Lessons from 100 of the world's greatest speakers and speeches - now in new mass paperback edition.
What does it take to become a skilled speaker and orator? Learn from the speakers who moved masses!
Clinton, Churchill, Mandela, JFK, Obama, Buffett - each orator is profiled and their techniques analysed.
Even today, being able to deliver a fantastic speech or presentation is essential to success at any level.
This is a unique and fascinating guide for anyone who wants to become a better speaker or presenter.
First edition was serialised for 10 weeks in Times newspaper - new edition contains 10 additional speakers and their speeches.
What are the greatest speeches of all time? Who are the greatest communicators and orators and what made them so successful? And, significantly, what lessons can you learn from the world's greatest influencers and communicators? This book individually profiles 100 powerful speakers and analyses the success factors behind their greatest ever speeches. Bill Clinton, Winston Churchill, Nelson Mandela, Benazir Bhutto, Rudy Giuliani, Jack Welch, Lee Kuan Yew, JF Kennedy, Steve Jobs, Barack Obama - these are some of the great communicators featured in this fascinating book. Even in today's high-tech world, words are as powerful as they have always been, and the way they are used and the results that they achieve remain vital for progress and success at all levels. This book provides unique insights into becoming a skilled orator for today's age.
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish International (Asia) Pte Ltd
Number of pages: 336
Weight: 442 g
Dimensions: 214 x 140 x 25 mm