If you want to influence, persuade, or inspire your team, clients, or a room of colleagues, you need to be a skilled speaker. Are your communications skills up to par? Can you think on your feet and deliver a compelling message at any moment? Learn how to deliver presentations, lead meetings, and communicate the company vision with ease and confidence, speaking in a compelling manner that arrests attention and makes people want to follow you.
Use the time-tested strategies in this audio collection from America’s leading communicators and best-selling authors to learn and practice your skills. Your words matter, as does how you carry yourself when you speak. When you communicate your vision with passion and fire, you will move people into action.
Some people say communications skills are essential to your business success, but advanced skills are rarely taught in schools and universities. Now you can learn at your own pace at a time that’s convenient for you, while you commute or work out. Understand how you can become a “leader manager” and advance your position in the workplace.
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If you're a CEO or even just a manager in business, you already know everything here. The title is misleading as is the description. Very disappointing.
Being a CEO in this economic climate means you are having hard conversations, delivering unpopular news and presentations. This book doesn't address any of that.
voice is grating, impossible to listen to the narrator delivering OLD information like it was a fresh idea. Very annoying.
I gave two stars for that reason(college level), if you've been doing business or giving presentations already, and need some help on improving your skill, don't waste your money or time on this, however, if you are a beginner or just started to manage people, perhaps this book might help, because it gives a lot of basic materials. Too much basic materials, that I got bored, not that I'm all that great, I was looking for something that the title states; CEO communication skills, boy, I was naive.
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