Advanced Public Speaking: A Leader's Guide by Michael Hostetler,Mary Kahl

By Michael Hostetler,Mary Kahl

Debuting in its first variation, Advanced Public conversing: A Leader's Guide is a complete textbook designed to educate, version, and function a speech-making reference for higher point undergraduate scholars. This complex, student-engagement centred, and versatile textual content deals scholars possibilities to extend their talking skills throughout a number of extra particular and complicated contexts.

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