How to be Brilliant at Public Speaking: Any Audience, Any Situation

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FT Press, 2011 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 247 pages
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Speaking in public can be fun ? honestly!

Whatever the occasion, whatever the content, whatever the situation, this book will teach you everything you need to know to plan, prepare and deliver any speech or presentation and will give you the skills to deliver it with style, wit, charm and confidence.

Discover expert tips, tricks, tools and techniques that will help you build on skills and abilities you already have so you can stand up in front of any audience and really wow them.

Whether you?re looking for help in overcoming your fears and building your confidence, or whether you?re already quite good and want to polish your performance, this book will help you.

Anyone can learn to speak in public. This book will show you how even you can do it brilliantly.

 

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Contents

It starts with authenticity
3
Awareness
9
Empathy
53
Freshness
101
Balance
149
Fearlessness
183
Authenticity
223
The road ahead
239
Public Speaking Ingredients List
241
The Um Game
243
Wonderful Words Bingo
245
Design your stage persona
246
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Sarah Lloyd-Hughes is founder of Ginger Training & Coaching and is an experienced, energetic and empowering speaker, coach and writer working with individuals to support them in reaching their potential. She has taught thousands of people of all ages across three continents from professionals in India to young people in inner city London. Sarah?s workshops are bursting with fun, practical and extremely powerful ways to improve your public speaking and she currently works with professionals wishing to become key people of influence in their field, supporting them to become passionate, authentic and inspiring speakers.

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