How to Communicate Effectively With Anyone by Elizabeth Oprah
Persuasion Mastery

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Synopsis

Communications is something that is very complicated, it goes way beyond just speaking. Talking is just that, talking.

Communication is when you are getting your ideas across to another person and making them known and understood. Learning how to be an effective communicator means that you are able to clearly get your ideas across to others, which is not always easy to do. Some people seem to be gifted with this skill, they can take a podium and speak and hold the audience’s attention, and they are never at a loss for words, never stumble over questions and seem to be able to easily sway people to their point of view.

No matter if you want to polish up your communication skills to end miscommunication problems in your personal life, or if you want to be a more effective speaker or more persuasive when speaking at work, this book will be able to help you. We will help you learn how to effectively get your point across in both your verbal and written communications so that you look more profession and can better get your point across.


AUTHOR BIO

Elizabeth Oprah teaches communication and speech classes at college in Chicago, where she moved with her family ten years ago.  In addition to teaching, Elizabeth runs training classes for people working in sales orientated industries, helping them learn how to be more effective at closing deals when dealing with customers.  She holds smaller sessions on site, but also has larger seminars, which are very successful, and usually fully booked.
 

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Elizabeth Oprah teaches communication and speech classes at college in Chicago, where she moved with her family ten years ago.  In addition to teaching, Elizabeth runs training classes for people working in sales orientated industries, helping them learn how to be more effective at closing deals when dealing with customers.  She holds smaller sessions on site, but also has larger seminars, which are very successful, and usually fully booked.
 
Published March 26, 2013 by Osmora Inc.. 64 pages
Genres: Self Help, Business & Economics, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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