Posts Tagged ‘public speaking’

Lincoln on Leadership: Executive Strategies for Tough Times. (Off the Shelf).

Tuesday, May 10th, 2016:

by Donald T. Phillips Warner Books – ISBN 0-446-39459-9 (Paperback) Donald T. Phillips’ book, Lincoln on Leadership: Executive Strategies for Tough Times, is an expertly detailed record of what he believes were President Abraham Lincoln’s leadership qualities and how today’s manager can apply those qualities to people and problems. Phillips relates vividly how he believes Lincoln understood the precepts of leadership, while addressing sound management principles in a well-organized, easy-to-follow comparison of Lincoln’s precepts with current leadership skills. The author writes that most of today’s leadership principles are usually expressed abstractly when, in truth, there is a great need for […] Read More →

Types of Public Speaking

Sunday, April 10th, 2016:

Public speaking is when you stand before an audience and deliver a speech in a formal or an informal situation. Speaking in front of a large audience is usually a daunting task, and it is very natural for a person to become nervous. As it has become a serious career option, many people are enrolling for classes where they are taught skills and techniques to speak well before the public. However, to be a good public speaker, it is necessary that one should know the different styles and the skills required for each one of them. There are basically four […] Read More →

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