Practical and inspiring, this book is a valuable asset for women on the move seeking to drive change with #MeToo, Time's Up, Black Women Lead, Climate Action, She Should Run, Power to the Polls, and women's marches.
In The Well-Spoken Woman, author and top speech coach Christine K. Jahnke shared techniques to help women present their ideas effectively in any setting. This new follow-up is for women who are persisting, resisting, advocating, or running for office--and gives them the tools to be effective, persuasive, and powerful communicators.
The book takes Jahnke's direct experience working with women like Michelle Obama and the presidential campaign of Hillary Clinton and pairs it with the recent surge of women nationwide who are speaking up to drive social and political change. Jahnke--who has spent twenty-five years helping women leaders run for public office, push for gender and racial equality, and lobby for progressive causes--provides guidance and best practices to: rally support for a cause, make a persuasive pitch, campaign for public office, be a successful advocate, and motivate people to make positive change. The stirring speech by Oprah Winfrey at the 2018 Golden Globes is a perfect example of how learning and practicing public speaking techniques allow women to state their case in the most compelling way possible.
The Well-Spoken Woman Speaks Out will guide any woman who strives for her own persuasive and powerful Oprah moment, who wants to ensure that she is truly heard and understood, and who seeks to motivate and impact others.