(PRWEB) November 08, 2012
Today’s fast-paced and highly competitive world demands effective communicators and people who can wield the power of speech. Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “Speech is power: speech is to persuade, to convert, to compel.” In the new book SHE: Speaking Hawthorne Effect by MKA, readers will learn how to harness this skill and use it for becoming effective and efficient individuals.
MKA, a trainer in project management and project finance, has always loved public speaking and found inspiration in the speeches and legacy of influential speakers like Churchill, Luther King and Malcolm X. One of the secrets for conveying a message effectively, according to the author, is captivation and this skill can be learned and developed using the right strategies.
In SHE: Speaking Hawthorne Effect, MKA brings together the tools and techniques which were used by some of the greatest “captivators” in the past and present time. His work is grounded on principles of human psychology and the works of some of the greatest public speakers the world has ever known.
Comprehensive and practicable, SHE: Speaking Hawthorne Effect is designed to make readers learn the process of “captivating” and how they can integrate their new skill in their quest for success.
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About the Author
MKA loves public speaking. He is a trainer in project management and project finance. He lives and works in his native Ghana, with his wife Franklyn and their five sons Barima, Baffour, Nana Yaw, Temeng and Kwatia.
SHE: Speaking Hawthorne Effect * by MKA
Speaking Hawthorne Effect
Publication Date: October 16, 2012
Trade Paperback; £13.99; 128 pages; 978-1-4691-9430-1
Trade Hardback; £23.99; 128 pages; 978-1-4691-9431-8
Ebook; £3.99; 978-1-4691-9432-5
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