The Fine Art of the Big Talk: How to Win Clients, Deliver Great Presentations, and Solve Conflicts at Work

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The Fine Art of the Big Talk: How to Win Clients, Deliver Great Presentations, and Solve Conflicts at Work

The Fine Art of the Big Talk How to Win Clients Deliver Great Presentations and Solve Conflicts at Work We all know what it s like to put off an important conversation at work whether asking for a raise or promotion or telling an employee that there s a problem with his or her performance Now Debra Fin

  • Title: The Fine Art of the Big Talk: How to Win Clients, Deliver Great Presentations, and Solve Conflicts at Work
  • Author: Debra Fine
  • ISBN: 9781401302344
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Hardcover
  • We all know what it s like to put off an important conversation at work whether asking for a raise or promotion, or telling an employee that there s a problem with his or her performance Now Debra Fine, conversation and communication guru, shows us how to come out on top of those dreaded office chats and how to achieve what we want in each situation Debra includes specWe all know what it s like to put off an important conversation at work whether asking for a raise or promotion, or telling an employee that there s a problem with his or her performance Now Debra Fine, conversation and communication guru, shows us how to come out on top of those dreaded office chats and how to achieve what we want in each situation Debra includes specific advice on exactly what to say, when to say it, and what body language to use to achieve the desired results Learn how to Become skilled at the art of quiet negotiation Determine your sales message Keep meetings on track and stick to an agenda Analyze what your body language conveys often it s not what you think Overcome public speaking fears Offer feedback to employees and bosses alike in a constructive, productive way Reduce conflict in the office and with customers and clients Fire someone or deny someone an expected promotion Inform that longtime supplier that his products haven t met with quality standards lately, and tell that major customer that her shipment is going to be late Master e mail and voice messaging etiquette, and make a positive impression every time And much .The Fine Art of the Big Talk is the perfect book for CEOs, managers, and principals, as well as staff and administration, who want to gain techniques that result in improved work environments, increased revenues, and positive interactions in the workplace.

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    One thought on “The Fine Art of the Big Talk: How to Win Clients, Deliver Great Presentations, and Solve Conflicts at Work

    1. Marie-Claude on said:

      Had to read this for school. Really not my kind of stuff. I found it uninteresting.

    2. Zeo on said:

      A fair portion of this book is targeted at people in sales, which I'm not. I've done some and read a bit on that though and don't think this goes in any particularly deep or unique direction on that. However, on the topic of interpersonal communication in a business environment I thought this was really good. It addresses a wide variety of common scenarios in the workplace where communication can get sticky, going into reasonable expectations (and unreasonable ones) and providing clear guideline [...]

    3. Hobie on said:

      Nothing new here. My sense is that the author has is good at public speaking and caught a break somewhere down the line that has allowed her to speak publically as a full time job and she decided to write a book. A few helpful things but I guess I was expecting more.

    4. Destini on said:

      I'm only on page 18 and I'm already liking where this is going! It's got me thinking.

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