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Presenting at Work: A Guide to Public Speaking in Professional Contexts

by Christine Clapp

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0578144352, Paperback)

Advance your career. Hold leadership positions. Elevate your influence. Solve critical problems. Build key relationships. Inspire greatness in others. Achieve your full potential. Leave a lasting legacy.
What do these goals have in common? They all directly and indirectly depend on a superior ability to present at work—and that’s precisely what communication experts Christine Clapp and Bjørn F. Stillion Southard help you achieve within the pages of Presenting at Work: A Guide to Public Speaking in Professional Contexts .
Created for busy, results-oriented professionals—from entry-level employees to experienced executives and everyone in between—Presenting at Work is deliberately light on theory, and loaded with actionable advice, real-world examples, and useful exercises that focus on the three key elements of workplace communication mastery:
How You Say It: learn how to rapidly transform nervousness into confidence, so that your message is polished and professional­­—whether you’re informally connecting with colleagues at a team meeting, or stepping up to the lectern at a high-profile event.
What You Say: discover a suite of useful tools to structure presentations so that your messages aren’t merely heard, but are deeply felt, accurately understood, easily remembered, and widely accepted.
Where You Say It: develop the skills you need to successfully manage various presentation situations that arise at work—from everyday meetings and briefings to profound, career-changing opportunities like job interviews and conference presentations that you’ve been missing or avoiding over the years.
Unlike generic, impractical, or just plain superficial public speaking books filled with stock photos of orators delivering formal addresses, Presenting at Work gives you the potent and practical tools, methods, and insights you need to master any workplace presentation scenario. It’s an essential resource that you’ll turn to often as you successfully advance forward on your career journey—faster, easier, and more enjoyably than you can imagine!

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