Is English your second (or third or fourth) language?

Do you get nervous when you have to make a business presentation to an English-speaking audience?

Is improving your presentation skills a critical part of your career development?

Are you responsible for the professional development of your company’s global leaders and teams?

Nonnative English speakers face unique challenges when trying to get their ideas across in a presentation. Tips of the Tongue: The Nonnative English Speaker’s Guide to Mastering Public Speaking helps global professionals improve their confidence, competence, and cultural comfort when presenting in English. Here you’ll find a wealth of tips, tricks, and techniques to help you deliver a presentation in English that is professional, persuasive, and powerful.




As a colleague of numerous talented scientists for whom English is not their native tongue, and as a professional committed to their career success, I find “Tips of the Tongue” to be a wonderful resource for them and for myself. For my colleagues, it provides practical guidance for the numerous sticky items that rightly make so many people anxious about public speaking. For myself, it is a reminder of how challenging it is to present effectively in a second language and thus reinforces my desire to help while giving advice that resonates with me. I strongly recommend it.

Michael Chaffers,
Director, Culture Reward & Talent

Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research,  Inc.

Presenting requires confidence; presenting in a second language takes that to a whole new level. This book is full of tips to boost the confidence of anyone who needs to persuade a Western, English-speaking audience, or for anyone who needs to present across cultures.
Darren Menabney,
Professor of Critical and Analytical Skills

Globis School of Management

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