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It's Showtime! Richard Butterfield's Power of Persuasion

It's Showtime! Richard Butterfield's Power of Persuasion

by Richard Butterfield, Steven Young

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Richard Butterfield enjoys growing influence as a high-stakes coach to corporate leaders, lawyers and other professionals. In Richard Butterfield's Power of Persuasion, he offers a unique approach to developing, rehearsing and delivering compelling communications.

In short, Richard Butterfield's Power of Persuasion is a complete how-to guide to creating presentations that combine compelling substance and dazzling style.

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BN ID: 2940150484306
Publisher: Richard Butterfield
Publication date: 05/01/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 147
File size: 355 KB

About the Author

Richard Butterfield works coast to coast as a strategic communication, presentation and media skills consultant, conducting workshops and coaching sessions for business executives, physicians, lawyers, entrepreneurs, and other professionals. He specializes in high stakes presentations, program and product messaging, product launches, public speaking, media training, and facilitation. His client list includes CEOs of companies such as Gartner Inc., Tenet Healthcare, Clif Bar Inc., LinkedIn, Kaiser Permanente, EBay, The Cleveland Clinic, and Williams Sonoma, Vice Presidents at Microsoft plus leaders at Expedia, Genentech, Bayer Corporation, Egencia, Bristol Meyers Squibb, and Charles Schwab, and law firms Fenwick & West LLP, Sidley Austin LLP, and Liebert Cassidy Whitmore.

Butterfield's approach to persuasive presentations draws on his extensive experience as an actor, acting teacher, and director and is informed by a decade of public relations and marketing experience. A Stanford University graduate, he received his master's degree from the renowned American Conservatory Theater MFA program, where he later served as Conservatory Dean.

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