Briefing-a specialized form of public speaking tailored to a powerful audience, such as presidents, CEOs, and generals-requires developing a specific use of skills. In Briefing for the Board Room and the Situation Room, novice and seasoned briefers will explore such issues as: How do you get past your nervousness? How do you determine the needs of an audience? How does the environment affect the likelihood of an effective briefing? How do you organize a briefing and otherwise prepare it? What makes for an effective handout, graphic, talking point, and visual? How should you answer questions? How does your personal speaking style affect your effectiveness? What should you do after the briefing is over? This guidebook gives you clear, straightforward tips and techniques to make you a confident, effective briefer who will be invited back by your audiences.
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