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Lincoln on Communication
( LINC )

What if Abraham Lincoln could speak to you, your class, or your seminar on business communication and interpersonal communication?

Lincoln on Communication allows you to do the next best thing. The multi-media program brings to life Abraham Lincoln’s communication secrets, including the tactics and strategies that made him an effective writer, speaker, and interpersonal communicator.

With this program, you’ll

  • Uncover the communication techniques found in Abraham Lincoln's speeches and letters
  • Identify the communication strategies that reflect executive leadership
  • Develop interpersonal communication skills by analyzing Abraham Lincoln's leadership style
  • Give powerful presentations and write better letters by following Lincoln’s example

Developed by Dr. Gene Griessman, this highly-acclaimed communication program is ideal for the classroom or self-study—for students from middle school to college, from government to business.

60 minutes, DVD, performed before a live audience by Dr. Gene Griessman.

Includes DVD, Audio CD, and Study Guide

Price: $120.00
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