You have to give a speech. You want to do your best. You desire for your talk to be well received by your audience. You are also extremely busy, so need a brief aid to help you master the most important basics of public speaking quickly. You have witnessed public speaking done poorly. How can you avoid making some of the same mistakes? That is the purpose of Public Speaking for Executives, Leaders and Managers – to give you a brief overview and key tips to help you prepare.
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There are two parts to speeches: content and delivery. Towering above these two pillars stands the importance of connecting with your listeners. That may be the most important contribution of the book: to aid you as a public speaker to build rapport and connect with your listeners so that your presentation is well-received, appreciated and remembered. Public Speaking for Executives, Leaders and Managers serves as a brief but valuable tool to professionals who are motivated to become first rate speakers in content, delivery and connecting with their audience.