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“Paul Geiger teaches you how to get your point across with
power and panache.”

Al Pittampalli, author of Persuadable
Paul Geiger

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Paul Geiger is currently a Senior Associate Instructor at New York Speech Coaching in New York City. He specializes in effective business communications. Paul uses his training, his experience and, more importantly, his intuition to figure out the key action steps that work for each individual client. He has spent most of his life developing consistent approaches that work for so many difficult business communications scenarios. Paul is a regular contributor to the website: Vocal Articles. Better Business Speech is his first book.


About Better Business Speech

In a business world where we are told that time is money, the real currency is communicating clearly at a poised and measured pace. Better Business Speech: Techniques, Tricks, and Shortcuts for Public Speaking at Work by Paul Geiger focuses on the challenges of being a strong communicator in a range of business settings. It begins with the basic premise that all speaking for business is public speaking. Therefore, these are the communication scenarios where any lack of confidence in speech ability will be magnified.

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Really good speakers are wonderful to listen to. However, being intimidated by their ability can make it very difficult to interact with them. You begin by comparing your voice to theirs and to the voices of other people in the [...]

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Business Speech Tip:

“If you want to promote yourself and ideas, then don’t just show up for meetings and conference calls. Speak up.”

“Stand or even walk around during conference calls, whenever possible. It will positively affect your voice and energy level.”

“Your confidence and commitment affect people’s perception of you more than whether or not they agree with your point of view.”

“Individuals who know their subject matter backwards and forwards may forget the most important element: the listeners’ perspective.”

“Speech should always be a full body experience. When your body language aligns with your words, you’ll gain credibility.”

“Every meeting with superiors is an opportunity to clearly communicate and demonstrate your diligence, understanding, and commitment.”

“Facial expressions, gesturing, and eye contact don’t only support your message. Often, they are the message.”

“Don’t be dismayed if there’s a time delay in receiving a positive visual response. It may take a moment or two for your listeners to warm up to you.”

“Your superiors’ aggressive, passive-aggressive, submissive, or manipulative style may originate from their habits rather than their response to you.”

“Executive presence combines clear thoughts, confident body language, understanding meeting dynamics, and clear perspective on perceptions.”

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