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Rock Your Presentation

Rock Your Presentation

This book will protect your audiences from the following disorders:
· Death by PowerPoint
· Tedium
· Compulsive fidgeting
· Losing-the-Will-to-Live Syndrome

Nearly all of us have to pitch or present our ideas, whether in a formal setting like a theatre, at a company conference, in a classroom or even selling a concept one-to-one to our boss.

In Rock your Presentation, Nigel Barlow, a professional keynote speaker and creative coach to many of the world’s most famous organisations, gives you inspiring insights and practical techniques to ‘rock up’ your presentation or speech.

Many of these tips come from exploring what makes great music so moving and impactful, and are easy to apply to make your own talks more dynamic and memorable. Try changing your key for different emotional impact; come up with a stronger chorus and an exciting climax; create your speaker’s rider; be a protest singer to unleash your passion; and learn when and how to go unplugged to touch your audience.

Whether you want to create a whole new presentation or tune up a tired old one, Rock Your Presentation will give you plenty of fresh ideas.
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Genre: Economics, Finance, Business & Management

On Sale: 1st August 2018

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9780349408903

Reviews

Rock Your Presentation by Nigel Barlow is a book that is much more than the sum of its parts. It is a book that uses a metaphor for its inspiration and its structure, but unlike so many books like that, the metaphor works and never grows tired. Even without the 'it', the content is golden and reading it reminds me of hearing a Beatles album for the first time at age 14.
Jim Harvey, MD, The Message Business
A fresh and incisive work on injecting passion into your presentations
Scottish Business Insider
Nigel Barlow approaches the subject of presenting in a fresh and interesting way with plenty of practical tips and advice. While we can all hum along to a hundred songs, he shows clearly why so many talks are so forgettable - and how to make them work.
Benjamin Ball, Director of Benjamin Ball Associates