Presenting clearly and confidently is an important transferable skill and will help you to achieve success in your academic life and future career. This book will teach you the art of delivering great presentations, with advice on using your voice, body language and the latest online tools, platforms and software.
This book provides an accessible guide to the fundamentals of effective business communication. Taking account of the thinking processes which inform the way we interact, it will help you process information more effectively and create stronger relationships and networks.
Shows how to plan, organise and run a conference for any situation. This book offers advice on identifying the target audience; setting achievable conference objectives; selecting and briefing speakers; marketing the event; getting the logistics right; organising conference documentation; on-the-spot administration of the conference; and others.
Perfect Presentations! helps students and professionals gain the skills and confidence they need to give an effective presentation. This lively, concise and to-the-point guide offers practical advice and tips not only on how to plan and prepare, but also on how to deliver the perfect presentation.
Speaking Your Mind: Oral Presentation and Seminar Skills is designed with the belief that the key to good speaking is an awareness of audience and context and knowledge of the techniques of argumentation or rhetoric.
Using extensive research based on empirical evidence, this title provides the reader with practical and simple guidelines, exercises and tips to improve performance, including: advice on the use of classical rhetoric; how to write a speech when in a rush; the myths surrounding visual aids; the use of body language; and more.
A guide to becoming a successful speaker. It offers advice on how to: keep audiences engaged; prepare, plan and structure; use visual aids; inspire your listeners; present at work; make wedding and social speeches; and, understand body language.
A guide to conquering the corporate meeting. It helps you learn the essential subtle tricks that pay big dividends by making you look really clever in meetings: constant nodding, pretend concentration, useless rhetorical questions, how to nail the big presentation by pacing and getting someone else to control your slides.