Monday, September 16, 2013
Book Review - Secrets of Dynamic Communications
About the Book
What is the most important ingredient for an effective speech or presentation?
Whether you are one who speaks only on rare occasions or you find yourself addressing an audience every day, this book will be an invaluable tool. Beneficial to the experienced pro as well as the new beginner,Secrets of Dynamic Communications is a practical and effective handbook for powerful presentations of all kinds. It takes the reader through the process of selecting and developing a theme, giving it focus, fleshing it out, and communicating well with the audience. The first half is devoted to preparation, the second to delivery.
Author Ken Davis is frequently hired by individuals and companies around the world to bring his humor and expertise to others in the speaking field, and he is now bringing those concepts to the wider community as well. No abstract theories here, only step-by-step help in preparing and delivering speeches that get results! You’ll soon develop the dynamic speaking skills associated with the very best in the field.
My Take on the Book
Ken Davis is a name that I have known for some time and in this book he does a great job at helping anyone that is trying to become a better public speaker achieve that goal! Mr. Davis takes the reader through all aspects of speaking, from preparing to actually presenting and he gives the reader amazing tips to aid the reader in keeping the audience engaged through a well planned out speech. I really appreciated this book as I give many speeches in the work that I do, and I know that I can always become a better communicator and give more effective speeches and everything in this book is geared toward doing that! The SCORRE method toward preparing and presenting your speech is a great way to re-conceptualize speaking and I know that I, for one, can easily put these ideas into practice!
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