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Meet Allison Shapira founder and CEO of Global Public Speaking LLC

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Speak with Impact: How to Command the Room and Influence Others

* Co-sponsored by the Harvard Kennedy School New England Alumni Council

Every day, you have an opportunity to use your voice to have a positive impact--at work or in your community. You can inspire and persuade your audience--or you can distract and put them to sleep.

Nervous, rambling robotic--these presentation styles can ruin a talk on even the most critical topics. And with each weak performance, career prospects dim.

To get ahead and make an impact, you need to deliver well-crafted messages with confidence and authenticity. You must sound as capable as you are.

Public speaking is a skill, not a talent. With the right guidance, anyone can be a powerful speaker. Learn to conquer fear, capture attention, motivate action, and take charge of your career with Speak with Impact. Written by an opera singer turned CEO, speaker, and executive communication coach, the book unravels the mysteries of commanding attention in any setting, professional or personal.


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Allison Shapira is founder and CEO of Global Public Speaking LLC. A former opera singer and TEDx speaker, she and her team deliver keynote speeches, workshops, and executive communication coaching for Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations around the world. Shapira is an adjunct lecturer at the Harvard Kennedy School, a member of the National Speakers Association, and was a finalist for 2017 Woman Business Owner of the Year by the National Association of Women Business Owners, San Diego chapter. She is also an internationally-renowned singer and songwriter. She lives in Washington, DC.




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