Table of contents for Give your speech, change the world : how to move your audience to action / Nick Morgan.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction: The Only Reason to Give a Speech Is to Change the World
Part I	History and Overview
1	How Did We Get Here?
2	What to Do? The Audience-Centered Presentation Process
Part II	Preparing the Content
3	Understand the Audience
4	Craft the Elevator Speech
5	Pick the Level of Need
6	Find the Story
7	Structure the Content
8	Make the Journey
9	Involve the Audience
Part III	Rehearsing the Presentation
10	Search for the Truth
11	Choreograph the Kinesthetics
12	Pay Attention to What Your Audience Needs
13	Conquer Your Fear
14	Get Technical
Part IV	Stand and Deliver
15	The Audience-Centered Speech
16	Listen to Your Audience
17	Audience-Centered Speaking for All Occasions
Conclusion: The Secret of Charisma
About the Author

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Public speaking.