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15 Successful Communications Lessons by Mark Magnacca


A brand new collection of essential insights for your business and career from world-renowned experts…now in a convenient e-format, at a great price!


Make Your Point, Get Heard, Get Understood, and Get Action!


Get results! Master breakthrough communications techniques for every audience and every medium—from PowerPoint to face-to-face conversations! Learn to succeed at everything from making a great first impression to communicating complex data…listening effectively to managing a flood of email!


From world-renowned leaders and experts, including Jerry Weissman, Mark Magnacca, Terry Fadem, Jurgen Wolff, David M. Levine, and many more


Included in this collection:


  • Less Is More: The Proper Use of Graphics for Effective Presentations (Jerry Weissman)
  • Grabbing Your Audience’s Attention Immediately: If You Don’t, Your Presentation May Be Doomed (Jerry Weissman)
  • Don’t Make Them Think!: Creating the Best Flow for the Elements of any Great Presentation (Jerry Weissman)
  • Grab Your Audience’s Attention: First Impressions Set the Presentation On—or Off—Course (Mark Magnacca)
  • Presenting to Win: How to Use Animation Effectively to Tell Your Story (Jerry Weissman)
  • Presenting Data in Charts and Tables: Categorical and Numerical Variables (David M. Levine and David F. Stephan)
  • How to Get Your Presentation Audience to Aha! (Jerry Weissman)
  • Capturing Your Audience Immediately (and You Are Off to a Great Presentation!) (Jerry Weissman)
  • Great Questions: The Most Important Tool in a Manager’s Toolbox (Terry J. Fadem)
  • How to Guide Conversations Toward Extraordinary Results (Jurgen Wolff)
  • Unasked Questions Are Foolish Ones (Terry J. Fadem)
  • Create Your Personal Questioning Style (Terry J. Fadem)
  • How to Keep the Email Monster from Eating You Alive (Jurgen Wolff)
  • How to Ask the Best Probing Questions (Terry J. Fadem)
  • The Role of Listening in Asking the Right Questions (Terry J. Fadem)

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