Surprising Tricks for Powerful Public Speaking
Paul Geiger, Senior Associate Instructor at New York Speech Coaching in New York City and author of “Better Business Speech: Techniques, Tricks, and Shortcuts for Public Speaking at Work” joins Enterprise Radio.
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- What was your motivation for writing this book?
- Better Business Speech offers practical advice for a number of public speaking challenges. How does your book differ from other books on public speaking?
- In your book, you pinpoint two surprising keys to a successful presentation. What are they are and why do they make a difference?
- You advocate limiting yourself to a three-idea explanation. Why is this a good idea?
- What role do gestures play in engaging the audience?
- What is the biggest mistake that most public speakers make?
- What do you mean by “the energy of attention,” and what should a presenter do to manage it?
Paul Geiger helps businesspeople communicate clearly, overcome their fear of public speaking and promote themselves and their ideas with effective speech techniques. He is currently a Senior Associate Instructor at New York Speech Coaching in New York City. Paul uses his training, his experience and, more importantly, his intuition to figure out the key action steps that work for each individual client. Paul is also an accomplished actor, voiceover artist and on camera host. His new book, Better Business Speech: Techniques, Tricks, and Shortcuts for Public Speaking at Work (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Oct. 8, 2017), provides readers with the tools necessary to make lasting changes that will enhance speaking skills in all facets of business life.
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