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Publication Date: 2006
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Cox, Martin R.
This brief guide provides brief and helpful insight into preparing an effective presentation, including how to overcome your nervousness. Overcoming speech anxiety and dealing with nervousness, building speaker confidence, researching and using supporting materials, using language effectively, organizing your presentation, opening and closing your presentation, using PowerPoint and other visual aids, and delivering an effective speech. Anyone who has to give an oral presentation as part of their job, school, or other meetings.Cox, Martin R. is the author of 'What Every Student Should Know about Preparing Effective Oral Presentations', published 2006 under ISBN 9780205505456 and ISBN 0205505457.
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