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Presenting an Effective Message

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Presenting an Effective Message
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776817091
Number of pages: 57

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In this textbook you'll understand how to make a great impression, what processes your listeners are going through to make sense of your messages, and know how the other person interprets your message to help you communicate most effectively. You'll learn all about building rapport, how to prepare and deliver a formal presentation, and even how to interpret how the listener is thinking by watching their eye movements.

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