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The Art of Public Speaking by
Publication Date: 2017-11-15
A pioneer in the field of self-help, Dale Carnegie distilled his experiences as a salesman and lecturer in his first guide to successful speech-making,
Crash and Learn by How does a good speaker hold the attention of any audience, large or small? What are the common, but often overlooked, mistakes speakers make? Jim Smith, Jr., an acclaimed motivational speaker, presents the mistakes and then provides tips and pointers to eliminate and avoid them through his Jim's Gems. The book gently instructs and positively inspires. Jim Smith and his Gems will help any speaker or facilitator become more polished and powerful--painlessly.
Publication Date: 2007-01-22
Speak to Win by The ability to speak with confidence and deliver winning presentations can accelerate your career, earn people's great respect, and enable you to achieve your greatest-even most impossible-seeming goals. But what many people don't realize is that anyone can learn to be a great speaker, just as easily as they can learn to drive a car or ride a bike! As one of the world's premier speakers and personal success experts, Brian Tracy is the ideal instructor. In Speak to Win, Tracy reveals time-tested tricks of the trade that readers can use to present powerfully and speak persuasively, whether in an informal meeting or in front of a large audience. Readers will learn how to: - become confident, positive, and relaxed in front of any audience - grab people's attention from the start - use body language, props, and vocal techniques to keeplisteners engaged - transition smoothly from one point to the next - use humor, stories, quotes, and questions skillfully - deal with skepticism when presenting new ideas - wrap up strongly and persuasively Brimming with unbeatable strategies for winning people over every time, Tracy lets readers in on his most powerful presentation secrets in this indispensable, life-changing guide.
Publication Date: 2008-01-31
Well Said! by Whether you're making a formal presentation, wooing a client, closing a sale, or proposing an idea, persuasive communication can make the difference between success and failure. Well Said! shows readers how to put themselves in their audience's shoes and tailor their message to the needs of decision makers. It reveals simple but powerful techniques anyone can use to prioritize, organize, and economize their words so that their communications are concise, clear, and-most importantly-convincing. Complete with real-life examples illustrating the concepts in action, this handy guide teaches readers how to: Use the words and phrases that get people to listen - Capture and hold attention - Gain instant credibility with decision makers - Optimize body language - Handle Q&A with finesse - Connect with the audience - Shine with or without PowerPoint - Perfect their elevator pitch - And much more Engaging and practical, Well Said! is the one book on presentation skills every professional should own. "
Publication Date: 2012-08-22
Video: The Art of Public Speaking
Imagine you just found out you have to give a 10 minute speech in front of three hundred people next week. For most of us, this news would bring a giant wave of panic. Get tips in this 3 minute video.
Video: A Guide to Public Speaking from the Boardroom to the Nightly News
In the 24 minute video, you will learn: * How to build your confidence as a speaker * How to prepare for public speaking * Tips for giving a great talk or presentation.
Video: Become an Engaging Presenter
Learn from an accomplished career coach and actor how to make compelling presentations. He’ll share his strategies for storytelling, emotional connections, and reading the room, so you can resonate with your audience.
Video: Become a Better and Funnier Speaker
Humor is a skill you can master! This best-selling author shows you how to go from clammy to confident, and ultimately command your audience’s attention and make your message resonate.
Video: TED's Secret to Great Public Speaking
There's no single formula for a great talk, but there is a secret ingredient that all the best ones have in common. TED curator Chris Anderson shares this secret -- along with four ways to make it work for you. Do you have what it takes to share an idea worth spreading?