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Credibility

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The credibility of a speaker is the perception the audience has of that speaker. Credibility is based on a combination of a speaker's knowledge of the topic and how he or she presents this information. For example, if a speaker is well educated but mumbles and avoids eye contact with the audience, his or her credibility will suffer. If a speaker delivers the presentation well but does not sufficiently know the topic, his or her credibility will be reduced.


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