However, my point is that the point of my presentation is not to "convince" but to say "this is how I see it."
What happens, though, is that the presentation is often so thorough, it convinces on its own merits. If there is a "disconnect with reality", that should be pointed out, since that is often the entire reason for my making the presentation. Te naturally shares knowledge, and the negative feedback is often more valuable than any positive feedback, because I've successfully presented things well enough that constructive criticism is possible. In all likelihood, the criticism, the "disconnect with reality" turns out upon investigation and discussion to clarify the topic at hand, and disproves neither presenter nor criticizer.
What I see along the Fe/Ti vs Te/Fi divide is that the mannerisms of Te are interpreted in Fe terms. In my head, I'm just listing fact, fact, fact in an organized Te way, showcasing my reasoning. The listener in Fe mode is hearing oratory intended to convince, not a list of facts. Thus, in more casual environments, I insert a lot of "I thinks" and "perhaps" and "maybes" just to bypass that "oratory" interpretation.