Tap into the powerful techniques of professional actors and great communicators....
The Pin Drop Principle is a step-by-step master class for anyone wishing to become a more confident and credible communicator. Lewis and Mills believe all business professionals ought to deliver their message in such an engaging way that one could literally hear a pin drop when they speak. The secret to doing so comes from an unusual world: professional acting. By activating "objective" and "intention" - the main tools of actors (and great communicators) - business people can give their messages meaning and relevance, so the recipients walk away knowing why the message is important and what is in it for them.
- Empowers business professionals with performance-based delivery techniques from storytelling to vocal dynamics essential to becoming a great communicator.
- Written for anyone wishing to engage listeners, establish instant credibility, influence key decision makers, and create a positive lasting impression.
- Based on the Pinnacle Method, one of the most popular and groundbreaking communication skills training methods.
The Pin Drop Principle is an accessible resource for anyone who routinely needs to present ideas to large or small groups, convey feedback effectively, conduct difficult conversations, and persuade others.
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.
What members say
How to put people to sleep.....
For a book that is supposed to be about holding the attention of an audience, it is completely boring. I had to turn it off after an hour, and I wish I could get my credit back. The information given is definitely good, but it's so boring to listen to, that I'll never get through it.
There are much better books out there for this. Books that don't make you zone out every thirty seconds.
If you need a sleep aid, buy this one. If you want to learn how to captivate an audience, look elsewhere.
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Badly timed edits
The editing of this book is atrocious, very jarring that the header for the next section is cut so close to the preceding sentence that it sounds like it part of the same text. The fact that the recording is discussing improving presentation skills makes it even more irritating