What the Pros Know

Mastering the Most Important Parts of Your Presentation
Narrated by: Carol Ann Keers
Length: 14 mins
Categories: Business, Career Skills
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If you're going to move your audience to take action, you need to move out of your comfort zone at critical times. How you open your presentation and answer questions in a presentation gives your audience a sense of confidence in how well you know your subject matter as well as tells them your level of capability and presence. We'll give your tips on how to give your presentations more impact and power and insights into managing Q&A with grace.

Change Masters has individually coached thousands of global executives to significantly improve their leadership communication skills since it was established in 1986. The Change Masters Leadership Success Series gives you usable information, containing pragmatic tools that have been road-tested by top leaders. Many times people consider a seminar successful if there is one usable nugget or idea. This series captures the most valuable nuggets we've gleaned to give you high value and save you time.

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How to give a presentation

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

Not time well spent, the book should of stated it was about giving presentations, not leadership communications.