The very thought of standing up in front of and then addressing an audience is sufficient to fill most people with blind terror, whether it's to be a wedding speech, a work presentation or simply proposing a toast. Yet speaking effectively in public is a skill that can be learned like any other, and this guide will teach you the techniques and tips to overcome your nerves and become an effective speaker, whatever the situation.
Covers all the practical techniques needed to plan, write and present any speech successfully Packed with advice and hints on speeches for a wide variety of occasions, from family gatherings to formal social or business events Contains a useful selection of quotations organised by subject and lists the different forms of address and references to where to find inspiration on the World Wide Web Checklists and practice examples help build confidence quickly If you only ever buy one book to help you make that speech, this should be it!
- Publication Date:
- 30 / 11 / 2005
- 196 x 143mm