Say it Like Shakespeare: How to Give a Speech Like Hamlet, Persuade Like Henry V, and Other Secrets from the World's Greatest Communicator

McGraw-Hill, 2001 - 314 pagina's
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From the world's most popular writer - William Shakespeare - here are tips addressing one of the most important needs for business people today - communicating in all its various forms. Whether winning over customers, briefing top management, rallying the team, asking for a raise, or convincing the City Council to put in a new stop light, your ability to get your message across is a key factor in your success. From the master of drama, wit, love and insult, Shakespeare's writings as applied to workplace communication should enhance your knowledge while tickling your funny bone. You'll learn how to Mend your speech a little, lest it mar your fortunes, avoid sending A tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing, sharpen your body language as you Suit the action to the word, the word to the action, and learn juicy phrases to apply to your main competitor, who clearly has not so much brain as ear wax.

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Thomas Leech is well-established as one of the nation's authorities on public speaking and presentations, serving as principal of his own firm for 20 years. He brings extensive experience from the business world, with clients including Raytheon, BAE/Marconi, Rockwell, TRW, Qualcomm, Intel, Balboa Insurance, Ralph Parsons, HNC Software, BFG, Anteon and Alliant. He conducts the team presentations module for UCSD (Universit of California-San Diego) Executive Leadership Programs, and extension programs for University of California-San Diego) Executive Leadership Programs, and extension programs for University of San Diego and UCLA. He has taught management communications for National University. His articles on business communications appear regularly in Presentatisons, Master Salesman, Manage, The Toastmaster, and Business Journals. For San DIego Magazine he is long-time free-lance contributor, former business columnist, and current Outdoors Forum Editor.

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