Sharpening Your Point

Winning the Battle of Communication Efficiency

Leesa Wallace & Kathy McAfee

Many professionals feel the need to provide too much information when they speak—at meetings, during updates with their managers, or trying to get a simple point across.  Authors Leesa Wallace and Kathy McAfee call people like this “Wild Bores,” and they have a proven method for helping you tame them.  How?  Be brief.  Be brilliant.  Be done.

That’s easier said than done.  In this concise, practical, and engaging book, they share how to deliver information that is “just enough,” not “just in case.” The step-by-step instructions are clear, entertaining and, best of all, practical.  The activities, tools, and examples will help any professional be clear, concise, and compelling.  

About the Author

Kathy McAfee

Kathy McAfee an executive presentation coach and professional speaker, and is known as America’s Marketing Motivator. She works with organizations who want to develop stronger, more diverse pipelines of future leaders, and with consultants and independent professionals who want to become outstanding in their chosen fields. Her areas of expertise include communication, networking, and personal branding. She is the author of four business books, and an award-winning blog.

About the Author

Leesa Wallace

Leesa is a master at leadership development and learning strategy. She builds better leaders and has a proven method for doing that—in retail, manufacturing, financial services, professional services, pharma, startups, and nonprofits. She does this by staying true to her core mission of comforting the disturbed and disturbing the comfortable. 

She’s unapologetically practical and has a focus on bringing practical, realistic, integrated approaches to help elevate individual, team, and organizational performance. She connects the dots between business goals and employee behavior by bringing an ability to work at all levels in an organization and “meet people where they are.”