Imrpove your end of any conversation with specific strategies and terrific tactics for communicating under pressure. If you have ever been caught off guard in a meeting, stumped by a query in a sales call, suffered an embarrassing silence in a job interview, or thought of the perfect rebuttal-- after the conversation, Thinking On Your Feet is your solution.A little bit of theory and a big dose of before and after examples make lively reading and simplify the process of buying time to find the appropriate response in pressure situations.This third edition of a little book that has been continuously in print for over 20 years includes a fresh Quick Guide, for instant help with your particular tight spot.Both one-to-one and small group situations give you the opportunity to shine--or stumble. Be certain you have the tips in mind to be the one shining.In business, in community affairs, at home--learn to think and speak on your feet, to respond appropriately and confidently, every time. Be certain that you can answer impressively, even if you don't know the answer. Polish your delivery so you can tackle tough questions head on. Learn to say 'It's none of your business' in socially acceptable terms and to say 'I don't know' while still being convincing. Develop good conversations with even difficult people.Job interviewing skills now take on added importance. This book helps you to understand the match-ups you need to make between the position and your experience and capabilities. You will be able to express those match-ups with confidence, improving (and sometimes guiding) the interview process. Be the candidate who hears, 'Congratulations.'Long time trainer, professional speaker, college prof and speech coach, Marian Woodall has more than 30 years' experience in helping others be more successful in all their communications. She guarantees that Thinking On Your Feet will enhance your communications too.