This practical book presents a formula for effective presentations which can be learnt quickly and applied to virtually any presentation situation. The book provides tips and advice on such topics as how to overcome anxiety; how to present an argument; how to assert yourself to ensure that a point registers with your audience; how to improve voice quality; how to hold an audience's attention and how to choose the right visual aids. Also featured are checklists to help readers with last-minute preparations to deliver their presentations with confidence.
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