How to Talk So Men Will Listen

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Contemporary Books, 1993 - Social Science - 111 pages
From the breakfast table to the boardroom, this invaluable guide will help women get attention from even the busiest man, get their points across decisively, avoid qualifiers like "probably" that dilute the point, discourage interruptions by others, and much more.

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Contents

PREFACE
9
INTRODUCTION
15
TWO ITS A COMMUNICATION SKILL
21
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Woodall is owner and president of Professional Business Communications, a presentations management firm in Bend, Oregon, USA. She has over thirty-five years of experience in the communications field, twenty-four of them as a college professor, and twenty as a corporate trainer, speech coach, professional speaker, and consultant. Currently, Woodall is a speech coach whose clients range from prominent CEO's, politicians, sales and marketing executives, attorneys, professional athletes.

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