What's Your Point?: The 3-Step Method for Making Effective Presentations

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Bob Boylan is a world-class presentation coach who trains managers at companies like Time-Warner, Blue Cross/Blue Shield and Kimberly-Clark in the art of giving effective and memorable presentations.

In What’s Your Point? he teaches a proven, quick-and-easy three-step method for developing winning presentations.

Boylan has taught hundreds ...
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Overview

Bob Boylan is a world-class presentation coach who trains managers at companies like Time-Warner, Blue Cross/Blue Shield and Kimberly-Clark in the art of giving effective and memorable presentations.

In What’s Your Point? he teaches a proven, quick-and-easy three-step method for developing winning presentations.

Boylan has taught hundreds of executives to deliver better, more effective presentations, and now his secrets are available to readers, as well:
  • Audience analysis—identify what they want and what they’ll respond to
  • “Point of View”—the key element in the best presentations
  • Immersion—a foolproof method for developing presentations
  • Nervousness—how to turn fear into positive energy
  • Question and answers—how to handle a tough audience.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781580624602
  • Publisher: Boylan Enterprises
  • Publication date: 1/1/2001
  • Pages: 180
  • Sales rank: 848,193
  • Product dimensions: 5.99 (w) x 9.14 (h) x 0.41 (d)

Table of Contents

1. Why Presentation Skills?
2. Focus Who and Where?
3. Focus the Content
4. Getting Correct Content
5. To Write or Not to Write
6. Audiovisual Aids
7. Your Delivery System
8. Nervous?
9. Beginnings and Endings
10. Humor
11. Question and Answer Time
12. If You Speak a Lot
13. COntribute--Don't Perform
Appendix A: Problem Index
Appendix B: BGO List
Index
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