March 2009
NAFE Magazine;Spring2009, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p6
The article suggests five tips about the speaking style of U.S. President Barack Obama offered by Jerry Weissman in his book "The Power Presenter: Technique, Style and Strategy from America's Top Speaking Coach." The tips include proper verbalization, good one-on-one conversations, getting personal, using clear cadence and right gestures.


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