Bookshelf: SPEAK (so your audience will listen)

Bookshelf: SPEAK (so your audience will listen)

A revolutionary new communications skills book, SPEAK (so your audience will listen), by actor Robin Kermode, has been launched to help business executives build their confidence, improve their public speaking skills and develop the way they interact with their clients authentically on a one to one basis

 

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