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Thursday, December 13, 2012 11:00am - 12:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Robert Putnam, CEO, Putnam Communications and Ev Chasen, CEO, Foxwood Communications

As speechwriters for members of the President's Cabinet and corporate CEOs, Bob Putnam and Ev Chasen became masters of spirited rhetoric. They discovered even more tips and techniques while researching their recently published book, The Managers Communication Toolbox. Having served as faculty in courses and seminars for more than two decades, they've developed a lively and entertaining way of sharing their knowledge.

Attend this webcast to learn how to give more dynamic presentations, punchier pitches and energetic briefings - through the magic of word choice, body language and old fashioned drama.

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Robert Putnam
Robert Putnam

CEO, Putnam Communications

Robert R. (Bob) Putnam is CEO of Putnam Communications, specializing in speechwriting and communications training.  Bob has written speeches for four different members of the President’s Cabinet, as well as for several CEOs of national health care associations and a U.S. Senator. He has been an award-winning newspaper reporter, and has served as national communications chairman of the society of Federal medical agencies.


Ev Chasen
Ev Chasen

CEO, Foxwood Communications

Everett A. (Ev) Chasen is a partner in Foxwood Communications LLC, a communication consulting firm offering writing, mentoring, training, and communication planning services in the Washington, D.C. area. Ev is a former member of the Federal Senior Executive Service, with 35 years of government experience as a speechwriter, communications manager, and public affairs officer.


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