Presenting for Women in Business
This is a handbook for women seeking to make the right impression both on their more chauvinistic colleagues and in a general context. The book contains advice from a number of highly successful women in business, the media and politics.
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advice Angela Rumbold Anita Roddick Anna Ford answer appearance appropriate areas asked attitudes Avoid behaviour believe body language breath cent chart checklist clear client colleagues colour communication confidence Detta O'Cathain dress Edwina Currie ethics example eye contact fact feedback feel female flipchart gestures giving presentations going handouts hook humour ideas important interest Jancis Jancis Robinson Julia Somerville Kate Adie key points listening Liz Forgan look male audiences Margaret Thatcher minutes Moira Stuart nervous non-verbal notes objectives organisations overhead slides person positive prepared presentation skills professional projector questions rehearsal relaxed remember Reprise and Close response role models ROSIE BARNES script sentence Smile someone sound speak speaker speech stand style Sue Lawley talk technical Tell things tion topic TV presenter visual aids voice wear whiteboard woman women presenters