The Power Presentation

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About the author:
D. Eric Williams has ministered throughout the Mountain-West region since 1988. In addition to his current pastorate at Cottonwood Community Church he is the Chaplain at the Idaho State Veterans Home in Lewiston Idaho. He holds a BA from the University of the State of New York and an MA from the Southern California Graduate School of Theology and is ordained with the Conservative Congregational Christian Conference. Eric his wife and nine children have home-schooled for over 20 years.

Eric's ministry is focused on Christ centered expository Bible teaching that is covenantal in nature. His goal is to help families fulfill the kingdom mandate by developing a Christian worldview firmly founded on biblical truth.

The Power Presentation
 

Authored by D. Eric Williams

Studies show the #1 factor for career success is communication skills. In these tough economic times it is critical that you learn to communicate with power and effectiveness.

Public speaking is the language of leadership. If you can stand in front of a group and convey your ideas in an understandable and interesting fashion, you will automatically be seen as a leader. You will be recognized as an expert - even if you are only one step ahead of the crowd. Think about the great leaders and business personalities in history. William Jennings Bryan, Winston Churchill, FDR, Martin Luther King Jr., Ronald Reagan, Lee Iacocca and others. Everyone of these people were mere mortals like you. However, everyone of them knew how to speak the language of leadership; they knew how to convey their ideas in a public presentation in an understandable and interesting way.

The Power Presentation will show you how to do the same.


Publication Date:
2007-11-15
ISBN/EAN13:
1434818985 / 9781434818980
Page Count:
154
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.5" x 8.5"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Business & Economics / Leadership




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