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Art of the Brief: Become a Subject Matter Expert


 
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Public speaking is hard enough, giving a briefing is downright painful. All eyes are on you, and your audience expects a lot out of you. Take the stress out of briefing and learn how to keep cool under pressure and deliver effective presentations. From the initial research phase, to giving a great presentation—this guide has got you covered.

Learn How to:

  • Develop breifings that keep your audience’s attention
  • Tailor your brief to your audience
  • Select the appropriate format for your brief
  • Keep calm and deal with stage fright
  • Use graphics and charts effectively
  • Prepare and rehearse your presentation
  • Avoid common mistakes and pitfalls
  • Deal with hecklers and loud-mouths

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5 of 5 Five Stars April 9, 2020
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5 of 5 Outstanding book on public speaking April 8, 2020
Reviewer: Bill (Amazon Reviewer)  
I am retired military, so I was eligible to buy this book at a much lower price than here on Amazon (where shipping is not included, and the base price is higher). That said, I think this book is the best summary of public speaking principles and advice I have ever seen, and well worth the Amazon price for anybody interested in the subject. It covers all the relevant topics, and in typical military style, has sections that are very well organized and clearly written. "Brief" is military jargon for any public speaking subject to any military audience and includes audiences of both higher and lower rank, but the content of this book is equally useful for audiences not in uniform. These days books by billionaires in business are popular, but readers should also check out the style that reaches military audiences (uniformed and civilian)--audiences composed of members of one of the few US institutions that continue to be generally respected in these complex times.

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