Everyone has different styles of presenting, but here are some of the basics to keep in mind:
Storytelling - Learning how to story tell is a super power. If you want people sitting on the edge of their seats forgetting the time, you need to structure your presentation as a story.
Hone your slides - Be sure that the slides or content that you’re presenting is high-quality. Research the information you’re sharing, remove any fluff that doesn’t need to be there, and share the most important points only.
Confidence - Be confident. You earned the right to be presenting. You’re competent in what you’re speaking about. Express that confidence.
Enthusiasm - People need to be able to feel your energy and passion for what you’re speaking about. Remember: your passion is contagious and you’re there to inspire them.
Authenticity - Don’t fake what you think people wan to see. Be yourself, with your own voice, with your own expressions, with your own movements.
Emotion - Expressing emotion is key for allowing your audience to learn from what you’re presenting. Inspire them with emotions like inspiration, sadness, motivation, or anger.