If someone asks you to introduce yourself, how do you do it? Well, the most simple way is to keep it simple and straight. Just tell your name followed by what you do, and take it ahead from there. But what do you do when you have to introduce someone else or a topic of discussion? Well, you need not chew your fingers in desperation or anxiety. It is not that tough, when there are so many resources to get yourself prepared.
Okay, first of all, though it is not very difficult to speak in front of an expectant crowd, it is definitely going to make you nervy. But nothing to worry there. Remembering the following things will be helpful in improving your oratory skills.
(Sample 1): Introductory Speech of a New Recruit
I am (your name). Before I tell about myself, I would like to appreciate and thank the organizers of (tell the program name where you are called to give your introductory speech), with all my heart which has allowed newcomers like me to meet and know most of our company employees at a single venue. This is quite a heartwarming session.
So, I am (your name). I joined in (the new company name) as (designation). I am from (place)., I worked at (company) as (designation) for so & so years prior to joining this company. I have an overall experience of __ years in media and communications industry.
Here, at (company name), as far as my understanding about my job profile is concerned, I am supposed to do.....(tell simply about your expected duties and responsibilities here).
To back my support, my credentials in this industry and to add to my personal growth in this career, I have been making contributions to this industry in the form of......(writing articles, etc). As a result, I got appreciated by (appreciator name).
With all my experience till now and guidance that I have been getting under the supervision of my immediate superior, (superior name), I hope that I can meet the expectations you guys have on me.
Thanks for giving me this opportunity!
This can be one of the ways you can introduce yourself on the professional front. The method and details will ofcourse vary depending upon the change in the situation.
(Sample 2): Introduction of a Topic - 'Fibroids'
|Have you ever noticed how some things are such a part of life but we don't talk about them in normal every day conversation. Well... (say it straight forward) fibroids are one of those 'some' things. If you know what fibroids are and more importantly, if you know the signs and symptoms, you will possibly be able to save a life. This is because some symptoms of life-threatening conditions arise from fibroids. Understanding the signs and symptoms of fibroids definitely puts you in a better position to decide whether you need to see a doctor or if you need to visit the emergency room. If it is not life-threatening; rather lifestyle threatening, then this discussion could show you the options available.|