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Presentations That Persuade and Motivate: A Timesaving Guide for Increasing Your Effectiveness (Results-Driven Manager) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Harvard Business Review , Harvard Business School Publishing , Harvard Business School Press


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1. März 2004 Results-Driven Manager
From overcoming "stage fright" to reading and reacting to body language to tackling tough questions and delivering memorable closings, presenters from the novice to the seasoned speaker will find a wealth of advice for giving standout presentations. This book includes fast and actionable tools and strategies for improving critical management skills - culled from Harvard Business School Publishing's respected newsletters - "Harvard Management Update" and "Harvard Management Communication Letter".

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"1. "The Three Toughest Presentations" by Nick Morgan; 2. "The Key to Making Better Presentations: Audience Analysis," by Michael Hattersley; 3. "Build a Presentation That Motivates," by Nick Morgan; 4. "Coping with Stagefright: How to Turn Terror into Dynamic Speaking," by John Daly and Isa Engleberg; 5. "Are Your Presentations Inspiring? One of the Great Speeches of History Offers Some Surprising Lessons"; 6. "Five Winning Ways to Begin a Presentation, Six Ways to Grab Your Audience Right from the Start," by Beverly Ballaro; 7. "Are You Listening to Me? Here's How to Get Your Audience to Tune In," by Richard Bierck; 8. "You Are the Best Visual: Use Your Own Physical Presence to Drive Home Your Presentation's Point," by Judith Humphrey; 9. "Handling Q&A: Five Kinds of Listening"; 10. "Impromptu Speaking: The Secret Is to Prepare For Spontaneity," by Cheryl Wiles; 11. "Six Ways to Overcome Your Fear of Public Speaking," by Mike Grenby; 12. "Presentations 101: Don't Make These Common Mistakes," by John Clayton; 13. "Presentations That Appeal to All Your Listeners: Make Sure Your Talk Is Geared Toward the Three 14. Learning Styles and Levels," "How to Make Even Weak Speeches Great: The Key Is Using Your Physical Presence to Create Trust," by Nick Morgan; 15. "The Ten Commandments of Presentations"

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From overcoming "stage fright" to reading and reacting to body language to tackling tough questions and delivering memorable closings, presenters from the novice to the seasoned speaker will find a wealth of advice for giving standout presentations. This book includes fast and actionable tools and strategies for improving critical management skills - culled from Harvard Business School Publishing's respected newsletters - "Harvard Management Update" and "Harvard Management Communication Letter".

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2.0 von 5 Sternen Big name - big disappointment 27. Mai 2005
Von Karl - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've bought a number of Harvard Business School books over the years, and I've never had reason for complaint - until now. Because this book is one big letdown.

The contents of the book follow the usual reprint pattern, more or less, consisting of a number of focused chapters by several different authors. The exception to the rule, in this instance, is that one author in particular (who also edited the book?) features several times.

Not that it makes much difference who wrote what, because the entire contents are uniformly mediocre.

Firstly there's far too much "what" you should do, and far too little "how" to do it.

Secondly, there doesn't seem to have been any attempt at all to deal with the frequent, and wholly unnecessary repetition - or sometimes contradiction - in the information on offer.

Thirdly there seems to be considerable confusion as to what is meant by the word "presentation". Thus more than one author pigeonholes their comments under sales, speeches, etc., instead of giving guidance that is useful in ANY presentation. Which wouldn't be so bad if only these "tips" weren't presented at such a high level that they are almost entirely devoid of useful detail.

The fact is that anyone with a passing knowledge of the presentations business - but without any practical experience - could have written this book. And quite likely made a better job of it.

Indeed, I have a book on "Successful Presentation Skills" (ISBN 0-7494-3259-4) which I got 2-3 years ago, which covers everything in the Harvard book, and quite a lot more, without the pointless repetitions. It also gives far more practical advice - both "how" to do things, and "why". For example, instead of merely naming different types of presentations, it identifies the five most frequent reasons for giving a presentation, and defines a basic layout for each.

Despite that, it's written by just one person. And it's cheaper!

Not very difficult to decide which book to go for, IMO.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen I'd only buy it if you can find it for cheap 31. Oktober 2005
Von D. Macneil - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I'd echo a lot of the other reader points.... it was a lot of fluff from HBS. However, some of the articles has some novel ideas that I hadn't thought of, and for that reason I would give it 3 stars. It is a selection of articles from past Harvard writers, which can indicate a certain level of professionalism. Having each article linked to a "recommended reading" suggestion has provided some interesting next books to read on the topic.

I paid full paperback price for this (a minor $15) and I would have felt better if I had paid a used book price after having read it (say $5). That should tell you what I think its worth to you.
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