9780991081417-0991081412-11 Deadly Presentation Sins: A Path to Redemption for Public Speakers, PowerPoint Users and Anyone Who Has to Get Up and Talk in Front of an Audience

11 Deadly Presentation Sins: A Path to Redemption for Public Speakers, PowerPoint Users and Anyone Who Has to Get Up and Talk in Front of an Audience

ISBN-13: 9780991081417
ISBN-10: 0991081412
Edition: 1
Author: Biesenbach, Rob
Publication date: 2014
Publisher: Eastlawn Media
Format: Paperback 124 pages
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ISBN-13: 9780991081417
ISBN-10: 0991081412
Edition: 1
Author: Biesenbach, Rob
Publication date: 2014
Publisher: Eastlawn Media
Format: Paperback 124 pages

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Acknowledged authors Biesenbach, Rob wrote 11 Deadly Presentation Sins: A Path to Redemption for Public Speakers, PowerPoint Users and Anyone Who Has to Get Up and Talk in Front of an Audience comprising 124 pages back in 2014. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 0991081412 and 9780991081417. Since then 11 Deadly Presentation Sins: A Path to Redemption for Public Speakers, PowerPoint Users and Anyone Who Has to Get Up and Talk in Front of an Audience textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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“We've all committed the 11 deadly presentation sins on the way up in our careers. This insightful book will help make sure that your way up doesn't become the way down!"– Dr. Nick Morgan, author of Give Your Speech, Change the World11 Deadly Presentation Sins is the perfect book for public speakers, business presenters, PowerPoint users and anyone who has to get up and talk in front of an audience.Few skills are more important in business or in life than the ability to present your ideas in clear and compelling terms. A solid presentation can help you:* Close a sale with a customer* Earn a raise* Get a job* Boost your reputation in the marketplace* And much more ...ESCAPE FROM POWERPOINT HELLYet most people are not very good presenters. They put their audiences through a veritable hell on earth with a multitude of sins, from listless delivery to lackluster content, from meandering stories to mundane visuals.11 Deadly Presentation Sins offers a path to redemption for public speakers, PowerPoint users and anyone who has to get up and speak in front of an audience.MORE THAN 100 PRACTICAL TIPSThis fun, practical guide is packed with more than 100 indispensable tips you can use right away in your next presentation to help you:* Analyze your audience’s needs and concerns in order to better connect with them* Open with a bang instead of a whimper* Focus and structure your content* Find, shape and tell stories that command attention* Tap into emotion to win hearts and change minds* Create beautiful, compelling visuals to support your words* Deliver a truly energetic performance* Promote interaction and conversation to keep people engaged* Make the most of body language to reinforce your message* Plan and prepare for any contingency* Finish strongDID WE MENTION FUN?11 Deadly Presentation Sins combines lessons from the worlds of business and entertainment to help you give the performance of their life. You'll learn from Seth Godin and Star Trek, Romeo & Juliet and Ricky Gervais, Steve Jobs and Saturday Night Live.Whether you're talking to colleagues, customers or the community, in a boardroom, ballroom or church basement, you'll come away with the confidence and skills you need when all eyes are on you.ABOUT THE AUTHORRob Biesenbach is a corporate communications pro actor, and author. He’s written hundreds of speeches for CEOs and other executives and is a professional speaker himself. Rob is a former VP at Ogilvy PR and press secretary to a state attorney general, among other things. A Second City–trained actor and improviser, he has appeared in more than 150 stage and commercial productions. Rob brings these two worlds together in his presentations, workshops and books, helping people communicate more successfully in the workplace, the marketplace, and their everyday lives.

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