As a collaborative skills used to share information at work and school, creating persuasive presentations is critical to me. My friend Eileen is an excellent speaker who focuses on the needs of her audience when preparing presentations. In school, her academic presentations are structured and delivered professionally. Nevertheless, when she presented to children at the Boys and Girls Club, she made fundamental changes to her previous communication style. Eileen often changes the pitch and tine of her voice and prepared interactive activities to keep the children interested. I know that to create and engaging and effective presentation, it is significant to adapt the communication style to the audience.