Your kit includes:
- 60 Minute DVD and CD of the Soundtrack
- Memory cards
- Teacher’s/Trainer’s Guide (PDF)
- Discussion points and exercises
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Imagine having Abraham Lincoln speak directly to your class. This captivating video explains ten timeless principles of communication and leadership. Learn how Abraham Lincoln used these techniques to compose his inaugural addresses and his Gettysburg Address.
Gene Greissman, PhD, portrays Abraham Lincoln. Gene is a dynamic professional speaker, author and former college professor. He has performed on the stage of Ford’s Theatre and aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln. This riveting one-man portrayal will move your audience to tears and laughter.
This video will help you:
- Become a powerful communicator who can capture hearts and minds
- Understand and use Abraham Lincoln’s powerful form of simplicity
- Improve your leadership skills and ability
- Understand the driving forces that shaped Abraham Lincoln’s life and decisions during his presidency
- Discover the art of story telling in helping people understand your message
- Discover the history and background that made Lincoln one of the most effective Presidents in U.S. history
- Help you learn to write more effectively
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Every Single Minute is Captivating, Entertaining and Educational
[quote style=”boxed”]As a communications expert, I’ve seen hundreds of training videos that are designed to teach communications skills. Gene Griessman’s “Lincoln on Communications” is in a category by itself. Every single minute is captivating, entertaining and educational. Whether you’re 12 or 112, you’ll want to watch this multiple times. Learn something new every time you hit ‘play.’
Marilynn Mobley, “The Scoop On Media Interviews: How to be a Respected Resource Reporters and Producers Love”[/quote]
How would you feel if Abraham Lincoln could speak to your class or seminar, your course on business communication or interpersonal communication?
You’d be thrilled, of course. Now you can do the next best thing. By showing “Lincoln on Communication,” you will enable people to learn Lincoln’s communication secrets, the tactics and strategies that made him effective at interpersonal communication as well as a great writer and speech maker.
This communication program is ideal for the classroom—for students from middle school and high school to college, government, and business. It’s been acclaimed by communication experts and educators alike.
This communication program is also suitable for self-study—for people who want to improve just like Lincoln did.
Make a gift to your favorite school or university, give it to a friend, or add this great DVD to your collection. This is a color, multi-camera production filmed before a live audience. The presentation is strong on content and bright with anecdotes, illustrations, and humor. What’s wonderful about this package is it contains a DVD of the performance PLUS an audio CD that you can play in your car, office, or Discman.
The running time is 60 minutes, which makes it perfect for a training film. It comes with a helpful teacher/trainer guide written by Dr. Griessman, which includes discussion points and exercises.
About Gene Griessman
Dr. Gene Griessman is an internationally known public speaker, author, actor, and consultant. He has spoken at conventions and annual meetings and conducted seminars all over the world. As actor and playwright, he has performed his one-man play on Abraham Lincoln at Ford’s Theatre and before large audiences at the Georgia Dome and the Ice Palace. He has conducted exclusive interviews with U.S. Presidents, famous actors, sports figures, business leaders, and Nobel Laureates
He is the Winner of the Benjamin Franklin Award and the Kay Herman Legacy Award, he often appears on television and radio, and his award-winning productions have aired on WCNN and on TBS. He is a member of the Television Academy of Arts & Sciences.
Dr. Griessman has taught at the College of William and Mary, North Carolina State University, Auburn University, Tuskegee University, and Georgia Tech. He has served as Fulbright professor at the University of Islamabad in Pakistan, as consultant at the National Agrarian University of Peru, and as a visiting researcher at the University of New South Wales in Australia.