This will be a thread for us to compile our strategies for appealing socially conventional.
Ways to be polite and not appear arrogant or disrespectful.
This is obviously a problem people who aren't NT have, but more NTs have it.
I will compile them into this OP list:
Try to bait questions if you don't think people know what you're talking about. Try to have people make the statements you wand to make to them.
This will give people a chance to speak when you're explaining something complex, it will make it feel more like a conversation which helps to maintain their attention.
All in all, Socrates manages to hold the attention of people for whole discussions and he does it by asking and receiving questions.
It can also be useful for baiting compliments from others when attempting to secure a responsibility. When there is something at work you want the responsibility of doing, have your boss compliment you on the attributes you have that would serve you well in the task. For example, talk nonchalantly about something exemplary you did in a way that the person you're speaking to will respond in the way of "Well that's only because you're so...".
This compliment fishing and dialogue development comes easily to some people, but to many of us it's simply not instinctive.