Bert Decker

Bert DeckerBert Decker is the founder and president of Decker Communications, a San Francisco-based communications training company. He has served as a media consultant for dozens of politicians including Robert Kennedy and Ed Muskie.Bert Decker's company trains over 10,000 professionals and executives each year, for corporate clients that include Lockeed, AT&T, Citibank and various others.

Bert Decker has been featured on ABC's 20/20" and in the Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Success, and Fortune. Bert is the author of several Nightingale-Conant programs including High Impact Communication and How To Speak With Confidence.

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by Bert Decker

How to Build Charisma, Credibility, and Trust
There’s a new breed of leaders among us, people whose great achievements seem almost predestined. And their personal power isn’t necessarily due to knowledge, intelligence, hard work, or expertise. They get ahead because they connect. The new leaders are communicators, men and women who can get their messages across effectively, powerfully, persuasively, and memorably. They know that magnetism is just another word for confidence and that charisma is something to be learned and used for achievement and wealth. Using real-life examples of the “Great Communicators” such as Norman Schwarzkopf, Jane Pauley, Lee Iacocca in action, takes you step by step through the process of how they do it and how you can strengthen your own audience appeal. Today’s Great Communicators understand that people buy on emotion and justify with fact. That silent messages are as effective as spoken ones. And that charisma isn’t something you’re born with; it’s something you must practice.You can quickly become a master of all of this — and more. By listening to and practicing the techniques, the persuasive force of the Great Communicators can be yours. Learn More

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