The 7 Principles of Public Speaking: Proven Methods from a PR Professional

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Skyhorse Publishing Inc., Jan 1, 2008 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 215 pages

Frequently cited as the number one fear among A proven, gimmick-free lesson guaranteed to business executives, public speaking doesn?t make anyone a better speaker and come naturally to most people. Pitching an idea, presenter. selling a product, or presenting a program doesn?t have to be a stomach-clenching experience to be struggled through. It can be an opportunity to relish and a chance to shine in front of a group. Whether you are selling an idea to two colleagues in a conference room or presenting a major corporate strategy to a ballroom filled with shareholders, the key to success is a clear, confident, memorable presentation.

With The 7 Principles of Public Speaking, Richard Zeoli makes the common sense, gimmick-free program he?s offered to business leaders and political candidates available to everyone. Whether you are looking to position yourself as an industry expert, extend your sphere of influence, or gain the support and backing of vital constituencies, The 7 Principles of Public Speaking will give you the tools you need to achieve your goal. If you are a polished professional, it will help you hone your skills. If you are a novice communicator, it will help you overcome obstacles and convey your message with confidence, poise, and persuasiveness.

 

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Zeoli, Richard. The 7 Principles of Public Speaking: Proven Methods from a PR Professional. Skyhorse, dist. by Norton. Nov. 2008. c.224p. pap. BUS~While this book does not break new ground, it is a ... Read full review

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Richard Zeoli is the founder and president of RZC Impact, a pioneering communications firm specializing in executive-level communication coaching and strategic messaging. Richard has advised governors, members of Congress, and Fortune 500 executives. An in-demand speaker, he regularly addresses audiences large and small on leadership and communication and has provided expert commentary on ABC, MSNBC, CNN, and National Public Radio. His website is www.rzcimpact.com.

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