“UnAfraid, UnFrazzled & UnFrogettable” a book by Leila Witkin & Barbara Eubanks, provides the reader with tools for effective public speaking all in one place. Described are various therapeutic approaches used by high-performance coaches, human potential leaders and mental health professionals in overcoming self-limiting phobias, fears and anxieties. Helpful suggestions are offered to discover, improve and strengthen your voice. Elements of structure and preparation are outlined that go into crafting a speech. The reader is shown how to analyze the audience and elicit the appropriate reaction from them. Throughout this book, the reader is offered numerous speech-making tips and practical pointers. Pitfalls to avoid when you appear in public, give a presentation or make a speech are also included. In addition, there are many other excellent books on this subject. A recommended reading list for more comprehensive research is also included.
About the Author
In this concise guidebook, co-authors Leila Witkin and Barbara Eubanks have combined their extensive backgrounds in the theater, opera and television and their hands-on experience as respected coaches on both sides of the pond. An award-winning director and television producer in South Africa, Leila Witkin has worked with individuals, groups and corporations on three continents as an executive and personal coach. She lives in London and is a member of the UK Professional Speakers Association. In 2011 she was short-listed for the APCTC Specialist Coach of the Year Award. A lifetime member of the New York Singing Teachers Association (NYSTA), Barbara Eubanks has performed leading roles in opera and musical theater and taught vocal technique at the Manhattan School of Music and privately in New York City. Her students have performed in regional opera and music theater, on Broadway and at the Metropolitan Opera.
- Paperback: 240 pages
- Publisher: Panoma Press Ltd (11 July 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1908746645
- ISBN-13: 978-1908746641
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