Speaking Up: Surviving Executive Presentations
6 Strategies for Surviving Executive Presentations
Speaking Up is an indispensable resource for anyone who needs to know how to present to those at the highest levels. This is a must-read book for surviving high-stakes meetings. Now I will recommend this book to my entire management team. The People at the Top.
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Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Sep 13, Stela rated it it was amazing Shelves: business. I started reading the book with the hope it will help me become a more savvy presenter but got so much more out of it. It introduces a whole lot of the challenges and mindset of executives which brings value to every conversation with one of them.
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Highly recommend to anyone with ambitions to grow fast without losing their values along the way. Oct 06, Jason Yan rated it really liked it Shelves: communications. I may still have some concerns regarding presenting to senior management. However, the book actually present more angles from higher profile people and how tough the meeting can be.
The problem is that the practice can is not enough, so it makes me think a tougher boss might help.
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Shane Purnell rated it really liked it May 23, Marco Morales rated it really liked it Jun 01, Robin Burton rated it it was amazing Aug 01, Pallavi Shetty rated it really liked it Sep 02, Ade rated it it was ok Sep 09, He is so clueless that in the elevator, when he should be giving a concise elevator pitch, he is rambling on about his mother and his laundry according to a business colleague who speaks Mandarin while staring at the ceiling and picking his nose. In another scene, the bored boss is yawning as our hero attempts to keep him engaged with a drum, a guitar, and a harmonica.
My book has lots of photos, and video links, but nothing like this cartoon content.
It adds a lot to the story. Smart to have turned it into the title. For multiple copies, www.