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by Mark Wiskup

  • ISBN: 0446695548
  • Category: Skills
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Mark Wiskup
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Business Plus (September 15, 2005)
  • Pages: 192
  • ePub book: 1280 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1718 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 323

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In this one-of-a-kind book perfect for the millions of people who stand up in front of colleagues and employees on a regular basis, Mark Wiskup offers nine quick and easy steps to make each presentation one your audience will never forget

In this one-of-a-kind book perfect for the millions of people who stand up in front of colleagues and employees on a regular basis, Mark Wiskup offers nine quick and easy steps to make each presentation one your audience will never forget. Tips include why less information is often more why you need to hook them from the very first word how vivid scenarios can make your presentation what three words can ruin any business presentation and much, much more! См. также: Общий менеджмент. Похожие книги: Presentation .

You are here: Blog Starting a Business Presentation . The book is thin, just 180 pages and is a very easy read (I love easy reads!). From Perspiration to Persuasion in 9 Easy Steps. I have not read any books by Wiskup before, but I found him very engaging, direct, witty, even funny. The book’s goal is to make you lose your fear of the podium, but what I like best are his advice on what not to do. For example, he discussed the what speech openers you must absolutely NOT do (which in the past I have been guilty of)

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from perspiration to persuasion in 9 easy steps, Mark Wiskup. Material type: BookPublisher: New York : Warner Business, 2005Description: x, 181 p. ; 21 c. SBN: 0446695548. Other title: Persuasion in 9 easy steps. Subject(s): Business presentations Oral communication Public speaking Persuasion (Psychology)DDC classification: 65. 52 Online resources: Table of contents. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

Mark Wiskup has the answers. In this one-of-a-kind book perfect for the millions of people who stand up in front of colleagues and employees on a regular basis, Mark Wiskup offers nine quick and easy steps to make each presentation one your audience will never forget. Your palms are sweaty. Your fingers tremble. Everybody is watching you, waiting to be blown away. What are you going to do with it? Mark Wiskup has the answers

Presentation S. O. S. : From Perspiration to Persuasion in 9 Easy Steps.

Presentation S. Mark Wiskup counsels professionals on how to create and deliver successful and engaging business presentations, in a guide that outlines nine key steps that encompass such strategies as using storyteller methods, avoiding negative terms, and implementing 'less is more' tactics. By (author) Mark Wiskup. We can notify you when this item is back in stock. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). Everything you need to make your next talk a resounding success is right here-even if you dread the thought of approaching a podium!

From Perspiration to Persuasion in 9 Easy Steps.

From Perspiration to Persuasion in 9 Easy Steps. Packed with unique tips and featuring nine easy, painless steps that will transform you into a great presenter, this book shows you how to: Develop a "Power Sound Bite" to grab your listeners' attention and focus your message. Get the most out of PowerPoint-and dodge its pitfalls. Avoid seemingly harmless words and expressions that can turn the audience against you. Finish big with a knock-'em-dead "Power Close.

Everything you need to make your next talk a resounding success is right here-even if you dread the thought of approaching a podium! In Presentation S.O.S., renowned communications expert Mark Wiskup gives you a quick, concise, and (yes!) fun way to confidently sell your ideas to any audience. Packed with unique tips and featuring nine easy, painless steps that will transform you into a great presenter, this book shows you how to: Develop a "Power Sound Bite" to grab your listeners' attention and focus your message. Get the most out of PowerPoint-and dodge its pitfalls. Avoid seemingly harmless words and expressions that can turn the audience against you. Finish big with a knock-'em-dead "Power Close." Win the Q&A battle-learn how to handle even the toughest questions and most difficult members of your audience. Book jacket.

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The downside of this book is that it has no visuals, no pictures, no fancy color printing inside, and it is printed in expensively; no bells & whistles - just meat & potatos.

Recently, wanting to move my presentation skills to the next level, I spent $1,500 on books & audio. Without a doubt THIS BOOK IS THE BEST resource for advanced presenters. Of all the trainings in my career I've had in presentaiton, negotiation, media & crisis communication, I recommend this as 'the golden little book' to connect with an audience.

I applied the ideas now 3 times to big presentations and each time with "knock-out" success & unsolicited feedback from the audience afterwards. Practice makes perfect !
Zulkishicage Zulkishicage
In addition to the positives mentioned in the other reviews, I have to highlight a great chapter on the often misused PowerPoint ("PowerPoint Doesn't Bore Audiences, Lousy Speakers Do") By emphasizing the importance of a good presentation and clear, simple and direct PowerPoint slides, Wiskup shows how to get the most from this tool without getting bogged down by the its technicalities. As a former training director I've seen lots of bad PowerPoint and this book provides a simple antidote.
Dandr Dandr
I went through a brief time where in presentations I could feel nervousness coming into my voice and knew it was visible to audience. It was weird because I have given same types of presentations before. Needed help, this book was a perfect fix. Small fixes that gave me my confidence back and the nervousness went away.
one life one life
I've read a large number of books on presentation and communications. Most books read painfully like text books and others labor over the subject - and often use manipulative techniques in attempt to win over the audience. Presentation S.O.S. is an enjoyable read. But don't be fooled by the cute title or the fact that the book is < 200 pages. This book is powerful in that it nails the key factors in connecting with your audience. You won't be disappointed.
Anayaron Anayaron
This book was a great help - read most of it one day, and used the techniques the very next weekend. A great book!
Arashilkis Arashilkis
To cope with my bi-monthly need to present to a group of around 150, I had read several books on presentation recently and found this relatively helpful, with the author's audience orientation and skilful writing. The dos and donts, always elaborated with rationale behind and samples, are great. In short, recommended.

p.s. Below please find some of my favorite passages for your reference.

Action items for your next presentation:
1. Banish the presentation opening donts.
- Do not thank the audience
- Do not tell the audiences how glad you are to be with them
- Do not start with a joke
- Do not start with the words "I've been asked to speak about."
- Do not apologise
- Do not force the audience to give you an enthusiastic "good morning" or "good afternoon"
2. Develop your power open
- Power open #1: Use your power sound bite as the first words that come out of your mouth.
- Power open #2: Create a story around a real or imagined person that creates a strong visual lead-in to your power sound bite. pg92

Numbers based weak power sound bite: I want to be number one in our category.
Strong power sound bite without numbers: When our customers have a choice, I want them picking us, their old firend, time after time. pg127

When you have to say you're honest, they start to wonder. pg144
Kitaxe Kitaxe
Fear of speaking in front of a group is the third greatest fear of Americans, according to the book of lists -- preceded only by death by fire and death by drowning! Yet in business we are often judged, albeit unfairly, by our ability to present.

Wiskup knows this and does a fine job of helping the reader understand where this fear originates. By understanding the particular hot button that causes your fear to rise up within you and choke your ability to present in a powerful and persuasive way, you begin to understand how to eliminate that fear.

He helps the reader understand the importance of the PSB (Power Sound Bite) to make each presentation memorable. He illustrates the power of these using both classical ("to be and not to be? That is the question!" and "Let them eat cake!") And contemporary ("You like me, you really like me!," "The tribe has spoken," and "You're fired!") examples.

Wiskup also correctly identifies a longtime trend in speaking that needs to be in every presenter's tool kit -- the art of storytelling. It is the key to moving a good presentation to a great presentation. Stories can bring out facts and figures, that presented alone, will never move an audience to life in a way that compels action.

Wiskup also identifies six deadly ways to open a presentation -- that are probably used in 90% of all your presentations -- but you'll have to buy the book to learn what they are and how to avoid them!

I found this to be a practical useful book that will stay on my bookshelf. Armchair Interviews agrees.
I was lined up to give a presentation and hadn't given one in a while. I was looking around for books that help formulate a talk in a compelling way. I bought and looked through all the books I could find on the subject matter.

This is the best book on the planet for what I wanted.

From the Power Sound Bite to the Power Close, the author lays out excellent ideas with great examples. The book focuses more on the content of great presentations (what you say) rather than the implementation of presentations (how to say it).

I practiced my presentation over and over, and refined it with Wiskup's ideas in mind. My presentation went extremely well. Wish I knew the author and could thank him personally, but I don't, so I wrote this review instead.

Eric