Bob Hawke did it, Winston Churchill did it to the limit, Maggie Tabberer does it, Michael Jordan does it and manages it with supreme elegance, Tiger Woods is now acquiring it, and it comes out of Oprah Winfrey's pores. Jana Wendt still does it, Ray Martin could do it if he expresses a tad more emotion, and Richard Branson does it on a good day. 'It' is known as charisma and the effect can be profound. In "The Charisma Effect", Des Guilfoyle guides the reader through techniques and models that have been shown to be key ingredients in winning the hearts and minds of individuals and groups. These techniques can change the way people respond to speakers, dramatically improve the retention of information and are applicable across a broad range of communication contexts-from one-to-one, to mass audiences. In easy-to-understand language (and drawing on the reader's own imagination and experiences), "The Charisma Effect" demystifies the concepts of form, content structure, modes of delivery and self-design and presents them as a set of learnable behaviours.
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Desmond Guilfoyle is ABC's national specialist, radio, in Training and Development. He is a previous cowinner of the Australian National Training Award.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P11007471144X
Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 007471144X