An excellent presentation is always a dialog with the audience, never a monolog. The speaker must make immediate contact with the people. The speech itself consists of a complex communication process that is consciously and subconsciously observed and co-created by the audience.
The presentation’s structure and the speaker’s skills must incorporate the various levels of communication. An outstanding speaker will play with the rules of communication as if they were an instrument, mastering the subtleties of verbal and non-verbal expression.
The speaker uses their passion for communication to create an atmosphere that encourages learning. They are present and able to increase the audience’s attention and the success of their presentation.