It is not a lengthy theoretical treatise on communication. It is in ‘quick reference’ style about the non-verbal, ‘physicality’, body-language aspects of presenting: the chapters are deliberately short, to the point, and immediately useful in an everyday practical way, in preparation for your next presentation.
At the same time however, it provides depth for the detailed analysis, enhancement, and implementation of your own presenting techniques for the longer-term development of your professional presentations. Whilst it is about the ‘non-verbal’, my definition of non-verbal includes not just body-language but also encompasses other non-verbals such as: the physical space; preparation; rehearsal; and performance anxiety. All of which ultimately impact on both the verbal and non-verbal aspects of presenting.
Working through these chapters will help to enhance not only your presenting technique, but also your self-confidence and presence - enabling you to deliver a more comfortable, confident, clear, and credible, professional presentation. Enjoy it.