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Phillip Khan-Panni

Phillip Khan-Panni is a retired professional speaker and trainer, Fellow and co-Founder of the Professional Speaking Association and the author of 13 books, mostly on communication skills. Formerly Senior Copywriter at Reader’s Digest, London, and CEO of PKP Communicators, his career highs have included starting a Direct Marketing agency, MD of a magazine publisher and Express Newspapers’ most successful Classified Ad manager of all time, where he tripled revenue in under one year. He now lives with his wife Evelyn in Naas, just outside Dublin, Ireland, where he writes CVs for senior people and is active in Toastmasters International.

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Is this the way to get your point across?

Is this the way to get your point across? Let’s consider how some people communicate in public. Recently I have watched a number of American 'How To' videos on YouTube and noticed a common trend that...

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What's a moral compass? It is the set of principles and values that guide one’s behaviour. As a rule it is used to signify the presence or absence of morality and high standards. Sadly, it...

Are you different – do you stand out?

Are you different - do you stand out? In the increasingly competitive world we inhabit, it becomes even more important to stand out from the crowd. How can you achieve that? The first step may...

Really why give offence?

Really, why give offence? A man I know (let’s call him Freddy) had organised fund-raising events for his social club on an ad hoc basis for a couple of years, raising several thousands of pounds...

Do you make pictures when you speak?

Do you make pictures when you speak? Watching the Grand Prix on TV, I found myself getting confused from time to time because of the way the commentator was describing the action. Let me give you an example of the kind of thing he was saying (not an actual quote).

How to speak so others want to listen

How to speak so others want to listen. Don’t look at me in that tone of voice, it smells a funny colour. It’s a popular saying from way back, and it carries a lot more meaning...

It’s the way that you say it

It’s the way that you say it. Poor English is probably one of the most powerful and least suspected causes of lost business. It’s not just what you say, but the way that you say...

It depends on your attitude

It depends on your attitude. Having the right attitude is the key factor in almost all your endeavours. A negative attitude will usually lead to failure, while although a positive attitude may not always bring...

Who really cares about the consequences?

Who really cares about the consequences? At the age of 10 David Hahn was given The Golden Book of Chemistry Experiments. By the time he was 14 he had made nitroglycerin and caused an explosion at...

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