Lions Don't Need to Roar by D. A. Benton
Using the Leadership Power of Personal Presence to Stand Out, Fit in and Move Ahead

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The woman who made self-presentation an art shows how to use professional presence to stand out, fit in and move ahead. Covers the empowering pause, posture, gestures, and more.
 

About D. A. Benton

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D.A. Benton founded Benton Management Resources in 1976 to provide executive development and career counseling. She has worked in seventeen countries and her numerous media appearances around the world have brought her wide acclaim. Her clients include AT&T, American Express, Pepsi, United Airlines, Nabisco, Mobil Oil, PricewaterhouseCoopers & Lybrand, and NASA. Benton is also the bestselling author of "How to Think Like a CEO" and "Secrets of a CEO Coach,
 
Published January 1, 2001 by Grand Central Publishing. 257 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Self Help. Non-fiction

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As in society at large, reflecting the priority of packaging over content or performance, the emphasis of this guide to business success by Benton, who heads a consulting firm, is on how to create and

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