Aziz, Khalid
September 2007
Financial Management;Sep2007, p35
Trade Publication
The article offers suggestions for financial managers on how to become a more confident and effective public speaker. According to the author, a recent survey of business leaders found that 71 percent were nervous about addressing a large conference and 80 percent were concerned at the prospect of a television interview. He enumerates ways to improve presentation skills without professional help.


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