Business & Economics, Business Communication, Meetings & Presentations
A Practical Guide by Bruce Partridge
This book will guide you in creating and conducting meetings that accomplish what they need to – make decisions and have them carried out. It gives you practical, specific, easy-to-use steps you can take to – identify and work within your ...
...a proven handbook for becoming a master facilitator by Karen Lee
Whether you’re just beginning your career or are a seasoned workshop facilitator, THE LINES IN THE SAND contains valuable tips that will enhance your practice. Through a highly readable and entertaining parable, master facilitator Karen Lee shares ...
A Guide for Presentations by Wayne Keinick
Even though most people have never heard of Glossophobia, almost all of us have experienced it―at least to some degree. Fear of public speaking is something most of us have suffered from at some point in our lives, and many of us never get past it. ...
A Guide for Dialogue and Collaboration by David J. Mitchell
Convening: A Guide for Dialogue and Collaboration engagingly describes the art and science behind one of the crucial skills of our times. In an age of complexity, when partnerships are increasingly necessary to address or resolve difficult issues, ...
7 Steps to Putting Your Best Voice Forward: Discover the Techniques of Voice-Over Speakers, Actors, and Professional Presenters by Brenda C. Smith
Finally, a book to help you improve not only the sound of your voice, but your delivery style. Inside BREATHE you’ll find the breathing techniques used by actors, voice-over speakers, singers, and presenters to create those fascinating nuances that ...
A Guide To Connecting by Eduardo del Buey
SPOKESPERSONRY EXPLORES THE DO’S AND DON’T’S OF PROFESSIONAL “SPOKESPERSONRY” -- THE ART OF BEING A SPOKESPERSON. IT LOOKS AT A NUMBER OF CASES WHERE SPOKESPERSONS AND THEIR ORGANIZATIONS HAVE DONE SOMETHING WRONG OR DONE SOMETHING RIGHT -- ANALYZES ...