Prendre la parole pour marquer les esprits

June 6, 2018

• Title English : Speak up to mark the spirits
• Author : Adrien Rivierre
• Pages : 288 Sheet
• Publisher : Marabout (April 11, 2018)
• Collection : Psychologie
• ISBN-10: 250113060X
• ISBN-13: 978-2501130608
• Product Dimensions : 14.6 x 2.5 x 21.5 cm
• Format Kindle : EBOOK, Epub, DOCx and Mobipocket
• Price : 15,90 FREE !!!
• Rating : ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 7/10

♦ Description : “You will never say “I’m bad at the oral”! What a pleasure to express your ideas with your friends, to take part in the lively debates of family lunches, to formulate your convictions in the professional setting with clarity and fluidity! Yet many of us are paralyzed, stammering, or mistakenly thinking that they are not “made” for it. In fact, speaking out orally is the result of real learning and acquisition of techniques. All you have to do is follow the guide and get started! In front of 2 people or 1000, in the private or professional sphere, if you have the will to mark the spirits, you will become a great speaker! 60 themes / cards to control your speeches and impact the spirits 200 very varied examples: speeches, films, series, video games … 6 testimonials from personalities who practice public speaking on a daily basis: – Clara Gaymard, company manager – Adèle Van Reeth, radio presenter on France Culture – Maître Antoine Vey, criminal lawyer at the Paris Bar – Caroline Vigneaux, humorist – Karol Beffa, professor at the Collège de France on speech / music links – Cécile Alduy, researcher at Stanford specialist in the word in politics.”

Biography

“Adrien Rivierre”

Authors biography
“Adrien Rivierre is a Public Speaking Specialist at Brightness, which annually trains hundreds of speakers. He accompanies leaders and entrepreneurs in their interventions to share their ideas with strength and persuasion. He previously worked for Clara Gaymard, founder of RAISE and former CEO of General Electric in France, before taking on the role of GE Digital’s communications director in Europe. Vice-president of the Francophone Federation of Debate, he organizes events dedicated to public speaking and teaches eloquence to students. He is a regular contributor to the newspaper Les Echos where he decrypts political and media statements. He is a graduate of ESCP Europe and studied at the University of Washington (Seattle).”