What To Say And When To Shut Up

What To Say And When To Shut Up


What to Say and When to Shut Up is a useful and interactive book on persuasive communication for corporates, students, entrepreneurs, and anybody who is looking to make a lasting impression on their audience. Through a practical AEIOU
Xtra E framework and examples from inspiring leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Malala Yousafzai, Steve Jobs, Martin Luther King, J.K. Rowling, among others, this book will help you become a persuasive communicator.

Rakesh Godhwani’s invaluable advice includes ways to:
• Motivate audiences to action
• Nail the interview for your dream job
• Make impressive business presentations
• Pitch to investors to raise money
• Sell a product to a client
• Negotiate a win-win
• Network professionally and socially
• Resolve conflicts


256 Pages | ISBN13 9788184006025
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Rakesh Godhwani
Rakesh Godhwani

Rakesh Godhwani calls himself a nobody. After spending amazing formative years in great organizations in the high-tech space like Wipro, Intel and Qualcomm-doing different roles in sales, product marketing and business development-Rakesh realized that his passion lay in helping others reach their maximum potential and fulfil their dreams.

Rakesh currently heads IIM Bangalore Alumni Association, coaches entrepreneurs and leaders in the hi-tech sector, teaches Managerial Communication and Communication for Leaders at IIM Bangalore, does yoga, cycles his way to work, earns a fraction of what he used to but lives a million times better. Rakesh's first book Plunnge was released in July, 2011. More details can be found on www.plunnge.com or www.facebook.com/plunnge. His second book Seek: Finding Your True Calling was published by Random House India in 2013.

He is an alumnus of KREC (now NITK) Surathkal, class of 1997 and of IIM Bangalore PGSEM, class of 2004. Rakesh is currently pursuing his PhD from Cardiff Metropolitan
University which is expected to finish in 2015.

You can follow his blog at rakeshgodhwani.wordpress.com.

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