepare for a question and answer session that comes after? What if the audience asks a difficult question, would you be able to think on your toes and answer it calmly?

    Believe it or not, you can actually prepare for a frustrating situation like this. Ashish Aurora, Co-Founder of SketchBubble, and Visme created an infographic cheat sheet that will help presenters, especially the beginners, excellently answer difficult questions and, at the same time, keep their cool.