The Quick and Easy Way to Effective Speaking
In this streamlined and updated edition of Dale Carnegie’s communications classic, learn how to achieve greater success and have maximum impact as a speaker in every situation that requires convincing others of your point of view.
Good public speakers are made, not born—as the pioneer of personal business skills, Dale Carnegie, once argued. Yet business, social, and personal satisfaction and success often depends heavily upon your ability to communicate clearly.
In The Quick and Easy Way to Effective Speaking, you can acquire and perfect your public speaking skills. Featuring accessible step-by-step instructions, you will learn how to build confidence, courage, and enthusiasm in every situation, including the boardroom and beyond.
Part One Fundamentals of Effective Speaking
Speaking Effectively the Quick and Easy Way
Part Two Speech Speaker and Audience
Vitalizing the Talk
Sharing the Talk with the Audience
Part Three The Purpose of Prepared
Making the Talk to Inform
Making Impromptu Talks
Part Four The Art of Communicating
Part Five The Challenge of Effective Speaking
Organizing the Longer Talk
Applying What You Have Learned
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