Trust Me: Four Steps to Authenticity and Charisma
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"Every communication is two conversations: the verbal one—the content—and the nonverbal one—the body language. If the two are aligned, you can be a persuasive, authentic communicator. You may even come across as charismatic. If the two are not aligned, people believe the nonverbal communication every time."—From the Introduction
"If you're a speaker who wants to raise your game to be the best you can be, then you need to read this book. Nick Morgan has helped some of the most remarkable professional speakers around the world create top-notch content, deliver it with authenticity and charisma—and change the world." —Tim Sanders, author, Saving the World at Work "In a political campaign today, you have to start powerful conversations that bring the candidate to life for the public, whether it's in person, on television, or through the new media. Nick Morgan's four-step approach to authentic communication is a must for cutting through the cynicism and creating real connections." —Betsy Myers, former COO, Obama for President Campaign; former executive director, the Center for Public Leadership at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government; former director, White House Office for Women's Initiatives and Outreach "As a speaker, you have to find your own voice. Nick Morgan's four-step approach to communicating with personal authenticity is by far the best I have seen for successful public speaking." —Steve Farber, author, Greater Than Yourself and The Radical Leap; president, Extreme Leadership, Inc. "Nick Morgan shares the secrets of effective communication in this ground-breaking book. His approach has helped me communicate more powerfully and charismatically with employees, shareholders, and the public." —Howard Brodsky, founder, chairman, and CEO, CCA Global Partners, Inc.
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About the Author
Nick Morgan, founder of Public Words Inc., is one of America's top communication and speech coaches. He is a former Fellow at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, affiliated with the Center for Public Leadership, and served as editor of the Harvard Management Communication Letter. He is the author of the acclaimed book Working the Room, reprinted in paperback as Give Your Speech, Change the World.
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