Speaking Your Way To The Top by Marjorie Brody

Making Powerful Business Presentations
(Essence of Public Speaking Series)

Written by a skilled trainer, speaker, former college professor, and author, this clear and focused book operates on the premise that students or employees aspiring to succeed in the workplace will achieve their goals more easily if they know how to speak persuasively and effectively.

Throughout Speaking Your Way To The Top, all aspects of making credible and persuasive presentations are covered–from delivery techniques, to entertaining the audience, to handling questions and answers during a speech–with a clear emphasis on how to impress and win over one’s listeners.

With endorsements from two of the largest and most influential public speaking groups — the National Speakers Association and Toastmasters International — this book is a professional’s key to success in the workplace.

From job interviews to multimedia presentations, the way people present themselves and their thoughts can make or break their career. But they don’t have to be a professional performer to give a great presentation – everything they need to know is right here.

Popular trainer and keynote speaker Marjorie Brody leads readers step-by-step through planning, preparing, and delivering presentations of all types.

Readers will learn about the homework they should do first, how to organize a presentation and develop the content, interesting ways to use data, how to grab attention and establish credibility, plus a wealth of other valuable information.

Brody describes what it takes to make each one successful. But that’s not all. She also provides dozens of ways to summarize and remember the most important ideas, including planning sheets, quick reviews and lists of tips and techniques.

This book should be on the bookshelves of anyone who needs to present in their professional career.

Part of the Essence of Public Speaking Series.

Format: Paperback, 170 pages
Other Information: illustrations
Published In: United States, 28 February 1998
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
ISBN: 0205268145
EAN: 9780205268146
Dimensions: 21.74 x 14.27 x 1.32 centimeters (0.27 kg)