Saturday, January 13, 2007

speech coaching for entrepreneurs

Why should entrepreneurs have less communications help? The New York Times this week looked at free agents who've invested in speech coaches, public-speaking training or media training (the skills, while not identical, are transferable to many situations). The article notes:
Even though business owners may be experts in their fields, that does not automatically translate into being able to market themselves verbally. Many agree that speaking concisely — and in a compelling way — lends credibility. While poor communication skills are not necessarily deadly, they can make it more challenging to win over potential investors, prospective clients, employees and business partners.
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